Supplier News

  1. Ontario Announces Next Steps To Improve Recycling And Tackle Plastic Waste

    Ontario is taking action to improve recycling across the province and address the serious problem of plastic pollution and litter, as committed to in our Made-in-Ontario Environment Plan

  2. ERI Brings Circular Economy Innovations To Pacific Northwest

    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 one in Sumner, Washington processing and responsibly recycling hundreds of thousands of pounds of e-waste every year

  3. Sacramento Hires SCS Engineers To Optimize Waste Management Program

    The County of Sacramento, Department of Waste Management & Recycling (DWMR) is contracting with SCS Engineers to study and analyze how to optimize the routing, collection, and disposal of municipal solid waste, green waste, organics, and single-stream recycling in the unincorporated area of the county

  4. Plans Submitted For The First Waste To Jet Fuel Plant In The UK And Europe

    Altalto Immingham Limited, a subsidiary of Velocys and a collaboration with project co-investors British Airways and Shell, has submitted a planning application to develop what is expected to be Europe’s first commercial scale household and commercial solid waste to sustainable fuels plant in North East Lincolnshire

  5. Despite Uncertainty Over Recycling, Consumers Aren’t Backing Down

    While headlines over the past few years might lead you to believe otherwise, the reality is that Americans say they are still recycling at the same rate, despite having little confidence that their recyclables actually get recycled. A national poll conducted by Mason-Dixon on behalf of the Carton Council showed that 85% of respondents report they recycle. While people say they are still recycling, they aren’t confident in what happens to those materials once

  6. From Trash To Treasure: Electronic Waste Is Mined For Rare Earth Elements

    Rare earth elements are the “secret sauce” of numerous advanced materials for energy, transportation, defense and communications applications. Their largest use for clean energy is in permanent magnets, which retain magnetic properties even in the absence of an inducing field or current

  7. GFL Announces Acquisition Of Alpine Group's Vancouver Island Solid Waste Business

    GFL Environmental Inc. ("GFL") announced today that it has acquired the Vancouver Island solid waste operations of Evergreen Industries Ltd., part of the Alpine Group

  8. Charah Solutions Awarded 30-Acre Landfill Construction Contract In Central Florida

    Charah Solutions, Inc. (the “Company”), a leading provider of environmental and maintenance services to the power generation industry, recently announced that it recently was awarded a landfill construction contract in central Florida

  9. SUEZ And Five Capital Sign An Agreement For A Majority Stake In EDCO, A Saudi Hazardous Waste Management Company

    SUEZ and Five Capital Fund I (a Saudi CMA-regulated fund) signed an agreement to acquire a controlling stake in Environment Development Company (EDCO), a Saudi hazardous waste management company

  10. Illinois American Water Prevents Over 31,000 Tons Of Treatment Byproducts From Entering Landfills Through Farmland Application Program

    In 2018, Illinois American Water partnered with Illinois farmers to apply over 31,000 tons of residuals and biosolids, rather than sending them to a landfill. In total, 31,448 tons of water treatment residuals and wastewater treatment biosolids from Illinois American Water’s Champaign County, Granite City, Streator and Chicago Metro service areas were applied to agricultural fields across the state. According to Ryan Schuler, environmental compliance supervisor for Illinois American Water and manager of the