Current Headlines

  1. Environmental Services Company Expands Capabilities In Chattanooga With New Permits

    SWS Environmental Services’ (SWSES) newest service center opened for business early this fall and has now secured three new permits

  2. VWR Launches 'Gown Up, Give Back,' A Garment Recycling Solution For Customers

    VWR (NASDAQ: VWR), a leading, independent provider of laboratory products, services and solutions, announced the launch of its second major recycling solution for customers

  3. Progressive Waste Solutions Revs Up Its Leadership In The Use Of Natural Gas Powered Waste And Recycling Collection Vehicles

    Progressive Waste Solutions (the "Company") recently announced the official opening of its natural gas fueling station facility in Coquitlam that services the largest fleet of natural gas powered waste and recycling collection vehicles in BC and Canada

  4. Cope Plastics Awarded For Recycling, Education And Design Efforts

    IAPD awarded Cope with the Environmental Excellence Award for Best Recycling Program. Cope has expanded its recycling program to include 36 different grades of plastic, which make up nearly 90 percent of the material distributed through or consumed by the company

  5. GN Oil Based Drilling Cuttings Drying System For Shell Sichuan Project

    GN Solids Control products are becoming more and more popular for the oil based drilling cuttings drying. Many big players have been using GN oil baseddrilling cuttings drying equipment to recover drilling fluids and reduce the drilling waste

  6. Poll Shows Canadians Overwhelmingly Support Energy-From-Waste

    The Canadian energy-from-waste (EFW) market has shown robust potential over the past eight (8) years, growing by 200%, from just four (4) operating plants in 2006 to twelve (12) facilities in an advanced stage of approval or construction by summer 2014.

  7. Local Businesses Receive Awards In Recognition Of Wise Waste Management Practices

    This is the fifth year that Frederick County has acknowledged various innovations and efforts that local business leaders have implemented to create less waste. Five organizations were selected to be honored

  8. Liquid Technology Receives e-Stewards 2.0 & R2:2013 Certifications

    Liquid Technology, an Inc. 5000 IT asset disposition (ITAD) company and one of the Top 100 Businesses in New York-Northern New Jersey-Long Island, NY-NJ-PA, announces that it has recently acquired certifications in the latest e-Stewards 2.0 and R2:2013 standards

  9. Leading Maryland Computer Recycling Firm A Better Way Computer Recycling Achieves Top Industry Designation For Responsible Recycling Practices

    The security and privacy of customer data and information always seems to be top of mind for companies and consumers nowadays, but what happens when the hardware and systems a company is using are retired? Paper files get shredded, but how can companies make sure their data doesn’t get thrown out with the digital bath water?

  10. AkzoNobel And Partners To Explore Use Of Waste As Chemicals Feedstock

    AkzoNobel is part of a major Dutch partnership working with Canada's Enerkem to explore the use of waste streams as a feedstock for chemical production and the development of waste-to-chemicals facilities

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