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February 12, 2014
Stephan Martinez, owner of Le Petit Choiseuil bistrot, poses with a garbage container to collect food...
Paris, France
Stephan Martinez, owner of Le Petit Choiseuil bistrot, poses with a garbage container to collect food...
Stephan Martinez, owner of Le Petit Choiseuil bistrot, poses with a garbage container to collect food waste in Paris February 12, 2014. A group of Paris restaurants is turning food scraps into biogas and compost ahead of a new law that will force thousands of French food outlets to recycle their organic waste. Some 80 restaurants, caterers and hotels, signed up for a pilot project to collect their food waste, which is used to generate biogas and produce electricity and heat, as well as compost for farms around Paris. Martinez, who took the initiative for the project, said the collection anticipates the law but that participating restaurants are happy that someone collects their waste and puts it to good use. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: FOOD ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ENERGY)
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