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Federal Actions on Plastic Recycling, Zero Waste, Organics, and Garbage Incineration: A Review

Federal Actions on Plastic Recycling, Zero Waste, Organics, and Garbage Incineration: A Review

Neil Seldman

August 30, 2019

In August federal Bills on plastic pollution and Zero Waste were put forward in Congress by Senator Tom Udall (D-N.M.) and Representative Alan Lowenthall (D-Calif.) and Representative Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.).  READ MORE


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Anti Incineration Update from European Union

Anti Incineration Update from European Union

Neil Seldman

September 10, 2019

The European Union has taken another step away from garbage incineration.  READ MORE


California Governor Signs Dual Stream Recycling Bill into Law

California Governor Signs Dual Stream Recycling Bill into Law

Neil Seldman

September 9, 2019

Cities in California will be encouraged to consider implementing dual stream recycling under new law AB 815 singed into law by Governor Newsom as an effort to reduce contamination and help market materials within the US.  READ MORE


Federal Actions on Plastic Recycling, Zero Waste, Organics, and Garbage Incineration: A Review

Federal Actions on Plastic Recycling, Zero Waste, Organics, and Garbage Incineration: A Review

Neil Seldman

August 30, 2019

In August federal Bills on plastic pollution and Zero Waste were put forward in Congress by Senator Tom Udall (D-N.M.) and Representative Alan Lowenthall (D-Calif.) and Representative Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.).  READ MORE


Dual Stream vs. Single Stream Recycling

Dual Stream vs. Single Stream Recycling

Jacq Streur

August 22, 2019

Single stream versus dual stream recycling collection is a persistent issue. Which approach to recycling collection promotes the most cost effective method to recover, process, and market usable materials and reduces the amount of material going to landfills or incinerators?  READ MORE


Textile Recycling: Trials, Tribulations, and Bright Horizons

Textile Recycling: Trials, Tribulations, and Bright Horizons

Jacq Streur

August 20, 2019

If textile recycling can become more popular, we can keep 5% more out of landfills, and maybe people who are now donating to thrift stores will give them a second thought for purchasing, as well.  READ MORE