Zero Waste Implementation Plan for the County of Hawai’i

Date: 13 Mar 2009 | posted in: waste - zero waste, Waste to Wealth | 0 Facebooktwitterredditmail

The County of Hawai’i (a.k.a. Big Island), having signed a Zero Waste resolution in December 2007, has taken extraordinary steps toward sustainable resource management. This is the Zero Waste Implementation Plan, requested by the County Council and completed by Richard Anthony Associates, Hidden Resources and ILSR in March 2009.… Read More

Zero Waste Planning Information and Resources

Twenty-five years ago, many solid waste planners thought no more than 15% to 20% of the municipal waste stream could be recycled. Today numerous communities have surpassed 50% recycling, and many individual establishments — public and private sector — such as … Read More

Waste to Wealth – 2007 Annual Report

For 33 years ILSR’s “Waste to Wealth” program has helped to convert wastes from environmental and economic liabilities into valuable resources that contribute to community development. In 2007, our work has focused on the following: encouraging sustainable biomaterials to replace … Read More

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