Not many people knew what to make of the 18-foot-tall fixture that was installed behind PCC Natural Markets’ Issaquah store one morning back in March. The contraption included a large silo-looking cannister attached to a metal shed. The strange-looking apparatus is actually a state-of-the-art food scrap “harvester” being tested by PCC as part of its ongoing waste reduction program. The harvester, developed by WISErg Corp., a local clean technology firm, creates organic ...

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