Debra Kantner, a 2020 Waste360 40 Under 40 award recipient, discusses her work with EREF’s Data & Policy Program and some of her most interesting research findings.
FMCSA said the action will provide the agency with additional time to complete development of the Training Provider Registry.
The legislation would designate PFAS chemicals as hazardous substances and potentially force PFAS manufacturers to foot the bill for cleanup efforts.
Athens has purchased a machine called an Organic Separation Press, where organic waste is digested for energy production or composted.
SB 372 was modeled on deposit systems in other states that put the responsibility on the beverage industry.
Labor unions, small businesses and grassroots donors spent upwards of $30,000 on each side to get out the vote for the November 2019 ballot.
The New York Times details seven reasons why recycling isn’t working in New York City.