Current Headlines

  1. Stratton Mountain Recognized For Diverting Food Waste

    Stratton Mountain Resort is the only Vermont organization to be recognized by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for efforts in diverting food waste

  2. Duke Energy Proposing On-Site Coal Ash Landfill At W.S. Lee Station

    Duke Energy Carolinas has started the permitting process to safely manage coal ash at the W.S. Lee Station in Belton, S.C., by constructing a fully lined on-site landfill

  3. Shiloh Industries' 11th Facility Reaches Landfill-Free Status

    Shiloh Industries, Inc. (NASDAQ: SHLO), a leading supplier of lightweighting, noise and vibration solutions, announced its 11th manufacturing facility has achieved landfill-free status

  4. Sense Technologies Enters The $49B Waste Collection Services Industry With A Commercial Vehicle Safety Solution Aimed At Saving Lives

    Sense Technologies, Inc. (OTC PINK: SNSFG) announced today that it is entering the $49 Billion waste collection service industry with safety solutions for blind spot detection systems aimed at saving lives

  5. ‘Planned Discharge’ Dumps 2 Billion Gallons Of Sewage Into River

    Montreal officials are under fire for a plan to dump 2 billion gallons of raw sewage into the St. Lawrence, the city’s main river, over the course of a week.

  6. Multi-Billion Dollar Waste Management Sector Powered By Leading Performance Operations & Recent Acquisitions As Demand Rises For Vertically Integrated Solid Waste Services

    Positive outlook rises for waste management industry while waste services companies aim to improve resources and consolidate operations through acquisitions to increase revenue and productivity as recycling quickly becomes one of the fastest growing services in the industry

  7. Republic Opens Largest & Smartest Residential Recycling Center In North America

    Republic Services, Inc. (NYSE: RSG) opened a new residential recycling center that will enable customers throughout Southern Nevada to achieve their sustainability goals for years to come.

  8. NJ May Cut Red Tape For Waste Facilities

    New Jersey environmental regulators are working to ease burdens on the wastewater sector by eliminating certain reporting requirements for localities.

  9. Food Waste Next Target For Water Conservation

    Water experts are urging ratepayers to look beyond their water bill when they try to conserve this precious resource, arguing that it’s time they consider the amount of food they throw away.

  10. Petro Waste Environmental Acquires Landfill Permit In Howard County

    San Antonio-based Petro Waste Environmental LP (PWE) today announced the Railroad Commission of Texas (RRC) has issued the company its first permit to operate a non-hazardous oil and gas waste landfill in Howard County. The permit is one of several the company has pending for landfill sites in DeWitt, Frio, McMullen, and Pecos counties