LeanPath has won a MRW National Recycling Award in the category of efficiency.
The UK-based awards program aims to recognize and celebrate best practice and innovation in recycling and waste management.
Judges said that LeanPath "tackles one of the most difficult categories of waste in a sector which is a tough space to operate in. It can be rolled out to more organisations and has shown how it can drive large scale efficiencies."
Andrea Lockerbie, Associate Editor of MRW said: “This year’s winners showcase the innovation and creative thinking being applied by those who are leading the way in the field of resource and waste management. There is a lot that others can learn from them.”
"This award recognizes the substantial efficiency gains that LeanPath brings to global kitchens," said LeanPath VP of Food Waste Prevention Steven Finn. "By consistently tracking all food waste transactions with our suite of innovative tools, we empower culinary organizations to measure and analyze their food waste, and then make the necessary operational changes to prevent its recurrence in the future. These efficiency gains result in triple bottom line impact -- allowing responsible organizations to save money, reduce environmental harm, and inspire their people while helping to build a more sustainable food system."