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Slough council called for scrapping ‘unfair’ bin charges

PROPOSED charges for new wheelie bins ‘unfairly penalize’ households, Slough Labor backbenchers say as they call on the council to scrap the plans. The new fees for residents wishing to replace their gray (waste) or red (recycling) binswhich are between £37 (180L) and £370 (1110L), will see this take effect …

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UN General Assembly: 5 burning climate issues for world leaders gathered in New York

This week, more than 150 world leaders are expected in New York to address the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). Named the “biggest diplomatic week of the year” by the UN, it serves as a unique forum for member states to discuss international issues. Topics on the agenda are likely …

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Brussels faces legal challenge over ‘green’ gas and nuclear labeling

The European Commission is facing legal challenges from two environmental organizations over its labeling of gas and nuclear as “green” under a scheme designed to channel investment into climate-friendly projects. Greenpeace, the campaign group, and a separate alliance of environmental bodies, including Client Earth and the World Wildlife Fund, said …

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Fossil Free Penn Camp returns to College Green, calling for divestment and action UC Townhomes

Fossil Free Penn at their camp on College Green on September 15, 2022. Credit: Ana Glassman Fossil Free Penn is camped “indefinitely” on College Green, demanding that Penn preserve townhouses in college town and divest from fossil fuels. Students began setting up tents on September 14. According to College junior …

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One of these 5 teenagers will win nearly €10,000 to develop their own solution to climate change

An app that detects disease in crops and a tool that uses fish scales to scavenge heavy metals from wastewater are just two of the bright ideas from this year’s Children’s Climate Prize finalists. Young people aged 12 to 17 submitted their environmental and climate solutions to the Children’s Climate …

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Switzerland chooses a site near the German border for the storage of nuclear waste | Swiss

The Swiss authorities have chosen a site in northern Switzerland, not far from the German border, to host a deep geological repository for radioactive waste. After nearly 50 years of searching for the best way to store its radioactive waste, Switzerland is preparing for its “project of the century”, to …

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Human waste dumped next to a popular footpath, Winooski River in Bolton

Rubbish bags filled with human waste and toilet paper are thrown down a hill along a footpath in Bolton in an undated photograph. Photo by Green Mountain Club Editor’s Note: This story by Lisa Scagliotti was published in the Waterbury Roundabout on September 3. Bolton town officials and Green Mountain …

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Cats and dogs could face food shortage under EU green jet fuel bill – EURACTIV.com

An EU green light for using certain animal parts to make sustainable jet fuel will decimate the pet food industry, leading to a shortage of nutritious food for pets, the association says European pet food trade. Under revised rules proposed by the European Parliament and Council, the EU’s Green Aviation …

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School art competition to discover creative visions for Newcastle’s sustainable waste future

The City of Newcastle is inviting school children to share their visions for a circular economy in an art competition launched today to promote sustainability and resource recovery. The winning works will be featured on two waste collection trucks and numerous public bins across the city, with the art competition …

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Using Your Leftover Green Food | News, Sports, Jobs

Dear Heloise: Save “green” food scraps (potato peelings, carrot peelings, celery ends/leaves, etc.) in a container in the freezer. When full, remove leftover frozen green waste and boil to make vegetable broth. Strain, then use the broth for cooking. You can place boiled leftovers in the appropriate trash …

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What is this smell? It could be blue-green algae – City of Mississauga

At this time of year, blue-green algae can become an unwanted guest during your visit to the lake, river, or waterfront park. Blue-green algae blooms appear in late summer and early fall and can be harmful to your health, the environment, and our local drinking water source. Knowing how …

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RMIT engineers create new green concrete with used tire rubber

Taking a decisive step towards a circular economy in the construction industry, a team of engineers from RMIT University used rubber from discarded tires to create a new type of concrete. The new, greener and lighter concrete uses recycled tire rubber to replace all conventional aggregates such as gravel and …

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NYK invests in Ship Waste to Fuel business

Presentation of the ISOP system. Image credit: NYK / Sustainable Energy Co. Ltd. Japanit is NYK said to have invested in Sustainable Energy Co. Ltd. (Sustainable Energy), a company developing a new technology that uses subcritical water treatment to convert organic waste into fuel. Subcritical water is water maintained in …

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SF’s funniest new restaurant isn’t perfect. But that’s part of the point

Shuggie’s Trash Pie + Natural Wine arrived in San Francisco’s Mission District looking like a glamorous drag queen, ripping wigs left and right with her distinctive glitter bomb aesthetic and chic furniture and tableware. anatomical inspiration. Early writings made room to address the sculpture of Elvis, the hand-shaped chairs that …

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Rumpke Focuses on Education and Career Development with Columbus MRF

When Rumpke Waste & Recycling announced plans to build a $50 million Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) in Columbus, Ohio, much attention was paid to the cutting-edge technology that would be incorporated into the MRF, with Rumpke officials calling the MRF “a center of most technologically advanced recycler in the United …

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EXPLAINED: How to waste less in the garden

As you begin your big yard cleanup at the end of summer, think about what you could throw away. Squeaky old tools, dull shears, debris from bedding plants and gluts of vegetables can all end up in the trash. Still, there are plenty of simple ways to avoid waste, if …

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Green Shed: Reducing waste in the circular economy

With eBay and the public becoming aware of the value of their unwanted items, Sandie Parkes feared Canberra’s iconic reuse operation, the green shedcould shrink and die. “But instead it gets bigger and bigger! …an explosion in the number of people buying more and more stuff. Sandie Parkes in the …

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Benglauru residents protest Electronic City waste treatment plant

Residents of Chikkanamangala in the Electronic City district of Bengaluru demonstrated on Wednesday demanding the closure of a waste treatment plant because of the stench and leachate emanating from it. Pranay Dubey, president of E-City Rising (a federation of residents’ welfare associations), said: ‘Heavy pollution from this factory since 2018 …

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Acer Day raises 1.38 million pesos for GreenEarth Heritage Foundation, 20 tons of plastic waste compensation for The Plaf

The Acer Day 2022 ambassadors, led by the kings of P-pop SB19, performed in front of huge crowds at SM MOA Arena, but what made the event even more special was that the Acer Day 2022: The Green Mark Concert was for a good cause: helping save the environment. The …

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A sustainability class at a college in Chennai

Shasun Jain College for Women students get a bird’s eye view of composting, thanks to an initiative at Kannammapet Cemetery Shasun Jain College for Women students get a bird’s eye view of composting, thanks to an initiative at Kannammapet Cemetery About 300 meters from the Shri Shankarlal Sundarbai Shasun Jain …

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The climate change tech the Cut Inflation Act could fund

To the naked eye, direct air intake machines look like shipping containers stacked on top of each other, towering over open stretches of land. They are designed to remove carbon: either by sucking it out of the air and storing it deep underground, or by turning it into something solid, …

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Illegal dumper caught in the act as city battles plague

A Ceres resident learned the hard way Friday that the city is serious about cracking down on illegal dumping. A city worker walked down El Camino Avenue south of the Pine Street Overpass and witnessed Jimmy Belcher of Ceres pulling discarded items from the backyard of a Sixth Street property …

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ACT partners with the federal government to build new composting and recycling facilities and cut emissions by a third

The federal government has announced $13 million in funding for a new large-scale composting facility in Canberra. Key points: The facility will divert 50,000 tonnes of food and yard waste from landfills each year A new materials recovery center will also be built to improve the quality of recycled products. …

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Where does our green waste go? Behind the Scenes of Ventura County Green Recycler

Another lorry drives to Agromin’s head office in Oxnard to unload its load – a load that began its journey being collected in our green waste containers, before being transported here – to one of the largest facilities Ventura County and State Green Recycling Centers. “People just pull out their …

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What a digital product passport could mean for recyclers

The European Union is leading the way with regulations designed to improve the environmental footprint of products and trade in general. Two key aspects are reducing the carbon footprint of products to cope with climate change and the overall life cycle of materials through to ultimate end-of-life treatment. This last …

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Researchers develop antimicrobial coating from agricultural waste

The team smeared the nanocomposite on personal protective equipment (PPE) and demonstrated its effectiveness in killing bacteria. DBT-CIAB scientists are constantly investigating ways to develop value-added products from different bioresources A research team from DBT-CIAB (Center for Innovative and Applied Bioprocesses), Mohali, has developed a nanocomposite using lignin and cadmium …

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From waste to energy source! This EV charging station uses food waste for electricity generation

Mumbai got the first electric vehicle charging station powered by organic waste in May this year. This one-of-a-kind project was conceptualized, executed and commissioned by GPS Renewables, a leading bioenergy company, with support from the Biotechnology Industry Research Assistance Council (BIRAC) and AeroCare Clean Energy. The station, the first of …

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Increased algal blooms in June led the state to investigate two prominent North Carolina lakes

Photo: NC DEQ Algal Bloom webpage Warmer summers spurred by climate change likely make more and more bodies of water in NC unsafe There have been more than 300 public reports of algae bloom in North Carolina this year, 100 in June alone, according to the North Carolina Department of …

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Department of Justice investigating Houston for illegal dumping, including of medical waste and human bodies

The Justice Department announced last Friday, July 22, that the department’s Civil Rights Division would open investigations into the city of Houston amid complaints of illegal dumping in black and Latino neighborhoods. They will determine whether Houston police and other departments violate civil rights and discriminate against blacks and Latinos. …

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Food expiration dates cause 20% of food waste – and the science is surprisingly weak

florida listeria epidemic has so far resulted in at least one death, 22 hospitalizations and an ice cream reminder since January. Humans contract listeria, or listeriosis, infections by eating soil-contaminated food, undercooked meat, or raw or unpasteurized dairy products. Listeria can cause seizures, coma, miscarriage, and birth defects. And it’s …

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Sustainable Recycling Program for Hunter Region Botanic Gardens – News from the region

Tomago Aluminum team members with volunteers from Hunter Area Botanic Gardens and Port Stephens MP Kate Washington with the new equipment. The Hunter Region Botanic Gardens Sustainable Recycling Program offers a new shredder for its Caterpillar skid steer loader. Tomago Aluminum representatives, site technical manager Magali Gendre and executive assistant …

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Woodlanders urge city to take climate action at community giving event – Daily Democrat

Nearly 50 Woodland residents and stakeholders participated in the city’s Sustainability Advisory Committee Environmental Community Forum last week at the Leake Center, located inside the Woodland Public Library at 250 First St. The Saturday afternoon event allowed attendees to share their ideas, concerns and questions about environmental issues in Woodland …

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2022-07-15 | OTCPK:MSVI | Press release

ESTERO, Fla., July 15, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Marijuana Strategic Ventures, Inc. (the “Company”) (OTC: MSVI) announces updates on progress in its three focus areas: healthcare, innovation, and research and development. In Healththe Company has secured the sourcing of the 4 Telogenix products currently referenced on the site, www.mushroomsinc.com, as …

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the service puts Coast on the path to net zero

A new era of waste collection has begun on the Sunshine Coast. Queensland-based family business JJ’s Waste & Recycling has taken over the region’s waste collection services. This coincided with the start of Sunshine Coast Council’s expanded garden organics collection service, which will see an additional 45,000 households recycle their …

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Successfully managing Jinni waste

Islamabad: While almost the whole country watches helplessly as the piles of waste on every corner of towns and cities grow bigger and bigger every day, there are four slums in Islamabad that are successfully dealing with waste Jinni, presenting a solution manageable to the rest of the country. The …

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More jail time for South Yorkshire prisoner who sprayed guards with ‘disgusting and dangerous’ mixture of human waste

A July 7 hearing at Sheffield Crown Court, sitting remotely at Grimsby Crown Court, heard how HMP Lindholme inmate David Green committed crimes of administering a noxious substance against three prison officers in the space of just under two months. Prosecuting attorney Stephanie Hollis told the court that at the …

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By reducing food waste, we can all save money

Published: Monday 04 July 2022 Oldham Council encourages residents to save around £720 a year by reducing food waste and recycling better. By getting the most out of your food and not throwing it away, you could help your money grow. Planning your meals, storing food properly, and using up …

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RivCo budget reveals priorities in the Coachella Valley

County budget funds local priorities in Coachella Valley and Blythe communities PALM DESERT – Riverside County’s new budget, which takes effect today, July 1, includes funding for key priorities in the Coachella Valley and Blythe region, benefiting residents of cities and unsettled communities. incorporated as the fourth district of the …

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Rotorua landfill charges will increase from July 1

Rotorua landfill. Photo/NZME Rising costs and government levies have forced an increase in Rotorua’s landfill charges, says the Rotorua Lakes Board. The general waste charge will increase by $19.83 per tonne, reflecting an increase of $10 per tonne in government taxes and an increase in the cost of goods and …

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In the midst of the crisis, only 18% of treated wastewater is reused in Delhi

While reusing treated wastewater can reduce pressure on freshwater sources in the city, only a small fraction of the wastewater Delhi currently generates is reused. According to Delhi Jal Board officials, the city reuses around 18% or 100 MGD (million gallons per day) of the 528 MGD of treated water …

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Tobacco tea toxic to plants, people

Q: I have read about the use of tobacco tea as a biological pesticide. The Internet has several sites that explain how to make tea with tobacco leaves or with cigarette butts. Once the tea is brewed, add some dish soap and spray on the plants to kill all kinds …

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8 eco-responsible festivals to do around the world this summer

Dancing in the rain covered in mud. Wear sequin and neon leotards. Swinging to your favorite tunes in the middle of a field. The untold horrors of the portaloos. Drinking on the socially acceptable day. There are so many unique things about festivals and it’s easy to see why they’re …

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Masters champion Scheffler tied for 2nd at US Open at Brookline

Placeholder while loading article actions BROOKLINE, Mass. — Scottie Scheffler stood in the eighth fairway at the Country Club and waited for his ball to stop rolling. When it did, he took a few steps to his left and tried a third time to climb the false front protecting the …

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Environment Officials Praise New Providence Eco Park as Leader in Sustainability – Eye Witness News

More than 50 tonnes of waste diverted from landfill per year NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Government officials and a delegation of more than 70 representatives from the Department of the Environment visited New Providence Ecological Park (NPEP) on Monday, June 13 to observe how the organization is progressing in sustainable waste …

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Last chance to throw away your trash this spring during Recycle Utah’s Dumpster Days

Dumpster Days will be held at Recycle Utah Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and, according to Recycle Utah Executive Director Carolyn Wawra, these are the last Dumpster Days until this fall. So if you’re really thinking about cleaning up your yard, or if you have some …

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Scientists are developing ‘green’ alternatives to cement

Concrete is the second most used material in the world. We need it to support bridges, buildings, patios, stairs, counters, etc., and its use has increased and tripled in the last forty years. The essential building material includes water, coarse aggregates, such as sand and gravel, and a binding agent …

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“Create memories, not waste”: why green weddings are the need of the hour

A wedding is considered one of the most auspicious and special days in life. Months before the real wedding, people meticulously plan every detail to ensure the event runs smoothly. However, despite being a joyous occasion, weddings are also somewhat synonymous with waste – leftover food, floral decoration, loud music …

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Cambs village beset by birds and overflowing rubbish after bins were not collected in time

In the generally quiet village of Bottisham, bins overflowed and rubbish was strewn everywhere after rubbish could not be collected earlier this week. This has apparently led to an invasion of birds and other animals which are tearing up the constantly building garbage bags and only making the dire situation …

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Firefighters respond to a mulch fire at a compost site off Ky. 914

June 7 – A mulch fire at the Pulaski County and Somerset City Compost Landfill Site off East Ky. 914 blanketed the area in smoke on Monday but was not considered a hazard. Pulaski County Recycling and Solid Waste Coordinator Danny Masten told the Commonwealth Journal he arrived at the …

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urapakkam: Chennai: Remove encroachments on Lake Urapakkam, says National Green Tribunal | Chennai News

CHENNAI: The National Green Tribunal South Zone (NGT SZ) has ordered the Chengalpet District Collector to remove all encroachments on Karanai-Puducherry Lake in Urapakkam, a suburb of Chennai. A joint committee, set up by the court to address issues related to the illegal discharge of sewage and the dumping of …

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After Decades in Jail, California Man Found Innocent in Gang-Related Murder – GV Wire

A California man who spent 21 years in prison for a gang murder he says he did not commit has been found innocent by a judge, authorities said Wednesday. Alexander Torres appeared at a press conference with Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón and members of the California Innocence …

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€180,000 for food waste reduction projects – McConalogue

Agriculture, Food and Marine Minister Charlie McConalogue today (Tuesday 31 May) confirmed funding of €180,000 for projects to reduce food waste. The announcement comes as National Food Waste Recycling Week, which encourages people to recycle their food waste and contribute to a circular and green economy, kicked off yesterday. MyWaste.ie’s …

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Ludhiana: Manufacturing unit staff caught dumping waste in greenbelt

Ludhiana MC officials seized the vehicle and filed a complaint with the police and the Punjab Pollution Control Board for further action As locals fret over rising pollution, staff at a saddle-making unit, Surindra Saddles, were caught dumping untreated electroplating waste into a greenbelt during a phase 5 of Focal …

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Big Tobacco is killing the planet with plastic. No smokescreen should be allowed to hide this | Vinayak Prasad and Andy Rowell

Jit is the most common source of plastic pollution in our environment these are not bottles, plastic bags or food packaging, but cigarette butts. Smokers almost choke 800,000 metric tons of cigarettes each year, enough cigarette butts to cover New York’s Central Park. They are present in every country on …

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Solid Waste Management Market Report 2022 with Scope, Manufacturing Basics, Key Players Strategy and Forecast to 2028: Hitachi Zosen, Keppel Segher, Recology, Covanta Energy, Green Conversions

Global Solid Waste Management Market The research report provides key analysis on the state of the Solid Waste Management market with top facts and figures, meaning, definition, SWOT analysis, expert opinions and latest developments worldwide. The report also calculates the market size, sales, price, revenue, gross margin, market share, cost …

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Conditions prompt Cal Fire to suspend burning

Growing fire danger due to continued drought and hotter, drier conditions in the region prompted Cal Fire to suspend all burning permits for outdoor residential burning in Alpine, Amador, El Dorado counties , Sacramento and San Joaquin, officials announced last week. The suspension takes effect at midnight on Monday, May …

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Port St. Lucie Halts Recycling Pickup Service to Allow Waste Pro to Catch Up on Trash Collection

Port St Lucie – Thursday 19 May 2022: The City of Port St. Lucie will temporarily suspend curbside recycling services effective Monday, May 23 so Waste Pro can focus on backordered garbage collection service. The pause is indefinite. It will be lifted once Waste Pro catches up. For those who …

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Waste collection equipment to be deployed at heritage sites

LAHORE: To promote green and well-maintained tourist sites in Punjab, the tourism department will deploy waste collection equipment including dumpsters at 25 heritage sites. The Punjab Tourism for Economic Growth Project (PTEGP) handed over the machines to the Department of Tourism during an International Conference and Exhibition (ICE) 2022 in …

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How a nationwide salon group is working to reduce its massive carbon footprint

While a trip to the hair salon may be for cosmetic purposes, the reality of these beauty services comes at an environmental cost, with millions of pounds of waste being thrown away each year. To help combat the problem, an environmental organization of approximately 4,000 participating hair salons across the …

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Former TO Waste Mangement hauler suffers another setback

In the latest setback by waste hauler Waste Management in its campaign against rival Athens Services, the Thousand Oaks planning commission ruled this week that Athens’ proposed new truck dispatch center can go ahead. Waste Management, one of two companies replaced last year by Athens as the city’s waste collector, …

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Cummins Highlights Natural Gas Decarbonization Opportunities

At a press event at the Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo, the California Natural Gas Vehicle Partnership (CNGVP) partnered with Cummins Inc. to showcase its near-zero-emissions 15-liter X15N natural gas engine for the North American freight transportation market. Along with the announcement, CNGVP announced that in 2021, the energy-weighted carbon …

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This Bronx Housing Complex Comes With A Giant Machine Stomach To Turn All Food Waste Into Fertilizer

Rendering; Gilbane Development Corporation A new community housing development in the Bronx will feature a cool piece of kit: an on-site aerobic digester that can turn 1,100 pounds of food scraps into 220 pounds of high-quality fertilizer every day. Built by Harp Renewables, it’s basically a big, bacteria-filled stomach that …

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bmc: Bmc will evacuate 140 slums in the city | Bhubaneswar News

Bhubaneswar: In view of the cyclone, the Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Saturday identified 140 slums from where residents will be evacuated to shelters.After consulting with the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), BMC officials said heavy rain with winds reaching 40-50 km/h could hit the state if the cyclonic storm recurves …

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Meijer prevents 1 million pounds of food from going to waste

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — To date, Meijer has saved more than a million pounds of food from landfill. Instead, good food nearing its sell-by date has been sold at reduced prices, part of a company-wide effort to both promote sustainability and create value for Meijer customers. Using an app called …

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No burning of yard waste – Deer Park Gazette

Map courtesy of the Washington State Department of Ecology It is illegal to burn yard and yard waste because the town of Deer Park is in an Urban Growth Area (UGA). This begs the question: What are my alternatives for getting rid of my yard debris? According to the Spokane …

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Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation to convert green waste into biofuel | Bombay News

Green waste collected in the city by the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) will soon be processed and turned into biofuel, also known as briquettes. This is a pilot project aimed at making the best use of waste collected in the city. The main objective behind the proposal is to …

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Green finance is preparing to finance the combustion of waste in cement kilns | News | Eco-Enterprise

The cement industry, a major source of greenhouse gas emissions, may soon be eligible to tap green finance markets to pay for waste that will be burned as fuel in its kilns. While the industry touts this as a way to reduce its reliance on fossil fuels, environmentalists say it …

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Amesbury named to the LEED program, a green feather in its hat | News

AMESBURY — The city has become the only municipality in New England to be accepted into the 2022 Sustainability and Equity Accelerator through the LEED for Cities Local Government Leadership program. The LEED for Cities Local Government Leadership Program helps local governments committed to reducing climate change and advancing resilience …

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Weekly Spotlight: Start your journey to waste reduction without getting overwhelmed!

Reducing waste and reducing food waste can be overwhelming, especially when there’s a lot going on in the world. It is important to remember that the small steps are the ones that count. Plus, there are many ways to get started, and there’s an endless list of ways to start …

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Green wedding ideas for an eco-friendly and affordable celebration

Couple donates food from canceled wedding reception to Ohio shelter This couple served a good amount of food and smiles. (Credit: The City Mission/Caroline Stoltzfus) With earth day and wedding season is in full swing, many people are turning to eco-friendly ways to have a lasting marriage in 2022. “Your …

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SL Green’s One Vanderbilt tower sees record New York rent

Marc Holliday of SL Green with a Vanderbilt tower (SL Green Realty Corporation) A square foot of office space — about what a pair of sneakers takes up — would never have rented for more than $300 a year in New York City. But now a Canadian environmental services company …

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Reduce food waste with gleaning – Royal Examiner

Easter Brunch and Eggs Benedict go hand in hand. This version with smoked salmon is a real treat. Start to finish: 25 minutesServings: 4 Ingredients • 1 tablespoon of white wine vinegar• 3 tablespoons of lukewarm water• 3 egg yolks• 3/4 cup melted butter• 1 tablespoon of white vinegar• 8 …

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Students continue the Go-Green initiative

LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) — The student group Entrepreneurial Action for Us (Enactus) at Wayland Baptist University continues its greening initiative by encouraging students, faculty and staff to reduce, reuse and recycle. While making drastic changes is difficult, Enactus hopes people will make choices that benefit the environment. The student entrepreneur …

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Enbridge Gas and Ontario Waste Management Association Announce RNG Project to Decarbonize Waste Collection Trucks

The successful launch of this innovative technology will significantly reduce emissions in from Ontario transport sector Renewable natural gas (RNG) is a carbon-neutral energy source that offers a tremendous opportunity to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the waste collection sector. (CNW Group/Enbridge Gas Inc.) TORONTO, April 12, 2022 /CNW/ – …

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Blue Lake Rancheria composting program powers community garden and food for elders – Times-Standard

As California municipalities attempt to comply with Senate Bill 1383, the new law requiring cities and county jurisdictions to offer composting services, the Blue Lake Rancheria Tribe Composting Program aims to serve as a model for Humboldt County. Humboldt County has a patchwork of local composting initiatives, but there is …

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Napier City Council helps fund home composting

Laura owns one of the Bokashi composting systems available for home use. Napier City Council estimates that over 50% of the waste that goes to the Napier landfill is litter. When organics, compostable green waste and food scraps are mixed with other waste, they don’t degrade and this valuable nutrient …

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Operations Manager – Local Services and Waste Management

About Us:Local services and waste management carry out a lot of daily work to keep the city clear and clean. Emptying bins and collecting recyclable materials is one of our key services for the city.Newcastle City Council is holding alternating weekly collections for wheeled bins from domestic properties in the …

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Solid Waste Management Market 2022 Outlook Analysis by Major Key Players

New Jersey, United States,-The Solid Waste Management market reports study a variety of parameters such as raw materials, cost, technology, and consumer preferences. It also provides important market identification information such as history, various expansions and trends, trade overview, regional markets, trade and market competitors. Solid Waste Management Market Report …

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Organics Recycling Update: Multi-Family and Commercial Businesses

Notices will soon be mailed to all multi-family and commercial businesses providing information on how to start organics collection services. Organic waste reduction legislation came into effect in January 2022, requiring all residents and businesses to separate organic materials (e.g. food waste, yard waste) from garbage and other non-organic recyclable …

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Red Bluff Police complete final phase of Honda Hills cleanup – Red Bluff Daily News

RED BLUFF – The Red Bluff Police Department completed the second and final phase of cleanup of the Honda Hills area north of Red Bluff on Tuesday afternoon. The day-long cleanup filled 14 medium-sized dumpsters with 55,000 pounds of debris and trash, in addition to the first phase haul. In …

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Adur and Worthing bin strike: Rubbish continues to pile up as two more weeks of industrial action are threatened

The GMB union has informed Adur and Worthing councils that its members in the refuse, recycling and cleaning service will continue to strike for the next two weeks, until Sunday April 10 inclusive. “Unfortunately this means there will be no more waste, recycling, green waste, commercial waste or bulky waste …

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Two more weekends: the free collection of green waste related to the storm continues

An excavator piles up green waste as people dump it Friday afternoon at the Rise Gold site off Brunswick and East Bennett roads, where Nevada County is offering free storm-related green waste disposal. This marks the second of three weekends and continues from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. today and …

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Three popular Bethesday takeouts test new green program to reduce waste

Located on the main street of Bethesda, there are several takeouts and three of the best known are now participating in a new program to help reduce plastic. Funded through grants, these takeaways will replace their usual polystyrene takeout boxes with biodegradable alternatives. The affected locations are Mabinogion Chip Shop, …

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Pandemic costs York Region’s waste management budget $2.2 million

The region is still struggling with about 10 kilograms more per capita in curbside waste generation than pre-pandemic levels With piles of used masks and more curbside household trash, York Region is facing new litter challenges brought on by the pandemic. The region is still grappling with about 10 kilograms …

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All the reasons why your bin will not be emptied on collection day

Missing a bin drive can frustrate residents, to say the least, whether you forgot to turn it off or your route was completely missed. Bins are generally emptied every two weeks on Merseyside, on a rotational basis and must be “clearly visible” to bin collectors. You can report a missed …

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Ocean City Organization’s Food Waste Management Program Receives Donation | News

Eco-conscious restaurant owners with the idea of ​​converting food waste into compost received a $1,000 check from the Sierra Club on Tuesday to expand its program, allowing more restaurants to participate in the program. Josh Chamberlain, founder and executive director of Go Green OC, and Garvey Heiderman, director of composting …

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Mesa County Landfill Plans to Begin Charging Commercial Compost Depots in April | Western Colorado

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Waste-to-Energy Facility Disposal Passes Now Available Year-Round for Spokane Residents | Straight from the source

From City of Spokane: Beautification and cleanup efforts in the Spokane neighborhood have received a boost. The part of the city’s neighborhood cleanup program in which residents can apply for a disposal pass at the Waste-to-energy facility at 2900 S. Geiger Blvd. changed from a seasonal program to a year-round …

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left does not let the Ukrainian crisis go to waste | The Jewish Press – JewishPress.com | Daniel Greenfield | 7 Adar II 5782 – March 10, 2022

Photo credit: courtesy artist, Bosch Fawstin The Biden administration is doing everything possible to exploit the Ukraine crisis while doing nothing to stop it. His policies are a long list of left-wing agendas that cynically betray the people who are fighting and dying on the ground doing nothing to actually …

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6 zero-waste sunscreens that protect your skin and the planet

Longer, warmer days are coming our way, which means spending many more time in the sun. And when you spend more time in the sun, protecting your skin from the sun’s harmful rays is crucial to preventing sunburn, premature aging and skin cancer. But how can we do this while …

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Dominic Perrottet admits some flood-affected areas had a ‘sense of abandonment’ and pledges to review disaster response

New South Wales Premier Dominic Perrottet has revealed why the response to the floods has fallen short, offering a heartfelt apology to the communities affected by the floods. New South Wales Premier Dominic Perrottet admitted the state’s response to the floods could have been bigger in issuing an apology to …

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Greenlid’s compostable containers fight fast food waste

In 2014, tired From the sludge and stench involved in emptying their household green bins, brothers Morgan and Jackson Wyatt developed Greenlid, a fully compostable organics container. It was deceptively simple: a compact bucket made of biodegradable cardboard. The not-so-simple part: the creation of a proprietary waterproof additive that prevents …

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Waste Ditch Advisor – Central Queensland Today

Livingstone councilor Glenda Mather doesn’t smile about illegally dumped waste By Trish Bowman Enjoying a leisurely drive from Yeppoon on Monday, Livingstone Shire councilor Glenda Mather witnessed a sight that had her boiling with rage. Cr Mather said he discovered vegetation strewn across the road creating a safety hazard and …

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Several big changes in the 2022 outlook

In this edition of Activity Reportwe briefly address the fourth quarter 2021 results released by all publicly traded solid waste companies in February and summarize the guidance for 2022, as well as discuss significant new actions taken by several of the companies and detailed at the follow-up conference calls. The …

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City of Spokane to Resume Yard and Food Waste Pickup February 28 | Straight from the source

From City of Spokane: Spring is fast approaching and the City of Spokane will resume curbside yard and food waste pickup on Monday February 28. The optional yard waste service operates from March to November and the yard waste and food carts are collected on the same day as the …

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The community market aims to combat food shortages, wastage

TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) – A new community market will begin serving the northeast Tucson area on Saturday, February 26. The market is hosted by Borderlands Produce Rescue, a Nogales-based nonprofit, in partnership with United Cerebral Palsy of Southern Arizona. It will be held at 630 North Craycroft Road …

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