Zero-Waste Project

Read on the Pace University Undergraduate Research blog: Zero-Waste Research

By: Carly Sheinberg ’19

My summer research, supervised by Dr. DuPuis, was focused on the state of food waste management in urban and suburban areas. The goal is to identify the barriers to properly managing food waste and achieving zero-waste goals. We identified the main players in food waste collection, food waste recycling (composting), and some sources of food waste production. Read the full article here.

Article reposted from Pace University’s Undergraduate Research blog.

Carly Sheinberg

Carly Sheinberg

Environmental Studies Student

Carly Sheinberg is pursuing a BA in Environmental Studies at Pace University.

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