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UK’s first ever bus to run on human and food waste launched

UK’s first ever bus to run on human and food waste launched

19-11-2014 | The UK’s first ever bus powered on food waste and human poo has taken to the road today which engineers believe could provide a sustainable way of fuelling public transport – cutting emissions in polluted towns and cities. ...

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Successful FUSIONS platform meeting; creating impact to prevent food waste

Successful FUSIONS platform meeting; creating impact to prevent food waste

10-11-2014 | On 30 and 31 October FUSIONS organized an interactive meeting on how to create impact to prevent food waste. Over 130 people from various stakeholder groups in the Food Supply Chain gathered to discuss on the outcomes and ...

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Launch of the Community of Practice on Food loss reduction at CFS side event

Launch of the Community of Practice on Food loss reduction at CFS side event

24-10-2014 | Attempts to reduce food losses and waste, which account for one third of food produced for human consumption, have received a boost through a new online platform that brings together for the first time a range of resources and ...

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30-31 October | FUSIONS platform meeting in Brussels

30-31 October | FUSIONS platform meeting in Brussels

27-10-2014 | FUSIONS has amongst its objectives to establish appropriate multi-stakeholder platforms on European, regional and national levels based on existing and new infrastructures, to facilitate discussion between key stakeholders in the food chain, to build consensus and to develop ...

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24 September – London | Food Waste Conference

24 September – London | Food Waste Conference

16-9-2014 | The CIEH and IFSIP, in association with WRAP, present a food event not to be missed! The Food Waste Conference will cover the latest knowledge, developments and solutions for food waste and explore innovative ways to reduce, reuse ...

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14-17 October 2014 | Postharvest Technology course

14-17 October 2014 | Postharvest Technology course

11-02-2014 | 35% of all harvested crops is lost during storage and distribution. In developing countries, most of these losses occur during distribution, whilst in developed countries significant losses occur once the product reaches the consumer. Experts say postharvest losses could feed ...

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