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Many people are aware of how to reduce, reuse, and recycle in Atlanta. There is a fourth “R” that can help you reduce your environmental impact, waste production, and waste disposal costs, however. The fourth “R” stands for rot, which is the process by which households can turn food waste and byproducts into composting for their home’s garden.

Watch this video to learn more about the four R’s of recycling. When you commit to reducing your use of wasteful products, reusing non-recyclable materials, recycling useful materials, and composting household food waste, you can have a very positive effect on the environment. You will be doing your part to decrease global warming, reduce the production of new materials, lower greenhouse gas emissions, and limit your carbon footprint and environmental impact.