In Lee County, Florida, the integration of facilities and partners to manage solid waste recovers value from materials while extending landfill life.
The city of Los Angeles’ recent implementation of an exclusive franchise system also paved the way to achieve zero waste to landfill goals.
When Portland, Oregon, mandated the recycling of all dry discards, Waste Management responded with a solution it says is still effective today.
The Sandwich, Massachusetts, fire department says its decision to add medical waste treatment to its services has been an overwhelming success.
The Carlex aftermarket distribution center in Lebanon, Tennessee, created a team through a private-public partnership to divert its waste from landfill.
The Renewable Energy from Waste Conference, Oct. 2-4 in Fort Myers, Florida, keeps attendees at the forefront of the industry.
Integral changes to a city’s waste and recycling contracts can make room for new programs without drastically cutting services or increasing prices.
Collection carts are an important piece of waste equipment, and maintenance falls on the shoulders of the manufacturer, municipality and residents.
Sustainable waste management, including energy from waste, is key to achieving goals set forth by the Paris Agreement.
The Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers is changing the way it handles waste, and it's paying off.
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