In this month's Waste360 Product News newsletter, we highlight six products, which include technology solutions, waste container systems, horizontal grinders and more.
The PFAS Action Act would require EPA to set a national primary drinking water standard, regulate PFAS air emissions and kickoff the cleanup of contaminated sites.
Waste360 had the chance to tour WCA's Fort Bend Regional Landfill during the NWRA Women’s Council 2019 President’s Conference in Houston.
Two districts have been entangled in a lawsuit over fees levied on waste generated in one county and disposed of in another.
The company unveiled its immediate plans to double energy efficiency savings and dramatically increase renewable natural gas for all customers.
A trial court ruled that Chiquita could challenge operational conditions, including waste capacity limits and requirements supporting the county’s legislative agenda.
King County, Wash., will no longer accept plastic bags and wraps in its curbside recycling program and is considering building a WTE facility as its landfill nears capacity.
Bloomberg Environment, however, reports that Chemours increased its estimate of how much it will cost to fix its PFAS problems in documents filed with the SEC.
The plan follows two incidents at Bradley Airport and calls for testing water supplies, reducing PFAS in the environment and cleaning up contamination.