Management of food waste takes off


To help with the separation process, each outlet at Central i-City mall is provided with a white bucket. Trolleys come by twice daily at 10am and 6pm for collection.

A NEW shopping centre in Shah Alam is collecting food waste from their food and beverage tenants and sending them to a farm that breeds black soldier flies to be recycled into animal feed and plant fertiliser.

Central i-City mall is using a different approach in managing food waste to overcome leachate problems.

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