Cleveland Browns, CFAES kick off recycling of football fans’ food waste

football closeupOK, so the Cleveland Browns lost their game yesterday. But they also kicked off a project that should be a long-term winner. The team is partnering with CFAES, quasar energy group and others to recycle 3.5 tons of food waste per game at the Browns’ home field, FirstEnergy Stadium. The material will be processed in a quasar anaerobic digester and turned into biogas for producing electricity. Read more in the Columbus Dispatch and Cleveland Plain Dealer. (Photo by Ron Almog via Wikimedia Commons.)

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