The state has struck a deal with global company BTS Bioenergy, which will build and operate an aerobic digestion plant in Howard County.
The restaurant chain is aiming to divert half of all of its restaurant waste from landfills by 2020.
Meridian Waste will now provide waste and recycling services to about 2,000 commercial and residential subscription customers in St. Louis and St. Charles Counties.
The Maryland State Senate voted 36-8 in favor of a bill that would remove a “green energy” label from the WTE plant and similar facilities in the state.
Fish will discuss challenges and opportunities shared within the waste and recycling industry.
The 20 largest waste haulers in NYC were involved in more than 100 crashes since March 2014.