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The choice of waste minimization methods will depend on many factors. These include the quantity and type of food discards, availability of space for on-site recovery, existence of haulers and/or end users for off-site recovery, and program costs. Food-discard-recovery methods include making donations, processing this waste into animal feed, rendering, and composting. Off-site methods involve food-discard generators, haulers, and end users. The following is a list of diversion options for their food waste in preferred order of implementation:
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