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Edmonton is recognized as a global leader when it comes to environmentally friendly practises and sustainable waste management, and now plans are under way to build the world’s first industrial-scale waste-to-ethanol facility here. The $70 million facility will convert 100,000 tonnes of trash into 36 million litres of ethanol annually, reducing Alberta’s carbon footprint by more than 6 million tons over the next 25 years and diverting 90 percent of municipal waste from landfills, compared to the current 60 percent diversion rate. The trash will come from the Clover Bar Landfill at the Edmonton Waste Management Centre, a ...
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Historic Coal Ash Disposal Regulations Finally Proposed By EPA
After months of anticipation, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) released its 563-page proposal for regulating the disposal and management of coal combustion byproducts (“CCBs”) from coal-fired power plants.  Instead of offering a single approach, EPA requested comments on two options for regulating CCBs.  The first would regulate CCBs as a new “special waste” subject to many of the requirements for hazardous waste, while the second would regulate CCBs in a manner similar to typical solid waste, subject to far fewer and less stringent environmental requirements.  EPA would lead the first approach, the ... market research, surveys and trends
Clean Energy Jobs and American Power Act (S.1733)
The Center, founded in 1985, is an environmental organization dedicated to protecting the environment, enhancing human, animal and plant ecologies, promoting the efficient use of natural resources and expanding participation in the environmental movement. Comparison of Kerry-Lieberman Bill to House Greenhouse Gas Bill ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Although proposed again on May 12, 2010Senator Kerry's Office lists the language below as the current bill. FULL TEXT A SUMMARY OF THE CLEAN ENERGY JOBS AND AMERICAN POWER ACT AS INTRODUCED September 30, 2009 SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE: “ ... market research, surveys and trends


Solid Waste Management
22 percent (1.25 million tons) of waste generated in 2000. However, ... County waste management programs are financed through a variety of mechanisms. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Municipal Solid Waste in the United States: 2007 Facts and Figures
About 64 percent (20.9 million tons) of yard trimmings was recovered for composting or ...... Protection Agency, Office of Solid Waste Management Programs. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
NEW SERVICE SPOTLIGHT: Waste Management, Recycling, and Diversion from IEA
Combining the industry experience of veteran waste and recycling leaders, IEA offers premium, national, and international, full service sustainable waste management, recycling, and diversion services for facilities of all types and sizes. “Our goal for IEA is to set a new standard in sustainable waste management,” said Aaron Furman, CEO of IEA and former senior executive at Oakleaf Waste Management. Through leadership in sustainable waste solutions, an alliance with The Boston Group, DC Environmental, Boston Plastics, and Boston Group Mexico, an asset-light management model, and commitment to service, IEA seeks to transform the ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Queensland School Students To Become Waste Busters
Primary schools throughout Queensland are being asked to cut their waste by half under a new program launched at Yeronga State School today. Climate Change and Sustainability Minister Kate Jones and Member for Yeerongpilly Simon Finn unveiled plans to make every school a recycling hub. "Over the next two years we want to see waste from schools going to landfill cut by 50 per cent," Ms Jones said. "That's why the Bligh Government is teaming up with the Australian Packaging Covenant to roll out the 'Do the right thing, use the right bin' project in schools across Queensland. "Queenslanders are ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Solid Waste Management Programs
Special Waste Programs. Household Hazardous Waste. Central Transfer Station. Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) items are not picked up at ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
and purchase waste disposal services. A waste management program will convert ... A Zero Waste Management Program starts by looking at the back end of the ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Nutrient/Waste Management at WVU Extension Service
The WVU Extension Service nutrient/waste management program provides environmentally sound and economically feasible solutions to nutrient/waste management problems. Educational materials and programs, technical assistance, and research efforts promote good stewardship of natural resources through nutrient/waste minimization/utilization and recycling strategies. WVU Extension Service On-Line Resources Fundamentals of Nutrient Management Training Course  Presentations - Jan. 9, 2003 - (pdf format) Development of Nutrient Management Plans Manure Testing Water Quality and ...
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"The Zero Waste Management (ZWM) extends the principles of recycling to form a circular system where as much of the original material as possible is reused. Discarded materials are not seen as garbage in need of disposal but as valuable resources in need of new application." "Chemist Paul Palmer, who was the first to use the term in the mid-1970s, says that zero waste depends on the redesigning of industrial, commercial, and consumer goods. While recycling contents itself with attempting to deal with goods after they have become waste materials." "Dr. Metodio Palaypay, a former professor of the UP College of Medicine and ...
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