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Reducing Waste and Recycling More, An Evaluation of Policies from Across America

Reducing Waste and Recycling More, An Evaluation of Policies from Across America

Neil Seldman

April 4, 2018

Who should be responsible for the life cycle of a product, especially its take-back, recycling and final disposition? How can that process produce the most benefits, and is there more than one answer? Will the U.S. recycling be hamstrung by beverage corporation interests, or will it succeed in developing increased recycling and Zero Waste?READ MORE


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Metering Residential Garbage Can Pave the Way to Zero Waste

Metering Residential Garbage Can Pave the Way to Zero Waste

Neil Seldman

August 15, 2018

Pay As You Throw (PAYT) a proven global waste metering system is the vital first step to reaching Zero Waste. For all those municipal leaders that have made a commitment to reducing waste, but have not yet implemented PAYT, it’s time to move from stagnant to progressive recycling based on hREAD MORE


California Down to Two Garbage Incinerators

California Down to Two Garbage Incinerators

Neil Seldman

August 7, 2018

In the 1980s there were over thirty proposed garbage incinerators in California. By the middle of the decade all but four of them had been stopped thanks to the advocacy of organized citizens.READ MORE


Working Partner Update: Reuse Conex Conference

Working Partner Update: Reuse Conex Conference

Neil Seldman

August 7, 2018

Reuse International is holding their biennial conference, ReuseConex 2018, on October 18-20, 2018 in Cincinnati, Ohio.READ MORE