Scale and ownership are key at Eureka Recycling, Twin Cities, Minn., and Eco-Cycle in Boulder, Colo.
This month’s edition of Business Insights looks at some of the issues surrounding plastics recycling and plastics pollution.
The facility serves more than 510,000 residents and 2,500 commercial customers throughout Plano, Texas, and other neighboring cities.
Once fully operational, the 144,000-square-foot plant will make clean cellulose, biogas, plastic products and fuel from plastics.
Fire Rover’s fire elimination solution wins gold in Industrial Safety category; awards celebrate 32 years of honoring innovators and innovation.
FCC’s MRF will process and return to market all the city’s recyclable materials over the next 15 years.
The upgrade will enable the facility to more efficiently sort materials from contamination and increase processing capabilities.
Due to the amount of fire incidents in the waste and recycling industry, insurance companies are rapidly leaving the sector.
The long-awaited facility is on track to begin accepting municipal waste on April 15 from more than 115 communities in Maine.
The new equipment has resulted in increased recovery and quality while reducing operations costs, according to the company.