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Waste Deep

  • Aired: 02/14/2012
  • Rating: NR
Just outside of Atlantic City, New Jersey, Rick Dovey presides over the highest point in the county – the local landfill. Dovey explains how the way we handle food trash has changed over the past 50 years – and not for the better. Across the country, food waste is the single largest component of municipal waste.
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The consequences of food waste.
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