Posters embodied a range of topics including solving solid waste challenges in developing countries, organics management, recycling and landfill management.
The state is looking at more than a dozen PFAS cleanup options that could cost up to $1.2 billion.
During GWMS 2020, EPA representatives provided an update on what waste facilities need to know regarding amendments to the 2015 CCR rulemaking.
Check out Waste360's short recap from this week at GWMS.
One bill would ban the disposal of wind turbine blades in landfills, while the other would allow only the base material of blades and towers to be buried in abandoned coal mine sites.
A key highlight at GWMS was looking at NASA’s work to characterize methane emissions from solid waste operations in California.
EREF’s Staley breaks down how LCA can help determine when recycling makes sense versus when it makes more sense to landfill materials.
During GWMS 2020, experts discussed some of the most widely used and tested PFAS remediation technologies.
Check out Waste360's recap of GWMS day three highlights.
The city hopes to bring a facility that would recycle single-use and “dirty plastics” to the area.