A local Chicago restaurant, Sandwich Me In, has created zero waste in two years. Technically, the shop accumulated eight gallons of garbage in the two-year span, but a local artist asked for the waste to build a sculpture, making the operation a zero-waste establishment.
The achieve took great effort and diligence from the staff and owner Justin Vrany, who brought the shop’s trash back to his home for sorting and recycling or composting.
This initiative begs the question: how much waste is in an average pizzeria and could a pizzeria go trash-free?
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