Afraid for their own health and safety, solid waste workers in New Jersey are working to ensure their communities remain healthy.
Freedom From Waste is taking extra precautions to protect its workers and prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the communities it serves.
The much-anticipated merger was slated to close in Q1 but is now delayed due to COVID-19.
The city is using Waste Pro Rewards to incentivize residents to recycle more and recycle right.
SWANA records at least 53 solid waste worker deaths; collection still has highest fatality frequency.
NWRA is requesting that the waste collection industry be exempt from federal HOS regulations during national emergencies.
Waste Pro now services residents of 13 municipalities and assumes operations of the construction and demolition and Class I landfill in the Cleveland area.
The county recently bought 46 new trucks, but only half are running routes due to a shortage of drivers.