Beer brewer Boris Yeung collects spent grains at Little Creatures Brewing in Kennedy Town, Hong Kong. Since last summer the microbrewery has been sending the discarded grain to Hong Kong Community Composting. Photo: Jonathan Wong Beer brewer Boris Yeung collects spent grains at Little Creatures Brewing in Kennedy Town, Hong Kong. Since last summer the microbrewery has been sending the discarded grain to Hong Kong Community Composting. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Beer brewer Boris Yeung collects spent grains at Little Creatures Brewing in Kennedy Town, Hong Kong. Since last summer the microbrewery has been sending the discarded grain to Hong Kong Community Composting. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Group turning food waste into compost wants to cut down on landfill and make Hong Kong more self-sufficient

  • Three friends who founded Hong Kong Community Composting want to reduce the more than 3,500 tonnes of food waste the city send to landfills every day
  • For HK$110 (US$14) a month, subscribers can deposit their leftovers in special bins, which is collected and turned into compost and biogas

Topic |   Food and agriculture
Beer brewer Boris Yeung collects spent grains at Little Creatures Brewing in Kennedy Town, Hong Kong. Since last summer the microbrewery has been sending the discarded grain to Hong Kong Community Composting. Photo: Jonathan Wong Beer brewer Boris Yeung collects spent grains at Little Creatures Brewing in Kennedy Town, Hong Kong. Since last summer the microbrewery has been sending the discarded grain to Hong Kong Community Composting. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Beer brewer Boris Yeung collects spent grains at Little Creatures Brewing in Kennedy Town, Hong Kong. Since last summer the microbrewery has been sending the discarded grain to Hong Kong Community Composting. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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