Residential Food Waste Reduction Tools

Residential avoidable food waste is the result of over-purchasing and not using fresh food before spoiling. Residents could use several tools to reduce their food waste.

 B.C. Ministry of Environment is working with the USEPA in the Food: too Good to Waste challenge to promote food waste reduction. Regional Districts or the public can use the following toolkit produced by the USEPA for food waste reduction pilot projects implementations or simply for their own residential food waste reduction.  

Other Foodwaste tools and discussion examples from around the world: