Waste and Recycling Earnings: Fourth Quarter 2022 and 2023 Outlook Themes
The publicly-traded solid waste companies reported their fourth quarter 2022 results and presented their 2023 outlooks over the past several weeks. In this edition of the Business Report, we highlight the common themes, as well as note the differences, in both the reports and outlooks.
New Plant Could Process 20 Percent of U.K.’s Waste Tires
Norwegian rubber waste recycler Wastefront will launch a $120M plant in Sunderland, England late in 2024 or early 2025 that will leverage pyrolysis to make tire-derived oil (TDO) to be refined into combustion fuels, including diesel.
Winters Bros. Waste Systems Releases Report About Long Island's Waste Crisis
Babylon, NY-based Winters Bros. Waste Systems has released a report regarding the state of waste management in Long Island.
The United States generated almost 292 million tons of municipal solid waste (MSW) in 2022, a 2 percent increase from the previous year.
Episode 184: Urban Landfills and the Circular Economy
In our latest episode of NothingWasted!, we bring you a dynamic session from Waste360 Sustainability Talks — Urban Landfills and the Circular Economy. The discussion focused on addressing the challenges of increasing global waste; specifically, the growth due to urban populations and consumer culture—and how the shift to a circular economy can increase sustainability.
Listen to the full podcast here.
Stef Talks Trash Episode 45: Making a Splash with Plastic Pollution Education
In this episode of Stef Talks Trash, Kathryn Anderson, education coordinator at the Ocean Legacy Foundation, discusses the organization's EPIC four-pillar approach to fighting plastic pollution.