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Waste and Materials Management Program - Trends
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Setting a new direction for New York, State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Pete Grannis today announced the release of the draft Solid Waste Management Plan, "Beyond Waste: A Sustainable Materials Management Strategy for New York." The plan sets forth a new approach for the state - a shift from focusing on "end of pipe" waste management to reducing waste from the start - that will help minimize waste, increase the use of materials that can be reused or recycled, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and increase green jobs. The proposed solid waste management framework seeks to bring municipalities, ...
In February 2009, analog TV transmissions will end. In 2012, cable companies will no longer be required to send out an analog signal. Most older computers cannot meet Windows Vista operating system requirements. Cell phone usage increases every year. According to EPA figures, of 2.25 million tons of obsolete electronic products ready for end-of-life management in 2007, 18% by weight was recycled and 82% was disposed of, primarily in landfills but also in storage. This Tap The Power highlights select resources on the environmental, international, and ... Read More
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