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Listen Story audio 4min 35sec Soda bottles, milk jugs and all kinds of plastic containers zip along a conveyor belt in a big warehouse just west of Fosston. As each item breaks a light beam, an optical scanner decides what kind of plastic it is, triggers a burst of air and blows...
BUCKHANNON — On March 28, the City of Buckhannon and Upshur County Solid Waste Authority will proclaim April as “Make It Shine” month in the city and Upshur County. City and county residents with waste collection service through the City of Buckhannon...
Bossier Parish Police Jury and Renewaste workers put the finishing touches on one of three new recycle bins. (Courtesy photo) Bossier Parish’s recycling program is about to be re-energized now that negotiations with a new service provider have been completed. Director of Purchasing Jim...
At mid-ocean ridges, such as the one that runs along the full length of and 3 kilometers below the surface of the Atlantic Ocean, new oceanic plate material forms as the plates on either side are pulled apart and hot underlying mantle rises to fill the space. Material spreading from the ridge cools into...
Processing 270,000 tons a year, this is the largest approved single site for recovering post-consumer packages. Picture: SteinertChristian Hündgen opted to work with Steinert because it is an one-stop shop for magnetic separation, non-ferrous metal separators and NIR technology, meaning he therefore has to spend less time on coordination. What is more, alongside the proven UniSort PR sorting...
At BIR’s upcoming World Recycling Convention & Exhibition in Singapore (20-22 May 2019), the Keynote Session on Tuesday, 21 May at 15.00 will be featuring a highly inspirational and knowledgeable expert strategist, speaker and moderator.Dr Gabrielle Walker helps businesses from many different sectors everywhere in the world to address global challenges—with a focus on climate change, plastics, sustainability,...
PITTSBURGH — On March 5, Pittsburgh City Councilperson Erika Strassburger introduced an overhaul of the city’s municipal waste and recycling code in an effort to streamline and clarify the existing City Code. The legislation codifies policies for the storage and set-out of waste and recycling containers, clarifies the responsibilities of tenants and landlords and reinforces that recycling is mandatory...
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