New York, NY (PRWEB) April 17, 2013
OWARECO, LLC (Organic Waste Reduction and Conversion), a minority owned and operated small business, is committed to introducing the “Green Technology” of the EcoVim Systems to effectively address the growing challenge of food waste in the U.S. OWARECO, LLC will be an exhibitor and speaker at the Food Waste’s Shocking Truths: Hunger, Business and YOU symposium hosted by Columbia Business School’s Alumni Club of New York on Thursday, April 18, 2013. The event panelists will look at local policymaking, grassroots activism, and corporate social responsibility examining ways to reduce waste, make donations, and innovate with new business models to increase efficiency in our food system. This event is part of the MAKING GREEN FROM GREEN series.
To highlight the innovative EcoVim System technology, OWARECO, LLC will kick off its Be OWARE! ™ campaign at the event. The Be OWARE!™ campaign is an educational initiative to increase owareness™ of the value and importance of promoting sustainable choices to protect our environment and its precious resources and inform large producers of food waste (businesses, institutions, hospitals, schools and colleges) and consumers of the environmentally sustainable options available to reduce food waste.
The EcoVim Systems reduce solid food waste volume by 85% to 93% and converts it into two by-products: a dry, sterile bio-mass that can be used as a nutrient-rich soil amendment, and potable water. The proprietary technology of the EcoVim Systems does this within a 24 hour or less cycle and without any added water, chemicals, enzymes, wood chips. The unique EcoVim Systems provide a powerful NET Zero Waste solution that produces no negative environmental impact and decreases the user’s carbon footprint.
OWARECO, LLC is an official independent distributor of Integrated Veteran Services, LLC and Enic Inc., the manufacturer of the EcoVim Systems.
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