Single Stream/Dual Stream: Contending Approaches to Recycling in the US

Date: 13 Jan 2022 | posted in: waste - recycling, Waste to Wealth | 0 Facebooktwitterredditmail

After two decades of a headlong rush to single stream recycling collection programs across the US, are they still the best positioned to take us into the new recycling future we’re in the process of designing? Or do other approaches such as dual stream collection offer some important advantages?… Read More

Baltimore Youth Organizer Carlos Sanchez Points Out Pitfalls of City Council Plan

Carlos Sanchez, a Baltimore high-school student and youth organizer for Free Your Voice and Fair Development Land Trust, responded to the announcement of a new Zero Waste Commission for the City with a thought-provoking op/ed in Baltimore Brew. He notes that a plan already developed by the community – with ambitious goals and revenue sources – will do more to end health-harming air pollution than the entity the City Council is proposing.… Read More

Garbage Incineration Update for October 2021

From domestic cities like Ocean City, Maryland to Salem, Oregon and international locations from Ontario, Canada and the United Kingdom, we provide updates on garbage incineration efforts around the globe.… Read More

A New Way Forward for Packaging and “Transitional EPR”

Kristine Kubat from Recycle Hawaii is a front line Zero Waste activist in the state. In this article from Resource Recycling Magazine, she presents her thoughts on EPR legislation and introduces the concept of “transitional EPR.… Read More

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