Facilities in Vermont are preparing to meet the Universal Recycling Law, which will ban all food waste from disposal starting July 1.
Rubicon has been named the premier sustainability and technology partner for RecycleMania, an annual competition under the National Wildlife Federation.
The City Council recently voted to increase waste collection rates by $6.40 per month.
Lawmakers held off voting on the bill, which seeks to force large generators of food waste to recycle or compost the material.
As it braces for enforcement of the state’s organics diversion law, Orange County is working to create other beneficial uses for its green waste.
Athens has purchased a machine called an Organic Separation Press, where organic waste is digested for energy production or composted.
The New York Times details seven reasons why recycling isn’t working in New York City.
Results from the first two years of the city’s audit program report outline waste challenges, takeaways and opportunities for improvement.
Industry leaders describe how landfills’ roles are changing and how operators are adapting.
Natural Products Expo exhibitors will be asked to eliminate plastic sampling cups, utensils and other serving vessels on the show floor.