Shakopee, Minn.-based Dem-Con, which started exclusively in the garbage disposal business in the 1960’s, did not think landfilling alone was its future. So, the third generation, family-owned company underwent a paradigm shift around the year 2000.
The 2020 Waste360 40 Under 40 award recipient discusses what it takes to make zero waste programs work and shares insight for youth considering a career in solid waste.
The collaboration is an important step in the demonstration of the technology and potential future commercialization.
Majority of the investment will go toward transforming its Hartsville, S.C., corrugated medium machine into a URB machine.
Michael R. Schmidt of BioHiTech Global discusses his career, advancements in technology and how BioHiTech is working to reduce food waste and turn MSW into alternative fuel.
Waste360 40 Under 40 award winner Thomas Brooks discusses his role at BHS and the future of technology in waste and recycling.
The forward-facing camera from Zone Defense LLC uses AI to watch the road, read road signs and alert drivers of dangerous behaviors.
The company works with law enforcement to refurbish the bikes for needy children.