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Hear how small-size systems can provide large-scale diversion of food waste.

The Montgomery County Environmental Working Group will be meeting on Tuesday March 1, at 9:30 am. Loop Closing’s CEO and Founder Jeffrey Neal will be giving a brief presentation on how food waste and climate change intersect. He will be directly speaking on the subject of how small-size systems can make a big impact on food waste, while remaining sustainable, equitable, and cost efficient. You can register for this event by clicking this link:


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