Waste Reduction with a Real ROI

Post consumer waste reduction pays real dividends for St. John Medical Center foodservices.

At St. John Medical Center, a Tulsa, OK-based 600-bed acute care hospital, a program to reduce the use of foam disposables is generating $120,000 a year in savings for its food and nutrition services department while also reducing foodservice retail trash volume by close to 75 percent.

“Over the past five years  St. John’s, like most acute care institutions, has put a lot of emphasis on cost containment,” says Janet Potts, FSD for the organization. &

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