Right now, the ban applies to stores larger than 20,000 square feet. In April, stores larger than 10,000 square feet will have to comply.
ISRI released its seventh annual yearbook, which provides a spotlight on the industry in the wake of rising trade protectionism around the globe.
The facility will convert 700 tons per day of food waste and 300 tons per day of biosolids into renewable natural gas, electricity and fertilizer.
Collaborative program by ERI, New York City and manufacturers exceeds the 20 million-pound mark collected from New York residents.
The program was created in December 2017 and can provide up to $3 million a year to support reusing, recycling, composting or making energy from waste.
Three finalists to create prototypes of litter basket designs for testing on New York City streets.
State-managed debris removal programs have been established to clear household hazardous waste and fire debris from more than 14,000 properties.
The strike ended when M&M Sanitation backed off a plan that would allow the company to leave the union pension fund.
A new report by Natural Resources Defense Council addresses the issue of food waste.