Recycle any electronic assets in Orange County, CA

Recyclecomputer equipment, networking gear, entertainment equipment, mobile, servers, medical or other office electronics in Orange County.

Santa Barbara County, California reaches settlement on Tajiguas Landfill

The county will bet its landfill budget on recycling revenue, but market volatility may prevent the call for 75% of the landfill budget to come from the recycling program to fall short.

Grant provides link to new sewer system

… becomes available. The county engineer’

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What Can Be Recycled | eWaste Recycling Computers, Electronic Assets | TechWaste Recycling

Free Pickup for eWaste Recycling Assets. Computers, Monitors, PCs, Lighting, Batteries, Medical & Office IT Equipment - Recycled by TechWaste in California.

2 Midwestern cities advance composting programs

Iowa City, Iowa and Ann Arbor, Mich. are both hoping to boost resident participation and divert more organic waste from landfills.

The Law And Quarantine In The Time Of Ebola

… Louisiana will not accept

The future of nuclear power in the US is bleak

… costs, decreased production of

Pennsylvania MRF to become one of first to take flexible packaging

The Materials Recovery for the Future initiative has partnered with J.P. Mascaro & Sons to launch this high-profile pilot, which according to Resource Recycling Systems, will process the fastest-g

California recycling centers form new trade group in fight for survival

Protect CRV will help organize and advocate for a sector of the industry that has seen hundreds of closures in recent years.

Recycling Perks' Bill Dempsey: 'trash and recycling is local'

Given the upheaval in the recycling industry, Dempsey's company looks to improve efficiencies through localizing programs through partnering with businesses, nonprofits and community outreach.

National Business Group on Health urges employers to anticipate effects of opioid crisis

Before implementing a solution, an employer must determine the extent to which the epidemic has infiltrated the company.

Rubicon brings 'smart city' tech to Montgomery, Alabama

The technology will provide data on vehicle patterns and routing to help the city's sanitation department improve efficiency and customer service.

State bill could relax California recycling requirements due to China impact

The latest version of AB 3108, progressing through the senate, would allow CalRecycle to factor in market effects when assessing compliance with state recycling targets.

The world of watermaster - newsletter 2014

Restore and protect the environment, build and maintain the infrastructure - this is the goal and purpose of Watermaster dredgers and for nearly three decades Watermasters have been solving these chal

The world of watermaster - newsletter 2015

The growth of urban population is a trend that is likely to continue in future decades. More than half of the people globally are already living in densely populated areas. More people means more stra

Anti-WTE bill fails to progress in New York

A bill aimed at stopping the Circular enerG project passed the Senate, but didn't get finalized by the Assembly before the state's legislative session ended for the year.

As EPA approves Oklahoma coal ash program, researchers find widespread contamination

While the agency approved the first state permit program for coal ash disposal, a review from Ohio Valley ReSource and WFPL showed "ubiquitous" groundwater contamination in the Ohio Valley.

Shredder investment reduces fuel consumption by 60% at Waste to Energy plant

Construction and commercial waste management specialist Rabbit Waste Management Ltd has more than halved the energy required to power its shredding line, resulting in cost savings of approximately £6

Pollution events, treatment technologies and smart sewers: GWI analyses regulatory trends in the water industry

Recent public health crises and new monitoring technologies have raised the profile of water quality issues around the world, shaping global regulatory trends & quality standards, and creating new

Big data, Sludge, and Privatisation: Outlook for water until 2022

The deployment of smart systems, big-data technologies, and decentralised solutions for water treatment is expected to grow in the next five years as ageing infrastructure, leakage management, and int

PEL Solar Compacting Bins Installed by the Paris Municipality

Paris Municipality has installed fourteen PEL Waste Reduction Equipment

Take-Home Lead Exposure Dangers for Families of Some Workers

Today, in the United States, there are a number of rules and regulations in place that are designed to protect workers from occupational exposure to lead hazards. Unfortunately, these are not always f

Research Collaboration to Hold Decarbonisation Tests in Support of Clean Growth Initiative

A Swansea University research collaboration is to carry out field trials of its very large scale decarbonization technology in support of Government's recently announced clean growth initiatives.

TechWaste Recycling Expands Services to Secure Product Destruction

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PR Newswire press release about TechWaste Recycling’s Achievements

On July 20th 2015, PR Newswire published a news release about our recent achievements at TechWaste Recycling, LLC. We are a progressive electronics waste management company that benefits many busin

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