VANCOUVER Wash. The Holland Inc. said its 39-unit Burgerville quick-service chain would expand its pilot composting and recycling program systemwide by next year. Currently, 34 Burgervilles are participating in a recycling program and eight are involved in a prototype program that incorporates both recycling and composting.The recycling and composting program will “redirect” 85 percent of restaurant-generated waste, Burgerville’s parent company said.“We all must take responsibility ...
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