Back to the future? CBS News Says Maybe
Sacramento is at the forefront of the movement known as “closing the loop.”
Food is grown locally, it feeds the community and then the organic food waste is converted into renewable energy — from farm to fork to fuel.
Recently CBS News Ch 10 in northern California ran a feature in their innovation series by journalist Siemny Cchuon about the transportation fuel side of the food waste to RNG project CleanWorld built in the Farm to Fork Capital of the World.
Find out how Sacramento has become the birthplace of the innovation solution in clean technology for how to cost-effectively and sustainably recycle the world’s food waste stream.