Legislation introduced in New Jersey aims to require certain parties to separate and recycle food waste. It also aims to expand the definition of Class I renewables to include electricity generated from methane produced through food waste processing. The bill, A2371, was introduced in the New Jersey Assembly on Jan. 27. The bill would require certain large food waste generators to source separate food waste from other solid waste and send that material to an authorized food waste recycling facility that has available capacity and will accept it. More >>