Working Partner Update: DoxiCom Global Inc. – Jackson, Tennessee

Date: 8 Mar 2017 | posted in: waste - recycling, Waste to Wealth | 0 Facebooktwitterredditmail

DoxicomGlobal, Inc, started in 2011 by Sidney Wilson, Jr., sees itself at the young child with his finger in the dam stopping a flood and as a result great harm. The company’s mission is to reduce the flood of waste heading to the country’s landfills and incinerators. In 2016 they succeeded in diverting 30,000 tons from the waste stream for reuse by industry.… Read More

Institute for Scrap Recycling Industries Testimony on EPR in Connecticut

Leading recycling industry association, the Institute for Scrap Recycling Industries, ISRI, believes the Connecticut Extended Producer Responsibility Bill is drafted in such a way that ignores the strength, capabilities, and vibrancy of the existing recycling industry.… Read More

Citizens in Fayetteville, Arkansas Protect Curb Sort Recycling from Single Stream Recycling

Date: 3 Mar 2017 | posted in: waste - recycling, Waste to Wealth | 0 Facebooktwitterredditmail

Hats off to Louise G. Mann, of Waste Reduction Resources and a network of Fayetteville, AR concerned citizens. On Tuesday, Feb. 21 Fayetteville City Council approved a resolution to move ahead with composting at commercial establishments, as well as recycling of construction & demolition waste.… Read More

IREX Scholars’ Exit Interview – International Community Composting

Between mid-August and early December the Institute for Local Self-Reliance hosted two International Research and Exchange (IREX) fellows. To celebrate our fellows’ work with us, ILSR co-founder Neil Seldman interview both Md. Monirul Islam (from Bangladesh) and Wisdom Nyondoh (from … Read More

Waste to Wealth, 2016 in Review

Now that 2016 is firmly in the rearview mirror, we are looking back at some of the great work that we did in our Waste to Wealth initiative during the year. We’ve broken down some of our top content into … Read More

Review of the “Facts” that Guide Waste Management, Inc.’s CEO

Date: 20 Oct 2016 | posted in: waste - recycling, Waste to Wealth | 0 Facebooktwitterredditmail

The CEO of Waste Management, Inc. (WMI) commented to CNBC that, based on the facts, glass and organics should not be collected because they lack economic value for shareholders. In a related panel discussion, the need for top-down legislation to help … Read More

The True Value of Recycling and the Waste Stream (Episode 2)

In this episode, Chris Mitchell, the director of our Community Broadband Networks initiative, interviews Neil Seldman, ILSR co-founder and senior staff member of the Waste to Wealth initiative about the hidden value in our waste stream and, specifically, some recent comments made by the CEO of Waste Management, Inc. disparaging the value of recycling.… Read More

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