Darling Ingredients has been announced as one of the 50 Sustainability and Climate Leaders by Bloomberg and TBD Media Group. This campaign gives a voice to sustainable creators that meet the challenges our planet is facing today with developed solutions that will shape our society going forward. Top minds in sustainability seek better ways to meet the growing demands of the world, while reducing the carbon emissions needed to produce products and minimizing the impact on our environment. As demand on natural resources rise, with more mouths to feed and higher demand for transportation energy, Darling identifies as one of the sustainable creators and is driven to increase efforts to improve climate change.
"Darling is the original recycler," said Randall C. Stuewe, Chairman and CEO, Darling Ingredients Inc. "We are the company that for over a century has been collecting the residuals from our food industry destined to be left out on the field to decay or put into a landfill. Darling converts these waste streams into sustainable products, extending the useful life of these organic nutrients, thereby reducing stress on our environment and improving the quality of the air we breathe."
The videos highlighting the 50 Sustainability and Climate Leaders reveal sustainability efforts and ingenuity to preserve natural resources. Darling's highlight video features its 139-year history of converting waste streams from the agri-food industry into ingredients for health, nutrients and bioenergy. It also follows the process of producing renewable diesel fuel. Starting at a Wingstop restaurant location, they follow the used cooking oil to the Diamond Green Diesel production facility where the refined waste oil is converted into cleaner-burning renewable fuel. Next highlighted is EnviroFlight, a Darling business line that is innovating a new means of alternative protein production using black soldier fly larvae for sustainable animal feed and pet food.
Go here to learn more on why Darling Ingredients was named one of the 50 Sustainability and Climate Leaders.
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