NEWS BRIEFS 1868NEWS BRIEFS
December 1, 1995
WORLD WASTES STAFF
New Facility Laidlaw Waste Systems Inc., Burlington, On-tario, has opened a recycling center in Dallas.
American Resource Recovery Ltd., Maywood, Ill., has opened a recycling facility in Maryneal, Texas.
Square D Co., Raleigh, N.C., has opened a paper recycling facility at its Knightdale, N.C., manufacturing plant.
National Rubber Michigan Inc., Flat Rock, Mich., will o-pen a tire recycling plant.
Permit Commodore En-vironmental Services Inc., New York, N.Y., has been granted a permit by the U.S. Environ-mental Protection Agency to re-search and develop disposal methods for polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB).
The Virginia Department of Environmental Quality, King George County, Va., has is-sued a commercial solid waste landfill to Garnet of Va. Inc., Annapolis, Md.
Project Completion The Florida Department of En-vironmental Protection, Tal-lahassee, Fla., and Polk Coun-ty, Fla., have completed the remediation of a 20-acre waste tire site in Polk City.
Purchase National Seal Co., Aurora, Ill., has purchased a controlling interest in Albarrie-Naue Ltd., Barrie, Ont., a landfill liner manufacturer.
Strategic Alliance Black & Veatch, Kansas City, Mo., and PKF-Mark III, a privately held general contractor, have signed a strategic alliance to provide engineering, procurement and construction services for environmental projects in the northeastern United States.
Study The City of Phoenix has selected Maguire Group Inc., Foxborough, Mass., to conduct a feasibility study on a fast-track schedule for a major expansion to the city's recycling program.