Zero Waste Space to Expand at Ohio State Fair

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REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio — Reduce. Renew. Compost.

Ohio State Fairgoers are encouraged to participate in going green once again this year by learning best practices on recycling and composting.

The Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) and its partners, Ohio EPA, Ohio Corn and Wheat, and Kroger are pleased to announce the Zero Waste Space is back for its second year. The program, housed in the Taste of Ohio Café, is aimed at educating Ohioans and visitors on waste prevention, composting, and conserving resources.

“Ohio farmers make sure nothing goes to waste,” said ODA Director Brian Baldridge. “The Zero Waste Space initiative can turn leftovers into a useful, nutrient-rich product that will help our state go green and stay clean.”

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