Dunkin’ is on track to eliminate plastic straws, stirrers and polystyrene foam cups across its operations, and England just announced bans to eliminate certain single-use plastics by the end of the year.
The facility will receive pre-treated residual, non-recyclable and non-hazardous waste otherwise destined for landfill to produce electricity and heat.
A bill to be introduced next week would create an exclusive waste system in which a single hauler would be responsible for each zone.
Whole Foods announced it will become the first national grocer to ban plastic straws as of July 2019.
The acquisition opens a new market in Pinellas County, Fla., and helps Orion create a contiguous service corridor in a large metro area.
Due to the safety and economic problems posed by disposable propane tanks, some organizations are pushing alternatives to disposable cylinders.