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 city is using Waste Pro Rewards to incentivize residents to recycle more and recycle right.
In this gallery, we highlight eight organizations that are working to combat food waste and hunger during the growing coronavirus pandemic.
Officials are determining whether to implement a consolidated collection system for waste, recyclables and food scraps.
The department’s proposed rules and pilot project aim to help create “clean curbs” and remove waste from sidewalks.
NERC’s third quarterly report reveals that increasing levels of contamination in the region’s recycling stream are leading to higher processing costs.
Due to high contamination levels, glass has been going to landfills for the past seven years.
Crafter and author James Dillehay discusses his book about tackling waste with the gig economy.
Residents have complained about the landfill’s foul-smelling emissions and associated health hazards for years.