Atlanta organizations help turn food waste into a resource “It’s second nature at my house,” says Khari Diop of Think Green, a nonprofit focused on environmental education. He’s talking about … Continued
What sorts of things should the industry be looking at now, to prepare for the next five or six years? KANE: I would pay a lot of attention to cities that … Continued
Biderman, like many of his industry association colleagues, has also called for MRF operators to take extra care with the quality of their bales while working to educate Chinese officials … Continued
For too long, the U.S. has overlooked supporting and developing its own domestic end markets for recovered materials. It has relied on easy access to foreign markets with a seemingly … Continued
The Green Fence launched by the Chinese government in 2013, was an initiative designed to ensure that bales of imported recyclables, including paper and plastics, contained those recyclables and no garbage or … Continued
Connie Burns Scholarship Fund The sudden and unexpected loss or our dear friend and colleague in the summer of 2012 ignited the need to honor and remember her great work … Continued
On December 20, 2011, on The Dr. Oz Show (television) Dr. Oz and EPA Administrator Lisa P. Jackson had the following exchange at the conclusion of an interview on water … Continued
Click here to read the BioCycle article on Assessing Residential Collection of Source Separated Organics.
Click here to enjoy the picture slideshow presented at GRC’s 20th Annual Conference held in St. Simons, GA August 21-24, 2011.