Wellington’s Kaicycle is supporting the shift to sustainable food systems with urban food waste recycling. They use bikes to collect organic waste from homes and businesses, compost it, and use that compost to grow food. Half of that food is given away to organisations such as Kaibosh.
It is inspiring to see sustainability embedded in their business model. Their bikes make their operation carbon neutral, they reduce organic waste going to landfills, and grow food to provide better access for those in need.
Here is a Radio New Zealand interview about Kaicycle.
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A great initiative and I hope it turns out well for them.
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