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  1. ERI Provides Data Destruction, ITAD And Electronics Recycling Solutions For Indiana’s E-Waste Problems

    As the glut of toxic e-waste -- the fastest growing sector of the waste stream -- continues to build, the nation’s leading electronics recycler has stepped up to the plate for businesses, government agencies and individuals in the state of Indiana. ERI, the nation’s leading fully integrated IT and electronics asset disposition provider and cybersecurity-focused hardware destruction company, maintains eight state-of-the-art e-waste recycling centers, including the world’s largest e-waste recycling facility, in Plainfield, Indiana,

  2. AMP Robotics And Ryohshin Partner On New Industrial Automation For Construction And Demolition Recycling

    AMP Robotics Corp. (“AMP”), a pioneer in artificial intelligence (“AI”) and robotics for the recycling industry, and Ryohshin Co. Ltd. (“Ryohshin”), a leader in waste management technology in Japan, recently announced a partnership to make and sell AI-driven industrial robotics for material recovery in the Japanese Construction and Demolition (“C&D”) market

  3. Waste Management Energy Services Acquires Petro Waste Environmental From Tailwater Capital To Expand Service To The Oil And Gas Industry

    WM Energy Services Holdings, LLC, an indirect subsidiary of Houston-based Waste Management, Inc. (NYSE: WM), today announced the acquisition from Tailwater Capital of Petro Waste Environmental, a leading provider of comprehensive oilfield environmental services and solid waste disposal serving the Permian Basin and Eagle Ford Shale Play, the most economically active oil and gas producing regions in the U.S. With its oilfield solid waste disposal solutions, waste-handling capabilities and conveniently located disposal sites catering

  4. ERI Provides ITAD, Data Destruction And E-Waste Recycling Solutions For New England’s E-Waste Problems

    As toxic e-waste continues to mount as the fastest-growing sector of the world’s waste stream, the nation’s leading electronics recycler has stepped up to the plate for businesses, government agencies and individuals in the state of Massachusetts and the surrounding New England region

  5. Walmart Announces New Plastic Packaging Waste Reduction Commitments

    Walmart recently issued a bold new set of plastic waste reduction commitments by leveraging its massive private brand program. The new commitments, announced at Walmart’s annual supplier forum, are expected to impact over 30,000 SKUs

  6. ERI Provides Data Destruction, ITAD And e-Waste Recycling Solutions For Colorado’s e-Waste Problems

    As toxic e-waste continues to be the fastest growing sector of the world’s waste stream, the nation’s leading electronics recycler is stepping up to the plate for businesses and individuals in the state of Colorado

  7. Republic Services Strengthens Commitment To Reduce Fleet Emissions With Expanded Adoption Of Redeem Renewable Natural Gas (RNG)

    Republic Services, Inc. recently announced an agreement that represents the widest geographic usage of Clean Energy Redeem renewable natural gas (RNG) in North America

  8. Sealed Air Joins New Global Alliance To Help End Plastic Waste In The Environment

    Sealed Air Corporation recently announced they have joined the Alliance to End Plastic Waste, a new global organization comprised of nearly 30 companies to date making a five-year commitment to invest $1.5B in solutions to help eliminate plastic waste in the environment

  9. B&W Announces Turnover Of U.K. Renewable Energy Project Featuring Advanced Waste Combustion Technology

    Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises, Inc. (B&W) announced recently that its Denmark-based subsidiary, Babcock & Wilcox Vølund, and its project partner, Interserve, have successfully turned over a renewable energy plant project near Dunbar, East Lothain, Scotland, to the customer, Viridor

  10. Plastics Environmental Council To Develop Biodegradation Standard For Plastics Additives And New Certification Seal
    The Plastics Environmental Council (PEC) recently announced the sponsorship of a research study to produce the first standard specification for the landfill biodegradation of petroleum- and natural gas-derived plastics that have been treated with additives that enhance biodegradation