The Disneyland Resort has introduced new food waste bins to help reduce waste sent to landfills.
- The Walt Disney Company has set a goal to achieve zero waste to landfills by 2030, and to help with the commitment, the Disneyland Resort has started a pilot to help reduce food waste with new bins located next to the traditional landfill and recycling bins over by Galactic Grill in Tomorrowland.
- The resort has been recovering food scraps since 2014 mostly throughout food and beverage locations, and now Guests will be able to help reduce waste as well with the new bins.
- Guests will be asked to sort their waste and dispose of leftover food into the food waste bins, which will be sent to a third-party vendor to be converted into feed nutrients for farm animals.
- You can learn more about The Walt Disney Company’s 2030 environmental goals here.
What They’re Saying:
- Lotus Thai, environmental integration manager: "It's our responsibility to create immersive experiences and happiness for our guests, but to do so in an environmentally sustainable way. We have a responsibility to do and be better for our cast members, our guests, our community and future generations."
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