Business Wire

  1. 2015 Waste Management Phoenix Open Zero Waste Event Advances Sustainability Success

    Waste Management announced that the 2015 Waste Management Phoenix Open (WMPO) diverted 100 percent of tournament waste away from landfills for the third consecutive year. This Smart News Release features multimedia

  2. Ener-Core Receives $900,000 Purchase Order For Installation Of Powerstation EC250 At Santiago Canyon Landfill

    Ener-Core, Inc., a provider of commercialized Power Oxidation technology and equipment that generates clean power from low-quality and waste gases and is deployable in a wide variety of industries, has received a purchase order totaling $900,000 from the Advanced Power & Energy Program (APEP) of the University of California, Irvine for the installation of Ener-Core’s 250kW Powerstation EC250 at the closed Santiago Canyon Landfill in Orange County

  3. Caesars Entertainment Selects Ecova To Manage Waste

    Ecova, the total energy and sustainability management company, has been selected by Caesars Entertainment to help the company reach their CodeGreen goal of reducing waste generation by 50 percent by 2020

  4. MHG Funds Global Trek To Raise Awareness About Plastic Pollution And Alternatives

    Recently, CEO of MHG, Paul A. Pereira announced the company is sponsoring an expedition to raise awareness regarding plastic pollution on a global scale

  5. Co-op City Joins e-cycleNYC Program

    Electronic Recyclers International (ERI), the nation’s leading recycler of electronics, has announced that Co-op City, the largest co-op housing development in the world, has joined the e-cycleNYC program

  6. ERI And Fresno Grizzlies To Receive 'Power Of A Partner' Award After Collecting More Than 40,000 Pounds Of E-Waste To Benefit Susan G. Komen Central Valley

    Electronic Recyclers International (ERI), the nation’s leading recycler of electronics, partnered with Susan G. Komen Central Valley, Business Street and the Fresno Grizzlies for a successful e-waste recycling collection event last week at Chukchansi Park

  7. Waste Services Of The Bluegrass, L.L.C. Announces It Has Begun Operations Of The Bluegrass Regional Transfer Station And 80% Of Lexington’s Waste Will Be Handled Through BGRTS

    Waste Services of the Bluegrass, L.L.C. (‘WSB”) a Lexington-based provider of a wide spectrum of solid waste services, announces that it has begun operations of the Bluegrass Regional Transfer Station (“BGRTS”) in a public-private partnership with Lexington Fayette Urban County Government (“LFUCG”) under a long term exclusive contract to manage LFUCG and third party waste.

  8. Waste Management Lawsuit: San Francisco's Department Of The Environment Improperly Steering $130M Trash Disposal Contract

    Waste Management of Alameda County, Inc. (WMAC) recently asked a California Superior Court to order the City and County of San Francisco to halt any further action to steer a $130M waste disposal contract to Recology, saying the Department of the Environment (DOE) has “betrayed the City’s obligation to the competitive procurement process”

  9. Yulong Eco-Materials To Commence Construction Waste Disposal And Recycling Business Operations Outside Of The Pingdingshan Area

    Yulong Eco-Materials Limited (“Yulong” or the “Company”), China based vertically integrated manufacturer of eco-friendly building products, recently announced that it has won a contract from an agency under the Central Government to haul construction waste in connection with the proposed high-speed rail line connecting the city of Zhengzhou in Henan province, and the city of Xuzhou in Jiangsu province

  10. E-cycleNYC Program Exceeds Projected Goals

    In a joint press conference held recently by the New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY), Electronic Recyclers International (ERI) and proactive manufacturers, it was announced that the City’s groundbreaking e-cycleNYC program is now serving more than 1 million residents