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  • Watch Your Waste: The Problem with Airline Food and Packaging
  • Shortage of Landfill Drivers Creates Mountain of Garbage
  • Call2Recycle’s Charge Up Safety Campaign Spotlights Battery Recycling Safety
  • New Yorkers Could Soon be Charged for Trash Collection Services
  • Marion County Energy-from-Waste Facility Celebrates 30 Years of Operations
  • Anthony Casagrande Honored at HD Vest’s Premier Advisors’ Forum
  • Research at AAEA Annual Meeting Involves Diving into Dumpsters
  • California Lawmakers Extend Landmark Climate Change Law
  • Minneapolis Curbside Composting Yields High Interest, Less Organic Waste than Expected
  • Recycling Carts Could Put Michigan’s Recycling Rate Up with Other States
  • How ‘Catalytic Philanthropy’ Could Solve Global Waste
  • Drink Tap Water – It’s Worth It
  • New Report Addresses Both Imperatives of the Food Waste Epidemic: The Need to Reduce It, and the Need to Put Waste That Can’t Be Eliminated to Productive Use
  • The Future of Biodegradable Paper, Bio-Based Plastics
  • Mack Trucks Teases New Highway Hero
  • Kent County, MI seeks to expand its South Kent Landfill
  • Delmont, PA Awards Hauling, Recycling Contract to Republic Services
  • A Neat Skateboard Trick: Recycling Old Plastic Bags to Make Boards
  • RubiconPro Adds Fuelman, TAC Energy Discounts for Independent Hauling and Trucking Fleets
  • Recycling Industry Adopts Position on Use of Degradable Additives in Plastic Packaging