NMED submitted revisions for a state plan, as well as another set of revisions on behalf of the Albuquerque-Bernalillo County for landfills under the city-county jurisdiction.
The report highlights the company’s sustainability progress and a renewed focus to help build a more sustainable food system.
An Environmental Law in New York article explains how the bill “could be made better” with provisions that go beyond reducing the number of carters in a given zone.
The company says its emissions reduction target of 35 percent by 2030 has been approved by the Science Based Targets initiative.
The Phoenix Open implements a comprehensive sustainability program to manage impacts from materials, water, energy and greenhouse gas emissions.
The center is expected to recycle roughly 18,000 refrigerators and freezers annually. The company also announced a major shift, repositioning and name change.
CVWMA is implementing recycling bins made with UBQ Material, a plastic alternative comprising unsorted household waste.
The EPA has extended its comment periods for hazardous waste worker protections and incinerator emissions guidelines.
The final rule is effective on September 6. States must submit plans by August 29.