Mergers and acquisitions continue to drive company growth in waste and recycling. New York state heads toward a circular economy. Read these and the latest top stories from this week.

Waste360 Staff, Staff

October 20, 2023

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J.F. Lehman & Company Investment Affiliate Acquires Heritage-Crystal Clean

An investment affiliate of J.F. Lehman & Company has acquired Heritage-Crystal Clean, Inc. (Crystal Clean), a provider of environmental and waste disposal services. The acquisition was announced in July 2023 and has now been successfully concluded.

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Coastal Waste & Recycling Adds Sixth MRF with Acquisition of AFS Recycling

Coastal Waste & Recycling, a Florida-based waste management company, has completed a series of acquisitions, expanding its presence in portable restroom services and adding a sixth material recovery facility to its portfolio.

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Kraft Heinz Highlights Efforts in DEI, Hunger Relief and More in 2023 ESG Report

The Kraft Heinz Company (Nasdaq: KHC) has published its 2023 Environmental Social Governance ("ESG") Report, which outlines the company's progress toward achieving its goals of nourishing communities and supporting environmental sustainability through innovative initiatives and partnerships.

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Center for Sustainable Materials Management Steers New York State Toward a Circular Economy

Moving from a linear to a circular economy will require changing the way society thinks about and treats discards. The Center for Sustainable Materials Management (CSMM) is working to spur that mindset shift in New York State.

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Danimer CEO Croskrey Talks Bioplastics

Danimer Scientific is among tech companies entrenched in work to develop biopolymers that are biodegradable and compostable. Waste360 sat down with Danimer CEO Stephen Croskrey to discuss the company’s most recent activity, including its expanded partnership with Chevron Phillips Chemical (CPChem).

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