If you own an eatery, restaurant sanitation should be at the top of your list of concerns. The last thing you want is to poison your guests, have an insect or rodent infestation or get a slap on the wrist from the health department.
One thing to consider is a high temp dishwasher, over using a low temp washer with sanitation chemicals. The high temp washer leaves you rest assured those dishes are being sanitized and without the use of harsh chemicals.
The kitchen is a busy place with a lot going on. In addition to restaurant sanitation, make sure to educate and train your staff on everything from cleanliness to reducing water usage.
Composting can be a great way to deal with excess food waste in your kitchen – and you can get a great composting system if the idea of a compost pile out the backdoor just isn’t going to work for you. Consider working with a local farmer or non profit to pick up that food waste and compost it for you!
(Post updated with new information on 5/23/17.)