This Week in Waste compiles the top stories from This week our video features several top stories from the month of Feburary including earnings reports and a first for the Super Bowl.

Gage Edwards, Content Producer

March 1, 2024

2 Min Read

#10 - Super Bowl LVIII Becomes First NFL Game to Use 100 Percent Carbon-Free Energy

Super Bowl LVIII became the most watched telecast of all time with 123.4 million viewers, it made for a global stage for a budding, unescapable mega-star relationship, and was the first football game to be powered by 100% renewable, carbon free energy (CFE).

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#9 - GFL Delivers 10.3 Percent Q3 Revenue Growth, Boosted by Core Pricing

GFL (NYSE: GFL) (TSX: GFL) delivered 10.3 percent total revenue growth in Q3 2023. Solid waste core pricing, which reached 8.8 percent, boosted the company's earnings. Patrick Dovigi, GFL CEO and founder, commented that the quarterly results "exceeded expectations."

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#8 - WM Reports Q4 and Full-Year Earnings for 2023

Jim Fish, CEO, reported that WM's collection and disposal business drove growth for the company, which achieved an adjusted operating EBITDA growth of 15 percent and record adjusted margin of 29.9 percent.

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#7 - GWMS 2024: David Risk Puts Methane Measurement to the Test with Controlled Experiments

David Risk, Professor at Brian Mulroney Institute of Government Research Chair at Saint Francis Xavier University, is leading a GWMS session with an interesting experiment looking at methane emissions. Risk’s presentation “A Controlled Release Experiment for Investigating Methane Measurement Performance at Landfills” looks at an experiment his team built to see if vendors could measure methane.

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#6 - GWMS 2024: How Sustainability is a Platform for Growth

Three decades ago, the business of trash was just that – hauling garbage – and Dave Call, senior vice president of Operations Support for Republic Services, was at the sunrise of his career in the waste industry, working as an outside consultant.

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About the Author(s)

Gage Edwards

Content Producer, Waste360

Gage Edwards is a Content Producer at Waste360 and seasoned video editor.

Gage has spent the better part of 10 years creating content in various industries but mostly revolving around video games.

Gage loves video games, theme parks, and loathes littering.

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