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Charles Vigliotti Honored at CCE's Environmental Equinox Awards Gala

American Organic Energy's cutting edge anaerobic digester facility is expected to be completed in 2023.

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Food Scraps Law Mandates NY Businesses Donate or Compost

As global food waste soars, local initiatives take effect to mitigate climate change and food insecurity in the New York metro area.

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NYC Curbside Composting Makes a Comeback

After pausing during the coronavirus pandemic, New York City’s curbside composting program is set to return—yet hurdles remain.

Dirty dishes in a cafeteria storage rack American Organic Energy Anaerobic Digester October 06, 2021 4 minute read

How to Cut Back on Food Waste in the Cafeteria

Common sense measures such as auditing meal programs, modifying menus, redistributing uneaten items, and composting and recycling leftovers can help reduce cafeteria food waste and lessen the impact of schools on the environment.

Top view of food waste from fruits and vegetables in the garbage bag on a wooden table Anaerobic Digester September 08, 2021 3 minute read

New Global Food Waste Figures Underscore Need for Immediate Action

New data suggests global food waste is far greater than previous estimates, necessitating an urgent response to curb greenhouse gases.

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Supermarkets & Restaurant Industry Step Up Efforts to Address Food Waste

The food waste epidemic is wasting valuable resources and contributing to greenhouse gas emissions. Supermarkets and restaurants are stepping up their efforts to combat the problem by reducing waste.

wasted food in garbage Anaerobic Digester April 07, 2021 4 minute read

NYC’s Proactive Role in Reducing Food Waste

New York City aims to fight hunger, reduce food waste, and combat global warming through new initiatives and laws.

person tossing a banana peel into a garbage filled with food waste Anaerobic Digester January 13, 2021 3 minute read

Collaboration Is Key to Cutting Food Waste

Joint efforts between key players in the farming, distribution, retail and consumer industries are imperative to tackle the growing issue of global food waste.

food waste on land Anaerobic Digester October 21, 2020 4 minute read

Reducing Food Waste Key to Environmental Sustainability

Food waste has become a global emergency requiring a collaborative solution to effectively reinforce food security and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Anaerobic Digester October 05, 2020 3 minute read

American Organic Energy CEO Charles Vigliotti Featured on 'Waste on Wednesdays'

American Organic Energy President and CEO Charles Vigliotti recently sat down to discuss the latest developments in the company's plan to break ground on a cutting-edge anaerobic digester by year's end.

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Going Green With Anaerobic Digestion

Anaerobic digestion may be a key weapon in the battle against climate change, as the world seeks green recovery protocols amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Anaerobic Digester June 30, 2020 1 minute read

Charles Vigliotti Appears on 'Grow for Good™' Podcast

AOE CEO Charles Vigliotti recently sat down with Jed Morey on the latest installment of Morey Creative Studios' Grow for Good™ podcast to discuss American Organic Energy's mission to transform organic waste disposal in the New York metropolitan region through its cutting edge anaerobic digester project.

Woman throwing fruits and vegetables into trash bin Anaerobic Digester May 27, 2020 4 minute read

Cut Down on Food Waste During COVID-19

Reducing organic food waste has become even more vital during the novel coronavirus pandemic, as disruptions in food supply has resulted in excess produce overrunning local landfills.