Bagez Waste Sorting System

Dual waste bin with lid

Food Waste Recycling WithoutA Green Bin

Why Compost ?

Food waste recycling is a valuable resource. Did you know that organic waste recycling produces nutrient-rich soil, power, biogas & jobs?

If You’re tired:

  • Throwing food waste in the trash
  • Waiting on a curbside program
  • Don’t have an organics collection
The BagEZ waste collection system is made to help your community go green

Want A Curbside Composting Program

Keeping food waste out of landfills is vital. Food waste recycling carts are expensive and occupy space. Having cost-effective, sustainable waste management assists in separating food waste while using the existing systems in place provides benefits with lowered costs.

The BagEZ food waste sorting system provides an immediate, measurable, solution for food waste recycling.

Composting Made Simple

Make Bins Do More

Stop organics from getting mixed with garbage or recycling bins
Food waste recycling system BagEZ trash bag holder

Easily Sort Waste

BagEZ holds bags open to make Food waste recycling possible

Win With Teamwork

Your waste hauler Picks out your uniquely colored organic bags 

Why Food Waste Recycling

Improving is in our nature

46.7% of food items we buy we waste. Without a compost program, your scraps end up in landfills causing greenhouse gas

Compostable Vs plastic Bags

Compostable Vs plastic Bags Food waste diversion is the priority. Your location controls which bag has the lowest carbon footprint. However, compostable bags in digestors leave the lowest waste residue when compared to plastic bags that get landfilled

Food Waste Recycling Simplified

Simple Easy Process Communication Is Key

Connect with recycler. Agree on the type & color of bag to use for Food waste recycling. Inform community to build awareness

Split Container Dual Waste Receptacle

Clip on & hang bag in bin Discard all food waste into bag Keep all yucky waste isolated and avoid contact with Trash can

Normal Bin Function Use Your Bin Like Normal

Recyclers want trash to be loose Throw all non-organic waste through the large opening & use your bin exactly as you do

Keep Solutions Simple

Food Waste Recycling: Benefits and Challenges

Food waste a global problem has an environmental, social, and economic impact. The Food & Agriculture Organization (FAO), says that about one-third of the food made for human consumption gets lost or wasted, equaling to 1.3 billion tonnes annually. This waste represents a missed opportunity to feed the hungry. It contributes to greenhouse gas emissions, land degradation, water pollution, and biodiversity loss.

One of the potential solutions to reduce food waste and its adverse effects is to recycle food waste. Food waste diversion helps transforms organics into valuable products, such as compost, biogas, animal feed, or biofuels. Food waste separation can offer multiple benefits, such as:

  • Reducing greenhouse gas emissions: Food waste diversion prevents methane emission, a potent greenhouse gas, from landfills and incinerators. It can also displace the use of fossil fuels by producing renewable energy from biogas or biofuels.
  • Improving soil health and fertility: Composting Food waste produces a natural fertilizer that can enhance soil quality, structure, and water retention. Compost can also increase crop yields and reduce the need for chemical fertilizers and pesticides.
  • Saving resources and money: Recycling Food waste can conserve water, energy, and land resources used to produce food. It can also generate income and savings for households, businesses, and governments by reducing disposal costs and creating new markets and jobs.

However, recycling food waste also faces some challenges, such as:

  • Lack of awareness and incentives: Many people need to know the benefits and opportunities of food waste recycling or need more motivation and means to participate. Education, communication, and engagement are required to raise awareness and change behaviors. Policies, regulations, and incentives are also needed to encourage and support the circular economy initiatives.
  • Technical and logistical barriers: Recycling food waste requires appropriate technologies, infrastructure, and systems to collect, sort, transport, and process food waste. These can be costly, complex, and difficult to implement and maintain. There is a need for more research, innovation, and collaboration to overcome these barriers and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of food waste recycling.

Food waste diversion is a promising strategy to address the food waste challenge and create a more sustainable and circular food system. However, it requires the involvement and cooperation of all stakeholders, from producers to consumers and from public to private sectors. By working together, and incorporating the correct tools we can recycle food waste with success.


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