Here are this week’s waste management job listings, straight from our friends over at the Green Job Post. Take a look if you job-hunting…
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Could single stream trash disposal work without filling up landfills? A new business model – the “waste mall” – could remove the need to separate our trash.
Are waste sorting robots, which can sort materials more efficiently, an answer to recycling industry revenue woes?
After four years of hearings and court battles, Ameren Missouri will move ahead with a planned coal ash landfill in Franklin County, Missouri.
A new company in Portland, OR, is getting into the insulated concrete forms business, which means more Styrofoam kept out of the landfill.
France just passed a law banning destruction of edible food by larger supermarkets, and the Minnesota Twins are going all compostable with cups and plates.
British startup Winnow has created technology for food waste management, and received $900,000 in seed funding. Plus, recycling plastic at Dell.
Environmental engineers at the University of Cincinnati have figured out how to make biodiesel, plus other fuels & products, from inedible food waste.
The commercial materials exchange takes business waste from one place, and offers it for sale or use to organizations or other businesses that need it.
Every wonder how single stream recycling materials gets separated? Ohio waste hauler Rumpke walks you through the process in their Dayton, Ohio plant.
Despite the availability of clean and sustainable energy sources like solar, wind, hydropower, geothermal and biomass, many states depend on outdated and dirty energy sources. Ohio, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Missouri and Tennessee are among the most in need of an energy portfolio diversification.
When Michelle Obama announced plans for a White House kitchen garden, local foodies, gardeners, and health advocates rejoiced: what better way to promote the value of home-grown food than get the first family involved. It turns out that the Obamas aren’t the only executive family growing vegetables on the grounds of the official residence: a […]
Think the barrels normally used for rainwater harvesting are ugly? You’re not alone: that’s the response University of Akron art education professor Elisa Gargarella heard from friends in response to her own home rain barrel. Rather than put the barrel away, though, Gargarella found inspiration in her friends’ distaste: if people find them ugly, why […]