SANDY, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) – Americans produce over 200 million tons of trash every year. That’s enough to fill a major league football stadium twice a day. But a solution has come from a Made4Utah company: Ecoscraps.
EcoScraps has developed a “closed-loop” waste solution by turning food waste from restaurants and grocery stores into organic compost and other garden products, and then selling it back to stores to sell in their gardening departments. California is one of four states producing EcoScraps’ nutrient-rich organic gardening products; they are sold at Home Depot, [...]
EcoScraps, a provider of organic, chemical- and manure-free lawn and garden products, recently announced that its sustainable, 100 percent organic, potting soil is now available at more than 1,700 Target stores nationwide, according to a news release. This marks the first time that EcoScraps will appear on the shelves of a major retailer at the [...]
Spectrum Engineers, Salt Lake City, has announced that Matthew Tibbs has joined the firm as a principal mechanical engineer. He has more than two decades of experience in areas that include consulting, design and the engineering of municipal and industrial projects. Also, company controller Eric Wright has been named the National Association of Credit Management’s [...]
An innovative start-up is providing a way for grocery stores to compost their organic waste and then resell it as organic potting soil and fertilizer. EcoScraps, operating for just three years, just signed its first national deal, with Target, which will carry the potting oil in 1700 stores across the US.