Becoming 100% Compostable, for Terry Geracia

June 2011
FoodService Director;6/15/2011, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p18
Trade Publication
An interview with Terry Geracia, executive chef for Parkhurst Dining Services at Medrad based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, about becoming 100% compostable and how the Earth Day event completed this process, is presented. He discusses how the concept to become 100% compostable occurred. He mentions some of the steps that were taken to reach the objective of the customers. He also offers a piece of advice to other operators who might want to implement such an initiative.


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