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.
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Our latest round of waste management jobs, fresh from our sister site the Green Job Post. Recycling management and sales, plus others…
With professional maintenance and routine care, manufacturers typically estimate a 10-15 year lifespan for heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems. So, when the time comes to replace your home’s malfunctioning or outdated model, give some thought not only to making room for the new unit, but also disposing of the old HVAC unit responsibly. Familiarize Yourself […]
A startup focused on rescuing ugly produce finds an investor on Shark Tank. Plus, automated trash collection still needs some tweaking…
Here’s our latest weekly round-up of waste management jobs currently listed at sister site the Green Job Post.
I’m not a surfer, a scuba diver, or a triathlete, so the idea of neoprene wetsuits as a waste stream never really occurred to me. And while I have no idea how many of these products end up in the landfill each year, I do know that neoprene can’t be recycled through conventional means (i.e., […]
The holidays are over, and that means it’s time to get out of holiday mode. So after a month without Waste Biz posts, we’re getting back on track here. Looking forward to an exciting new year in the waste industry! As a former Las Vegas resident, my attitude towards the mammoth CES (Consumer Electronics Show) […]
The new year is underway, and that means the job listings over at Green Job Post are starting to roll in. Ready to get 2016 off to a really good start with a new position in the waste industry? We’ve got a run down of some of the most recent waste management jobs over at […]
Looking for waste management jobs? We’ve got the latest listings in recycling and waste handling from our sister site, the Green Job Post.
A small Japanese town is well on its way to zero waste. But does the model its chosen, heavily focused on recycling, stand a chance of being replicated?
3D Brooklyn wanted to use waste plastic to print 3D items. By partnering with Terracycle, they came across a good answer: post-industrial potato chip bags.
Indian roads will have some plastic waste in them, as the country’s Supreme Court has ordered such recycling of this waste stream.
The first Green Festival in Portland, Oregon will handle wastes by using tried & true methods, plus inspiration from its very sustainable host city.