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  1. Subaru To Share Zero Landfill Expertise With National Park Service To Reduce Park Waste

    Subaru, recognized for having the first automotive assembly plant in America designated as zero landfill, today announced it will share its knowledge of zero landfill practices with the National Park Service to reduce landfill waste from the parks

  2. Green Earth Energy Builds The RCBC Waste To Energy System In Milan, Tennessee To Provide 100% Zero Landfill Waste Management For Customers

    Green Earth Energy has restructured their waste and recycling facility in Milan, Tennessee to support the RCBC Waste to Energy system. Paul Douglas of Green Earth Energy is fourth generation in the family business, which has been operating in West Tennessee since 1908

  3. The Phoenician Employs Revolutionary Enviropure Food Waste Disposal System

    The Phoenician, Arizona’s premier AAA Five Diamond resort destination, continues to expand its sustainable efforts with the installation of an EnviroPure Food Waste Disposal System. 

  4. XeroWaste Solutions Now An Accredited US/Canadian Reseller For GMT CLEAR Waste Management Software

    This reseller and professional services partnership allows XeroWaste Solutions to deliver software that covers all operational aspects from in-vehicle and mobile technology to back-office ERP modules

  5. Verizon, Partnering With Communities Across U.S., Keeps 2 Million Pounds Of Electronic Waste Out Of Local Landfills

    In 2010, Verizon set a goal to collect 2 million pounds – or 1,000 tons – of electronic waste in communities it serves by the end of 2015

  6. NuTerra Breaks Ground On State-Of-The-Art Haines City Organics Recycling Facility

    NuTerra, a trusted project and service delivery partner to the wastewater and biosolids management industry, recently announced the groundbreaking of a new organics recycling facility that initiates the second phase of Haines City’s plan to produce a high-quality compost product to be offered to residents and surrounding communities for lawns, athletic fields, golf courses and agriculture.

  7. Waste To Energy Company With 51 Operating Facilities To Formally Test MagneGas® Fuel

    MagneGas Corporation ("MagneGas" or the "Company") (NASDAQ: MNGA), a leading technology company that counts among its inventions a patented process that converts liquid waste into MagneGas® fuel, announced today that a major waste to energy company with 51 existing operating facilities processing solid waste into renewable energy, has requested formal testing of MagneGas® as an immediate replacement to acetylene

  8. EPD Awards Contract For Waste Electrical And Electronic Equipment Treatment And Recycling Facility

    The Environmental Protection Department (EPD) has awarded to ALBA Integrated Waste Solutions Hong Kong Limited (ALBA-IWS) a contract to design, build and operate a waste electrical and electronic equipment treatment and recycling facility (WEEETRF) at the EcoPark in Tuen Mun. Representatives of the two sides signed the contract today (May 8)

  9. Arrowhead Landfill Provides Safe Haven For Utilities Disposing Of Coal Ash

    Green Group Holdings, LLC announced that its Arrowhead Landfill facility is ready to accept coal combustion residuals (CCR), commonly known as coal ash, from utility companies looking to avoid civil litigation risks brought on by the new federal regulations

  10. Consumers Energy Announces Plan To Keep 1 Million Cubic Yards Out Of Landfills

    Consumers Energy – already a sustainability leader in the energy field – announced today a commitment to double the amount of landfill space it saves