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Exuma Entrepreneur Expanding Reach

Mr. Tucker, the proprietor of Big Ds Conch Shack at Steventon, said the government has made two and a half acres of land available to him to open another location of his popular eatery. In addition, he will use a conch tour to teach Bahamians and visitors about the popular Bahamian food, all due to read this the governments assistance. That has allowed me to have my own business, my own spot to do what I want to do - to do the conch tour, to attract more tourists to venture out into the Stocking Island area, Mr.
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Sustainable: Entrepreneur sees opportunity in food waste

Max Milinkovich, CEO and founder of Full Circle Organics LLC, also operates a leased, yard-waste-only composting site in Shakopee. (Staff photo: Bill Klotz) He chose that site partly because of family-business connections with Farley-based waste handlers Midwest Organic Solutions and because he knew the city of Dubuque had launched a food-waste diversion effort. Full Circles first food-waste facility in Minnesota is about 13 miles south of Mankato, near the southern Minnesota town of Good Thunder, where Milinkovich was born. The site is permitted to receive up to 110 tons per day of source-separated food waste, plus an unlimited volume of yard trimmings. The Good Thunder facility has been processing between 60 and 90 tons of waste per week, Milinkovich said.
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