We are excited to bring this new service to local municipalities, schools, cafeterias and other large generators of food waste.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) November 08, 2011
Viridiun, a leading provider of food recycling services, is pleased to announce that due to market demand, they are expanding both their services in two key markets this quarter.
Viridiun has been offering organics pick up, hauling and recycling for grocers since early 2010. Their programs are in high demand and the industry leader now serves several grocers. In the fourth quarter of 2011 they will continue to offer organic, source-separated, recycling services but will add the additional service of removing food waste and compostable products for the Columbus, Ohio and Atlanta, Georgia metro areas.
“We are excited to bring this new service to local municipalities, schools, cafeterias and other large generators of food waste,” offered Harold Earls, Business Development at Viridiun. “It is a program that many of our customers have requested; it will fill a real void in the market.”
The new service will be a huge benefit for those organizations who take advantage of it. They will be able to get pick up, hauling, and recycling for all types of food waste, giving a boost to their individual green goals.
“Our team believes that food waste recycling is the next phase of true corporate sustainability,” said Rhett Marlow, co-founder of Viridiun. “We are exploring how restaurants and even residential pick up can be viable options in our complement of recycling services.”
Viridiun is the partner of choice for many familiar national and regional banners and has enjoyed steady growth since its establishment in 2010. Today, the industry giant recycles almost three million pounds of organic by products per week. Their team has a long history of delivering robust solutions within the recycling industry. With a deep experience in process improvement, supply chain development and compliance management Viridiun is able to enhance the entire sustainable process value stream from collection through processing to reuse. For more information, please visit http://www.viridiun.com.