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  8. Food For Good Limited ISP-1819-13-006 (Project details)

Assessment

Vetting

Protection of the Project Data Confidentiality

Project Details

Enterprise Support Programme

Standard Project

Relocation Rental Support Project

Projects from New and Start-up Enterprises

One-off Rental Support Scheme

One-off Recycling Industry Anti-epidemic Scheme

Supporting Residential Buildings in Adopting Smart Bins Technology in Food Waste Collection and Recycling

One-off Frontline Recycling Staff Support Scheme

Application and Fund Disbursement Process

Project Details
Project Details
Reference No. ISP-1819-13-006
Applicants Food For Good Limited
Summary of Project Results • Set up a transfer station to handle surplus food and food waste collected from nearby shopping malls, restaurants, wholesalers etc.
• Processed surplus food into hot food; while food waste were processed and sent to O-Park
• Conducted training sessions for frontline workers on the proper procedures for food waste and surplus food recycling
• Utilized GIS and GPS to analyse the collection routing to enhance the collection efficiency
Project Deliverables Commercial and Industrial Food Waste Handling Training
Commencement Date 29-Jul-2019
Completion Date 28-Jul-2021
Project Duration (Months) 24
Approximate Approved Amount (HKD) $12,440,000
Type(s) of Recyclables Food waste
Target Quantity Processed(1)(2)(3)(tonnes) 550
Project Website https://en.foodforgoodrecyclingcentre.com/

Notes:
(1) Target quantity processed refers to the quantity of recyclables expected to be collected for the whole project.
(2) The figures are rounded to the nearest hundred.
(3) Some Industry Support Programmes aim to enhance the overall capability and productivity of the recycling industry, including providing training courses to enhance the skills of recycling practitioners, enhancing safety and health standards and certification/ registration schemes, developing guidelines and setting up economic incentive schemes, etc., and therefore no target quantity processed was set.