Across The Wire

  1. Brightmark Energy Announces Major Investment In Nation’s First Commercial-Scale Plastics-To-Fuel Plant
    11/9/2018

    Brightmark Energy, a San Francisco-based renewable energy development company, has acquired a majority interest and invested $10M in a groundbreaking plastics-to-fuel technology company, RES Polyflow, while committing to an additional $47M investment in the first commercial-scale plant to utilize this technology, which will be located in Indiana

  2. Agilyx And AmSty Announce Joint Venture
    11/8/2018

    Agilyx, the leader in converting waste plastics to low carbon fuels and chemicals, today announced it has signed a Letter of Intent with AmSty, a leading integrated producer of polystyrene and styrene monomer

  3. SC Johnson Accelerates Progress Boosting Plastic Recycling And Reuse
    10/28/2018

    Today, SC Johnson is announcing a series of commitments to further reduce its own plastic footprint, by boosting recycled plastic content in its packaging, supporting reuse of plastic bottles through concentrated refills, and launching an effort to make Ziploc® bags recyclable at curbside

  4. Waste Collection Company Turlock Scavenger Reports Significant Reduction In Maintenance Costs After Switching Its Fleet To Neste MY Renewable Diesel
    10/24/2018

    Turlock Scavenger, a waste collection and recycling company in Central California, has switched its fleet of diesel engine vehicles to run on Neste MY Renewable Diesel™ and is reporting significant reductions in maintenance costs

  5. Johnson County To Partner With Burns & McDonnell To Develop Solid Waste Management Plan
    10/18/2018

    Johnson County, Kansas, Johnson County Department of Health and Environment awarded Burns & McDonnell the contract to assist in developing a solid waste management plan (SWMP) to provide the vision and framework to guide future activities and develop the infrastructure, programs and policies needed to manage the county's solid waste for the next 25 years

  6. EESTech Announces ‘ThermaSand’ From Mine Site And Process Waste
    10/15/2018

    ThermaSand is produced from the application of EESTech's patent pending Inductosmelt Reduction Furnace (IRF), transforming environmentally hazardous slag waste into a valuable resource

  7. University Of Delaware Completes Life Cycle Assessment Of BioHiTech Digesters For Food Waste Management
    10/2/2018

    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 the results of an independent Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of its aerobic digester solution for food waste conducted by the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Delaware

  8. Enerkem Commits To Taking Action On Ocean Plastics Waste
    9/20/2018

    Enerkem Inc. (www.enerkem.com), a world-leading waste-to-biofuels and chemicals producer, announced today at the G7 Environment, Energy and Oceans Ministerial Meeting in Halifax, Nova Scotia, that it will be exploring opportunities to take action on ocean plastics waste and marine litter

  9. eos Products Launches National Recycling Program
    9/19/2018

    eos Products, known for its iconic lip balms, shave creams, and hand & body lotions, takes its commitment to sustainability to the next level with a partnership with TerraCycle, a global leader in recycling complex materials

  10. BioHiTech Subsidiary Receives Local Permit Approval To Build A HEBioT Resource Recovery Facility In Rensselaer New York
    9/18/2018

    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 the Company's subsidiary, Rensselaer Resource Recovery, LLC, has received local permit approval from the City of Rensselaer New York to build a 72,000 square foot HEBioT municipal waste processing facility on 23 acres of land in the city's southern industrial area