In response to the fatal incident involving a train and a garbage truck on February 5, NWRA and SWANA have issued tips to help collection workers be safe on the road.
The associations testified at the Texas House of Representatives’ Environmental Regulation Subcommittee hearing on Air Quality and Municipal Landfills yesterday.
At WasteExpo in April, the Women’s Council will award four individuals with $7,500 to put toward their higher education tuition.
NWRA highlights 10 tips to help collection workers and customers stay safe during the winter season.
The proposed contamination standard was finalized by China’s Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEP) on January 11, remaining unchanged at 0.5 percent.
Riley previously worked for the National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association and the Citizens for a Sound Economy.