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In the Spotlight: Caglia Environmental: Rooted in the Community

A fully integrated operation, Caglia Environmental is strategically setting their foundation for growth while giving back to their employees and areas that they serve.

Industry Trends: Now and Then: A Look Back at 30 Years of Recycling

As we continue to move forward and improve as an industry, keeping tabs on trends and changes will help recyclers of all sizes succeed in the decades to come.

Telematics: How to Allocate Fleet Resources Better with Telematics

You need to know where you have been, before you know where you are going. Telematics can help you get there. It is an automatic way to log information about where your vehicles and equipment are—and where they have been—as well as how they are used and performing.

Facilities Planning and Design: Evaluating the Challenges and Benefits of Constructing a Solidification Pit at your Landfill Facility

A landfill facility represents a large investment of capital and other business resources. Introducing a new stream of income from materials previously incompatible with landfilling can represent a way to help a landfill deliver improved returns on investment.

Fleet Management : What Waste Fleet Managers Want: An Industry Survey

Smart fleets have the power to transform their operations. They facilitate better customer service through automated service verification and real-time business intelligence analysis. They also improve safety through real-time driver visibility and reduce a fleet’s environmental footprint via route tracking and optimization.

Odor Control: Neutralizing Facility Odors with Plant-Based Solutions

Each facility’s odor situation is unique and can be as intricate as the odor composition itself. However, with safe, natural and scientifically proven plant-based odor solutions, facility managers now have the right tools available for complete elimination of odorous emissions.

Smart Technologies: The Five Success Factors for Digital Transformation in the Waste and Recycling Industries

Meeting digital challenges head-on—to stay relevant and competitive in the industry—requires a substantial transformation of the waste management and recycling business, whether it is municipal services or private haulers.

Landfills: Landfill Haul Roads: Another Avenue for Innovative Change

Haul roads are the backbone of every landfill, allowing millions of pounds of waste to be safely and efficiently disposed of. As we see more and more landfills embracing new technologies, haul roads could last longer, keep people safer and make the environment healthier.

Disaster Management: How Air Curtain Burners Fit into Disaster Response Plans

Including an air curtain burner system in your disaster response plan can efficiently handle cleanup of natural disasters or accidents.

Safety: The A-B-C’s of Safety: Easy. Simple. Effective.

When a site embraces the A-B-Cs of Safety approach and manages it consistently, employees will create a deeper understanding of what safety is all about and their role in ensuring a safer environment for everyone.

Smart Technologies: Tackling Domestic Organics Recycling

It is time to rethink how we collect our recycling streams and what metrics we are tracking for success.

Hazardous Waste Management: Hazardous Waste Treatment: Onsite, Transfer Station or Landfill?

Hazardous waste has properties that make it dangerous or capable of having a harmful effect on human health or the environment, because it is generated from many sources and comes in many forms: liquids, solids, gases and sludges. It is going to take a herculean effort along with the willingness to invest in the development of new hazardous waste treatment technologies.

Waste Equipment: Efficiency that Goes to Waste: Choosing the Right-Size Roll-On Container for Refuse Hauling

Because there is a substantial amount of other refuse that needs hauling from building projects, demolition jobs and disaster clean-ups, consider not only what type of container you need, but the most efficient equipment available.

Odor Control Case Study: Odor Control by Atomized Mist Aids Sugar Beet Processing

With odor management as the company’s top priority, Michigan Sugar’s odor complaints have been down since implementing BossTek’s solution.

Management Case Study: Growing the Bottom Line

Two years ago, Mike Kochergen, President and Owner of All Valley Environmental and Green Valley Recycling, found a simple way to measurably reduce costs and increase profits—without any substantial investment or disruption. Today he continues to enjoy the benefits of what he discovered back then.

 

 

 

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