FCC reported its operating margin increased to 15.4 percent, thanks to greater contribution from business areas, particularly environment and water.
The contract is for weekly curbside collection of yard waste on regular pickup days during peak periods in the spring and fall.
The county’s solid waste authority explained it is continuing to reassess its residential recycling program since terminating its previous contract.
The county was on the hunt for a new market for plastic materials when its only plastics vendor terminated its contracts.
Under the contract, the city will receive 100 percent of the benefits of ECRRA’s ownership of the 500-ton-per-day Lisbon facility.
A Department of Public Works report shows each resident threw away an average of 8.4 pounds of waste per day in 2018 compared to 5.6 pounds in 2012.
Washington County, Md., officials are rebidding waste and recycling contracts after they say their current contractor proposed “excessive increases.”
The city of Montgomery piloted the RUBICONSmartCity platform for six months in 2018 and is now choosing to move the program forward by awarding a three-year contract to Rubicon Global.
SCS will provide landfill gas systems operations, maintenance and monitoring, support services and advanced technologies.
Beginning September 2, Meridian Waste will provide residents with weekly garbage collection utilizing 95-gallon carts.