Biggest Challenge to U.S. Recycling Isn’t China

Date: 24 Sep 2018 | posted in: Waste to Wealth | 0 Facebooktwitterredditmail

Proponents of Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) for Paper, Products, and Packaging (PPP) are jumping on the “China Crisis” bandwagon by attempting to revive efforts to shift control over recycling from local government and existing recycling companies to statewide non-profit agencies under the control of Big Soda companies and their allies.… Read More

Proposed Incinerator Regulations in Baltimore Are Far from What’s Needed

Date: 21 Sep 2018 | posted in: Waste to Wealth | 0 Facebooktwitterredditmail

Recently, environmental regulators in Maryland have proposed regulations that would require Wheelabrator’s Baltimore trash incinerator (also known as BRESCO) cut its emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx) by approximately one-fifth, but the proposed regulations are far from what is needed.… Read More

Voices of 100%: San Diego’s Pathway Forward — Episode 61 of Local Energy Rules Podcast

Date: 19 Sep 2018 | posted in: Energy, Energy Self Reliant States, Podcast | 0 Facebooktwitterredditmail

As a growing number of U.S. cities make commitments to reach 100 percent renewable electricity, how are cities making plans to achieve these goals? In our third episode of Voices of 100%, a multi-part series of Local Energy Rules, San Diego’s Chief Sustainability Officer Cody Hooven joins John Farrell to discuss how the city is making progress toward its ambitious goal to shift to 100 percent renewable energy.… Read More

Is Britain’s Long Love Affair With Privatization Ending in Divorce?

Date: 14 Sep 2018 | posted in: From the Desk of David Morris | 0 Facebooktwitterredditmail

The bankruptcy of one of Britain’s largest government contractors has spurred a reexamination of its decades-old embrace of privatization. For many the evidence is in. The selling off of public assets and the privatization of public services has been a colossal failure. … Read More

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