Colleges and universities in the U.S. can create a significant amount of waste, so many are implementing new measures to reduce waste.
City officials are discussing how to enforce a commercial business recycling ordinance and how heavily the city should regulate recycling.
Braskem and Philadelphia Union bring polypropylene post-consumer recycling to the hospitality services of Talen Energy Stadium.
The City Council recently approved an ordinance requiring businesses to use clear trash bags for landfill-bound waste and blue bags for recyclables.
DSNY will officially begin fining businesses using single-use foam items as warning period ends.
Advocates say a CWZ system would reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve safety. Critics, however, say zones and franchises are not the right answer for NYC.
The company continues to hit milestones as it celebrates 15 years of helping businesses reduce food waste.
LRS will help DePaul improve recycling participation, reduce contamination by co-developing educational materials and conducting onsite educational sessions.
The pledge falls in line with England’s goal of eliminating food waste to landfill by 2030.
GSR’s appeal outlines disputes and “price pegging” for recyclables under Waste Management’s commercial franchise agreement with Reno.