The windy city rubs out rodents

May 1998
World Wastes;May98, Vol. 41 Issue 5, p14
Trade Publication
Reports that Chicago, Illinois mayor Richard M. Daley has encouraged restaurants and other businesses that generate high volumes of food waste to invest in garbage compactors as a way to control rodents. Deprivation of their potential source of nourishment; Effect of compactors on trash pickups; Savings from a disposal system that breaks down discarded food.


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