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South Korea recycles food waste in effort to become zero-waste society

Posted on: March 18, 2020

Source: Hunter College New York City Food Policy Center

South Korea has made several legislative efforts to reduce food waste. Most recently, in 2013, a law was established requiring food waste to be discarded in biodegradable bags, and a fee is charged based on the weight of the waste.


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