The city of Garfield, N.J., recently gained notoriety by successfully defending a lawsuit brought by a waste hauler that had challenged the city’s right to enforce strict bidding requirements for its collection contract.
A recent New York City Business Integrity Commission ruling says the worker who allegedly struck and killed two men cannot be employed by any hauler the commission oversees.
The tool helps law enforcement across the country recover stolen scrap metal. It is also available to recyclers and property owners.
The Waste360 40 Under 40 winner discusses the challenges and benefits of a commercial waste franchise zone system and what such a system could mean for New York City.
Longtime DSNY worker explains his secret to staying in shape is to keep moving.
According to the EPA’s recently released report, the nation’s recycling and composting rate remains at just more than 34 percent.
PRo Kansas Recycling, a nonprofit organization, has at least 70,000 pounds of recyclables sitting around with nowhere to go.
Annual update to department’s 2016 plan outlines status of projects, initiatives and future goals.
The design competition aims to reimagine the iconic New York City litter basket.
The grant program aims to help address the challenge of waste in waterways and help improve the collection of recyclables for reuse.