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  1. Two Ontario Municipalities Resume Foam Polystyrene Recycling Program
    5/29/2019

    Residents and businesses in the Ontario municipalities of Brockton and Hanover now have the opportunity to recycle polystyrene foam, thanks to a $9,700 grant from the Foam Recycling Coalition

  2. Digimarc Barcode Scores High On Recycling
    5/29/2019

    Digimarc Corporation (NASDAQ: DMRC), inventor of the Intuitive Computing Platform (ICP™), has recently completed its participation in Pioneer Project HolyGrail initiated by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation's New Plastics Economy

  3. New Recycling Technology For Heavy Duty Military Batteries
    5/21/2019

    NUST MISIS scientists together with JSC "Shchelkovo Plant of Secondary Precious Metals" developed an innovative cascade method for purifying silver from spent batteries used in submarines and military aircraft. Secondary use of pure precious metal from one such battery can help saving up to 500 million RUR for creating a new one

  4. Sun Pacific Holding Corp Announces Updates On Its Medical Waste To Energy Project And With Street Smart Outdoor Advertising Operations
    5/21/2019

    Sun Pacific Holding Corp. (Other OTC: SNPW) announces that it has achieved several new milestones in its progress towards the development of the Company’s Rhode Island medical waste to energy project and with Street Smart Outdoor advertising operations

  5. SUEZ Selected To Optimize The Recycling Of Household Waste Of Somerset County In The United Kingdom
    5/17/2019

    In the United Kingdom, the county waste management authority of Somerset - Somerset Waste Partnership (SWP) - has selected SUEZ as preferred bidder to help deliver a comprehensive new recycling service across Somerset from 2020

  6. Emerson Helps North America’s Largest Convention Center Convert Food Waste To Energy
    5/15/2019

    As the nation’s food industry descends on Chicago for the latest culinary inspiration at the National Restaurant Association Show, there’s at least one item that won’t be on the menu: food waste.

  7. Governments Agree Landmark Decisions To Protect People And Planet From Hazardous Chemicals And Waste, Including Plastic Waste
    5/11/2019

    Decisions on plastic waste have been reached today in Geneva, as approximately 180 governments adopted a raft of decisions aimed at protecting human health and the environment from the harmful effects of hazardous chemicals and waste

  8. SC Johnson Applauds Cleanup Efforts To Combat The Plastic Waste Crisis
    5/10/2019

    A concerted cleanup effort among governments, citizens, NGOs and businesses over the past few years is helping to improve waterways and oceans around the world. Fisk Johnson, Chairman and CEO of SC Johnson, recently visited the Philippines and Panama to see firsthand the advancements being made to save the oceans from plastic waste

  9. Idaho’s Fremont County Taps Access Idaho to Process Solid Waste Payments
    5/9/2019

    Fremont County Landfill customers can now pay for their solid waste fees using a credit or debit card at the county’s two landfill locations. By using Access Idaho’s payment engine, the county can accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover cards at its landfills in St. Anthony and Island Park. The payment engine integrates with the county’s landfill scale management software, SMSTurbo, created by third-party vendor Creative Information Systems. “Both of our landfill sites

  10. BioHiTech Global Receives Initial Multi-Unit Order For Its New Sapling Food Waste Digester From A Regional Grocery Chain In The Northeast US
    5/9/2019

    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 it has received an initial multi-unit product order for its new BioHiTech Sapling® food waste digester from a regional grocery chain operating 19 locations in three Northeastern states