In an effort to help eco-conscious consumers, a Geneva, Switzerland, nonprofit is ramping up its rollout of street-side, free-access public refrigerators that restaurateurs, at-home cooks, and others can use to give away food that’s about to go bad. It’s part of a bigger effort by communities in Switzerland and other European countries to do their part for the environment while helping to cut down on food waste. The nonprofit has rolled out refrigerators and pantry shelves in Geneva where passersby can grab fruit, vegetables, bread, croissants, and other perishables to take home for free. The first Geneva fridge helped save some 3.2 tons of food from going to waste last year. Of the food donated, only about 3% had to be thrown away because no one wanted it.