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MassDEP, U.S. EPA Region 1, and RecyclingWorks in Massachusetts present the:

Massachusetts Commercial Food Waste Vendor Fair:

“Everything you need to divert food waste from your waste stream”

Attendees will have a chance to connect with a wide range of vendors, including haulers, compostable product vendors, food donation and rescue organizations, and onsite organic waste reduction technologies.  RecyclingWorks experts will be available for one-on-one Q&A sessions, and presentations on the commercial organics waste ban and best management practices for commercial food waste separation will be offeredthroughout the day.

When:   Thursday, June 12th, 2014

Where:  Sheraton Framingham Hotel & Conference Center

1657 Worcester Road

Framingham, MA 01701

Time:  Doors will be open from 9:00 AM—2:00 PM.  This is an open door event with no registration fee for attendees.

Who Should Attend: Restaurants, Hospitals, Colleges & Universities, Property Managers, Dining Services Contractors, Food Processors/Manufacturers, Supermarkets, Businesses, Facilities Managers and Other Organizations Who Generate large amounts of food waste.

For more information on attending or exhibiting at this event, please contact Hannah Blackmer at or (413) 586-7350 x 240

Official invitation coming soon!


Join us

for this excellent opportunity to learn more about the Massachusetts commercial organic waste ban, discover new options for reducing food waste and diverting it from disposal, and learn more about starting or improving your own organics management program with RecyclingWorks experts.

What is WasteWise?

WasteWise is a free, voluntary program that helps organizations reduce costly solid waste, benefitting their bottom line and the environment. It’s flexible and allows members to custom design waste reduction programs to fit their needs. EPA WasteWise is working with the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) to provide more assistance to Massachusetts organizations. For more information on the WasteWise Program visit