The final rule is effective on February 7, 2020, and will affect those who generate, transport, treat, recycle or dispose of hazardous waste aerosol cans.
Part one of a two-part series looks at how some states are making their own rules to manage coal ash as the federal government rolls back Obama-era protections.
The latest study from Illinois Public Interest Research Group addresses recycling problems and potential solutions statewide.
The county started its program in 2016 but ended up canceling it because it has had difficulty finding an end market vendor.
CBC looks at the main issues the Canadian Plastics Industry Association has made against the city of Vancouver’s plan to phase out single-use plastics.
The S.O.A.R. program honors public and private sector entities that best exemplify efforts toward helping build capacity for M/WBEs.
The study investigates the implications that adding wine and liquor bottles to the list of redeemable containers in the bottle bill would have.
In addition, the Lexington Recycling Center will temporarily close its doors in January to upgrade equipment.
PFAS provisions had been a major source of tension between House and Senate negotiators.