Trump’s proposed budget would cut the EPA’s Superfund program, tasked with cleaning up hazardous waste sites, by 10 percent.
The decrease, driven by repercussions from China’s National Sword policy, is the largest decline in U.S. export shipments.
Following a House Appropriations Subcommittee meeting, NWRA is urging Congress to pass "responsible" recycling legislation.
ISRI released updates from China on tariff cuts, solid waste import quotas and the impact coronavirus has had on supply chains.
The law was signed last April by Gov. Andrew Cuomo and will affect all retailers across the state.
The bill requires large food waste generators to separate and recycle food waste and amends the definition of “Class I renewable energy.”
The Solid Waste Association of North America commends the U.S. House of Representatives for holding a hearing on recycling programs.
PIX 11 has taken an in-depth look at the impact New York City has made on other communities by shipping off its trash.
The City Council is moving forward with a vetting process for trash hauling companies looking to service one of four waste zones in the city.
The violation claims that since September 2019, there were 41 instances of the landfill exceeding the state’s ambient air quality standard.