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In Op-Ed for Governing, Neil Seldman Details the Wrong and Right Way to Recycle

In Op-Ed for Governing, Neil Seldman Details the Wrong and Right Way to Recycle

Hibba Meraay

April 4, 2019

Neil Seldman makes the case for why cities should go back to dual stream recycling.  READ MORE


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Extended Producer Responsibility in British Columbia, Canada: Detailed Analyses and Evaluations

Extended Producer Responsibility in British Columbia, Canada: Detailed Analyses and Evaluations

Neil Seldman

April 9, 2019

Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) for hard-to-recycle materials and products is an established management tool in the U.S., used in numerous states for mercury switches, tires, medicines, mattresses, and carpets. British Columbia established EPR for traditional recyclable materials by creating a non-profit stewardship organization to control municipal recycling and private sector  READ MORE


The Media Pivots Away From ‘Recycling is Dying’ Message

The Media Pivots Away From ‘Recycling is Dying’ Message

Neil Seldman

April 5, 2019

Recycling is not dying although it has been severely challenged by both China’s import restrictions and a pervasive single stream system that is no longer sustainable.  READ MORE


In Waste Dive, Neil Seldman Argues Recycling Will Survive

In Waste Dive, Neil Seldman Argues Recycling Will Survive

Hibba Meraay

April 4, 2019

Director of the Waste to Wealth initiative Neil Seldman explains why U.S. recycling will survive despite media narratives that claim the end of recycling is near. Neil and co-author Peter Anderson detail how the recycling industry can adjust and thrive given new circumstances.  READ MORE


In Op-Ed for Governing, Neil Seldman Details the Wrong and Right Way to Recycle

In Op-Ed for Governing, Neil Seldman Details the Wrong and Right Way to Recycle

Hibba Meraay

April 4, 2019

Neil Seldman makes the case for why cities should go back to dual stream recycling.  READ MORE


Single Stream VS Dual Stream Recycling

Single Stream VS Dual Stream Recycling

Neil Seldman

March 26, 2019

Learn more about the difference between single stream and dual stream recycling.  READ MORE