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  1. Petro Waste Environmental Officially The Largest Oil And Gas Waste Landfill Operator In The Permian

    San Antonio-based Petro Waste Environmental LP (PWE) today announced the opening of its Deep Six and Big Lake landfills in the Permian Basin

  2. ISWA Involved In A New E-Waste Project Under The Global E-Waste Statistics Partnership (GESP)

    The electronics industry is one of the world’s largest and fastest growing manufacturing sectors in the world, becoming an integral drive for our modern lifestyle and playing a crucial role in the improvement of the quality of life. Unfortunately, due to the fast design cycles of these products and unsustainable consumer habits, electronic waste represents a great load in the waste management system

  3. CCNY Study Shows Plastic Waste Can Be Converted Into Energy And Fuels

    Plastic waste is flooding our landfills and leaking into the oceans, with potentially disastrous effects. In fact, the World Economic Forum predicts that if current production and waste management trends continue, by 2050 there could be more plastic than fishes in the ocean

  4. Lakeshore Recycling Systems Solidifies Standing In Northern Illinois With Exclusive Residential Waste Partnership In The Village Of Lisle

    Lakeshore Recycling Systems(LRS), the Midwest’s leading independent recycling and waste diversion provider, today announced it has expanded its presence in DuPage County with the Village of Lisle. Effective July 1, 2018, this three-year residential contract for the Village’s nearly 11,000 units includes waste, recycling and yard waste collection services

  5. Dell Accelerates Toward 2020 Legacy Of Good Goals

    Dell Inc. released its annual 2020 Legacy of Good update today, continuing the company's long-term commitment to society, team members and the environment. The report summarizes efforts during fiscal year 2018 (Feb. 4, 2017 – Feb. 2, 2018). The report and corresponding activities are rooted in Dell's acknowledgement of its responsibility to realize a sustainable and prosperous future

  6. Supermicro Highlights Resource Saving Servers That Deliver Cost Savings While Maximizing Performance And Reducing E-Waste At CEBIT 2018

    Super Micro Computer, Inc. (NASDAQ: SMCI), a global leader in enterprise computing, storage, networking solutions and green computing technology, today is highlighting Resource Saving datacenter and cloud solutions with exhibits including systems for IoT applications, AI and Machine Learning, and all-flash NVMe storage at CEBIT 2018 from June 12-15 at the Hannover Fairground, Booth #A74 in Hall 12

  7. Local Entrepreneur Mass Producing Unique Environmental Product To Combat Plastic Waste Contamination Through Public Support

    Marc Mataya, Charlotte resident and serial inventor, created the Leaf Burrito®, a reusable yard waste removal bag, which is designed to help eliminate detrimental single-purpose plastic bags

  8. Sims Recycling Solutions (SRS) Introduces New E-Waste Separation Technologies In Eindhoven, The Netherlands

    Sims Recycling Solutions (SRS), a leading global provider of electronics recycling and IT asset disposition (ITAD) services, expanded their processing lines at the Eindhoven, Netherlands e-waste facility

  9. BioHiTech And Gold Medal Team Up To Help Temple University Reduce Disposal Costs While Having A Positive Impact On The Environment

    BioHiTech Global, Inc. ("BioHiTech" or the "Company") (NASDAQ: BHTG), a technology and services company that provides cost-effective and sustainable waste management solutions, today announced that Gold Medal Services, LLC ("Gold Medal"), a market leader in municipal, commercial, and industrial solid waste collection in the Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey markets, have teamed up to help Temple University reduce disposal costs while having a positive impact on the environment through a new bundled sustainable services offering driven by BioHiTech technology

  10. Veolia Has Renewed Its Contract With SMEDAR To Operate The VESTA Waste-To-Energy Plant In Rouen For Six And A Half Years For €116M

    VESTA can handle and recover up to 325,000 metric tons of household and assimilated waste collected from across the region. Treated in three furnace lines at a very high temperature (1000 °C), the waste generates up to 180 GWh/year of electricity of which 125 GWh/year – the equivalent of the city of Rouen’s consumption – is sold to the French electricity grid