SOURCE: Infinity Resources Holdings Group
FRISCO, TX--(Marketwired - Sep 25, 2013) - Quest Resource Management Group, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Infinity Resources Holdings Corp. (OTCQB: IRHC), announced today that Chief Executive Officer Brian Dick underscored the economic benefits of food waste recycling at a regional recycling conference. Mr. Dick was a speaker at the 2013 Arkansas Recycling Coalition, held September 24 in Eureka, AR.
Mr. Dick, discussing the evolution of food waste recycling in the US, encouraged the coalition participants to jump aboard the food waste recycling "revolution" now spreading across the country.
"It is an honor for Quest to be a catalyst organization and part of the changes in recycling for the state of Arkansas and to participate in this important event," Mr. Dick said. "We are at a tipping point in the industry when recycling food waste is not only the right environmental solution, but is becoming a better economic proposition than landfilling it."
Mr. Dick noted that it takes an average of 30 years for food waste to break down into stable compounds in an average landfill while, in comparison, a well-run composter will complete the job is as little as a few weeks.
Quest is at the forefront of food waste recycling, working with the largest retailers to recycle over 800 million pounds of food waste in 2012 alone. Click here to view Quest's presentation.
Quest Resource Management is a full service environmental consulting and management company, headquartered in Frisco, Texas. Quest helps Fortune 500 companies to maximize profits and mitigate risks, while minimizing their ecological footprints. Quest clients span across all key industry segments, including food services, hospitality, healthcare, manufacturing, construction, automotive aftermarket and fleet industries. Quest Resource Management Group provides North American clients with comprehensive sustainability programs, innovative recycling solutions and proven environmental protection.
Quest prides itself in delivering targeted solutions exclusively tailored to the needs of each respective client. Quest also offers Return on Investment (ROI) and Return on Sustainability (ROS) based road maps to help clients design actionable programs for managing RFPs, defining operational protocols, creating and implementing training programs, and defining best practices. Quest's Sustainability Intelligence Dashboard helps clients improve decision making by extracting greater insights through unsurpassed business intelligence.
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