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 are trying to recover value from organics and get that out of the waste stream. That will radically change the incentives and the levers at hand, in regard to waste collection and volumes. It will upend some business models, and it will create new ones. That’s something I’d pay a lot of attention to. The growth of seeing organics as a resource, instead of as a waste stream.