After investing in a new transfer station, King County, Wash., has gone from zero diversion to 3,658 tons in the first 10 months of 2018.
People for Urban Progress takes materials like old Amtrak train seats and repurposes them into new, high-end products.
Several companies are working to see that clothes are salvaged—either by providing logistics services to brands or implementing their own program.
State-managed debris removal programs have been established to clear household hazardous waste and fire debris from more than 14,000 properties.
Legislation would provide both curbside and drop-off options for residents looking to recycle e-waste and household hazardous waste.
Ryan Kiscaden, executive director of Thermostat Recycling Corporation and Waste360 40 Under 40 award recipient, discusses how he has excelled in his career and his greatest accomplishment thus far.
California alleges Target mishandled hazardous waste, ranging from batteries and aerosol cans to fluorescent light bulbs.