RESIDENTIAL FOOD WASTE PICKUP

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(413) 650-2076

Food and yard waste comprise about a third of the waste Americans throw away in landfills, and is in fact the largest solid waste contributor to landfills. Food scraps in landfills produce methane, a gas with 25 times the global warming potential than carbon dioxide.

Since our inception, Unblemished’s motto is to enhance the positive environmental impacts through eco-friendly waste management. Our services include managing and hauling any and all recyclable waste, and repurpose them for industries in need of resources. We believe in creating a healthier and happier environment for our community by eliminating the amount of waste decomposing in landfills. In Massachusetts food waste is the larges material in landfills.

WE RECYCLE FOOD WASTE

WE’RE MORE THAN CLEANING. IT’S A WAY OF LIFE.

413.650.2076

www.Unblemishedllc.com

Americans waste almost
one pound of food, per person, per day.

We are now offering
FOOD WASTE RECYCLING

How much food is wasted in America?

Just how much food do Americans waste? Here’s some “food” for thought: While the world wastes about 1.4 billion tons of food every year, the United States discards more food than any other country in the world: nearly 40 million tons — 80 billion pounds — every year. That’s estimated to be 30-40 percent of the entire US food supply, and equates to 219 pounds of waste per person. That’s like every person in America throwing more than 650 average sized apples right into the garbage — or rather right into landfills, as most discarded food ends up there. In fact, food is the single largest component taking up space inside US landfills, making up 22 percent of municipal solid waste (MSW).

Before COVID-19, it was estimated 35 million people across America — including 10 million children — suffered from food insecurity. That number is expected to increase to as much as 50 million people in 2021 due to the employment drop and financial fallout from the pandemic.

More than 80 percent of Americans discard perfectly good, consumable food simply because they misunderstand expiration labels. Labels like “sell by”, “use by”, “expires on”, “best before” or “best by” are confusing to people — and in an effort to not risk the potential of a foodborne illness, they’ll toss it in the garbage.

We’re more than cleaning. It’s a way of life.

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$18 A MONTH

PAY ANNUALLY + GET 1 MONTH FREE!
$198 PER YEAR

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We offer monthly and annual payment options for our weekly composting pickup.  Monthly clients are billed automatically on a monthly basis or opt to pay annually to receive one month free!   Service can be cancelled or transferred to a new address at any time throughout the year and covers collection of 1, 5 gallon bucket.