Current Headlines

  1. Baltimore To Receive $1.2 Billion In Sewer Upgrades By 2030

    Residents of Baltimore may finally be able to relax a little when it comes to their beloved city’s crumbling sewer system.

  2. City Of Beaconsfield Announces A New Pilot Project For Its Recycling Collection

    Building on its forward-thinking approach to waste management, the City of Beaconsfield enthusiastically announces a new pilot project that aims to audit its collection of recyclable materials

  3. BioHiTech Global Expands Relationship With Flexi Systems And Signs Exclusive Multi-Year Distribution Agreement

    BioHiTech Global, Inc. ("BioHiTech") (OTCQB: BHTG), a green technology company that provides innovative data-driven solutions for food waste disposal, expanded its relationship with Flexi Systems (Singapore) Pte. Ltd ("Flexi Systems"), a related company of Enerprof Pte Ltd ("Enerprof"), with an exclusive multi-year agreement to continue distribution of its Eco-Safe Digester and BioHiTech Cloud solution throughout Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia

  4. Republic Services And Lab USA Unveil State-Of-The-Art Landfill Ash Metal Recovery Facility

    Republic Services, Inc. (NYSE: RSG) and Lab USA unveiled a state-of-the-art ash metal recovery facility today at the Roosevelt Regional Landfill.  The advanced process allows for the reclamation of metals found in ash previously lost through traditional methods of resource recovery

  5. Washington Wastewater Treatment Plant Will Recycle Own Sewage

    It may be hard to believe but recycled sewage could soon become a reality in Pierce County, WA. The unique idea is a part of a $342 million expansion of the Chambers Creek Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant.

  6. Kimberly-Clark Professional Expands RightCycle, The First Large-Scale Recycling Program For Non-Hazardous Lab And Cleanroom Waste, To Industrial Environments

    Kimberly-Clark Professional has expanded its innovative recycling program – RightCycle by Kimberly-Clark Professional – to manufacturing and other industrial environments, enabling these customers to divert non-hazardous waste, such as nitrile gloves and apparel, from landfills

  7. Sioux City Penalized For 'Improperly Treated Sewage' And Cover-Up

    Sioux City, IA, has encountered environmental penalties for getting rid of “improperly treated sewage” containing very high levels of E. coli bacteria into the Missouri River.

  8. Yulong Received Four New Assignments To Recycle Construction Waste In Zhengdong New District

    Yulong Eco-Materials Limited (NasdaqCM: YECO), an eco-friendly building products and construction waste management company, today announced that it received four new assignments to recycle construction waste in four villages in Zhengdong New District of Zhengzhou City, the provincial capital of Henan Province

  9. GE’s Gas Engine And Biosolids Technology Selected For New UK ‘Eco Park’ Waste-To-Biogas Project

    GE recently announced that global engineering and construction company M+W group has selected its Jenbacher gas engines and Monsal* advanced anaerobic digestion system for Surrey County Council’s new “Eco Park” waste treatment and biogas-to-energy facility being built by SUEZ Recycling and Recovery U.K. in Shepperton, Surrey, England.

  10. EPA And The Recycling Partnership Team Up To Capture The State Of Recycling

    The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and national nonprofit The Recycling Partnership are joining forces to focus on the state of curbside recycling in the U.S