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  • Don’t Get Left at the Curb: Tips For Garbage Pickup and Storm Debris Collection
  • Study: Consumers See Value in Biodegradable Food Packaging
  • Minot, ND Purchases 320 Acres of Land for $4 Million to Extend Landfill Life by 60 Years
  • Hazardous Waste Collection Draws 25% More Drop-Offs
  • State Under Pressure To Clean Up Toxins From Closed LA Battery Recycling Plant
  • USC Sustainability Works to Reduce Tailgate Waste
  • New Leadership Elected for the Northeast Recycling Council & Ex Officio Board Members Appointed Leadership Elected
  • NWRA Hires Nelson as Sunbelt Regional Director
  • Can Technology Save Us as We Drown in Plastic Waste?
  • Garbage From Irma Will Fuel Florida’s Power Grid
  • Problem-Solvers Concentrate on Austin Waste, Recycling
  • Liebherr USA, Co. Celebrated the Opening of its Newest Location in Lodi, California with Small Opening Reception
  • Doosan Bobcat Donates Over $325,000 in Bobcat Equipment and Doosan Portable Power Light Towers and Generators to Assist with Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma Relief Efforts
  • First in the World Carpet Stewardship Program Improvement Bill Sent to Governor Brown
  • New Legislation Mandates Recycling at New York State Parks
  • Looming Chinese Import Ban Creates U.S. Recycling Bottleneck
  • Fort Worth’s City Council Approves 20-Year Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Plan
  • Lakeshore Recycling Systems Acquires Area Restroom Solutions, Expanding Its Chicagoland Portable Restroom Services Business by Over 20 Percent
  • Orange Coast College Debuts New $7.5-Million Recycling Center
  • Bid to Eliminate Solid Waste District Defeated