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This week's top stories include a smart recycling bin, earnings, a 40 Under 40 award winner interview, and a fire report!
#5 - TrashBot and the Importance of AI in the Waste Industry
You may have come across a TrashBot if you’re a frequent traveler, work at a hospital, or stop in at events with a healthy attendance. If you haven’t seen or heard of it, the quick rundown of TrashBot is, it’s a neat little smart box that uses AI technology to sort your recycling, effectively taking the guessing game of, “can this be recycled?” out of your hands.
#4 - Communication is Key for Republic’s Readlinger
Bridgette Miramon Readlinger, general manager of Republic Services, manages Metairie Hauling, Houma Hauling & Colonial Landfill in southern Louisiana. In this Q&A interview, the Waste360 40 Under 40 award recipient talks about the importance of listening, communicating, and seizing opportunities for career growth.
#3 - Lakeshore Recycling Systems (LRS) Strengthens Leadership Team with Two Key Appointments
Lakeshore Recycling Systems (LRS), a Midwest independent waste, recycling, and portable services provider, announced the addition of two executives to its leadership team.
#2 - Rubicon Technologies Reports Successful Q2, Positive Outlook for 2023
Rubicon Technologies (Rubicon) (NYSE: RBT) reported its second quarter earnings for 2023 this week, siting a continued trend of success throughout the first half the of the year.
#1 - Waste and Recycling Fire Report: Achieving the Best Case from a Worst-Case Scenario
With all the focus the waste and recycling industry has put into its fire prevention efforts, why are fire incidents in waste and recycling facilities still increasing?
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