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  • Zero Waste - Zero Waste - Zero Waste

    The Planning Group of the Zero waste International Alliance defines zero waste as: “Zero waste is a goal that is ethical, economical, efficient and visionary, to guide people in changing their lifestyles and practices to emulate sustainable natural cycles, where all discarded materials are designed to become resources for other use.” I recently posted this question on ...


    By ABCOV Companies , LLC

  • Integrating RFID technology into Waste Management operations

    What would you do if you knew of an innovative technology that could be implemented throughout many waste management processes? One that could improve the efficiency of your hauling fleet and staff, help reduce pollution and return higher profits? Well, it’s here and if you haven’t already considered it, now is the time. With significant advancements realized over the last several ...


    By Waste Advantage Magazine

  • 10 Lessons From 10 Years of Food Residuals Diversion Planning

    Untitled Document A solid waste planner in ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Food scraps recovery in Ohio

    THE STATE of Ohio launched the Ohio Food Scraps Recovery Initiative in June 2007. Prior to the launch, there were internal discussions at both Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) for months and years prior to the formal announcement. In September 2007, the State invited grocers, haulers and composters to a stakeholders meeting to ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Facilities planning: expanding into your already too-small facility

    Pat yourself on the back. You’ve grown your business 5 to 10 percent for the past several years. Your business is going great and the future outlook is bright. You’ve been so focused on working to grow your business that one day you wake up and realize that you’ve outgrown your facility. Now none of us have ever run into that issue, right? Unfortunately, many of us have and it ...


    By Waste Advantage Magazine

  • 11 Things to assess before buying an Industrial Trash Compactor

    For business owners to have an efficient and cost effective business, it is necessary to have a proper trash management system in place. Industrial trash compactors make the waste management process trouble-free and environment friendly. Compactors significantly shrink the size of the waste, which in turn helps reduce pressure on dumpsters, landfills, and most importantly, on the Mother Earth. ...

  • Opportunity in disaster

    Abraham Lincoln said, “Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.” Preparation for chopping down a tree and planning for a disaster have a lot in common. This article will provide guidance on how to profit handsomely from disaster, if you are prepared. Just because your community is in the middle of a major disaster does not ...


    By Waste Advantage Magazine

  • Oil Field Production Wastewater Produce Water Treatment

    Produce Water Treatment Oil Drilling Produce Water Treatment Produce Water Produce water is generated from the oil field production of natural gas and ...


    By Integrated Engineers Inc.

  • Oil field Produce Water Treatment Case Study

    Produce Water Treatment Oil Drilling Produce Water Treatment Produce Water Produce water is generated from the oil field production of natural gas and ...


    By Integrated Engineers Inc.

  • Saticoy Wastewater Treatment Plant Saticoy Sanitary District Ventura, California - Case Study

    Project Overview: The Saticoy Sanitary District (Saticoy) owns the Saticoy wastewater treatment plant (WWTP). Saticoy contracts with Ventura Regional Sanitation District (VRSD) for engineering and operations expertise. The WWTP collects and treats the sanitary waste of approximately 400 residences, and 600 customers. Originally designed in 1955 as a simple septic tank, it was improved to ...

  • Treatment of industrial wastewater

    All industries produce some type of waste product, either from production, maintanance or both. These hazardous and non-hazardous wastes need to be properly stored, treated and discharged to a sewer system or otherwise disposed of. Wastewater treatment is a multi-stage process to renew wastewater before it is discharged to the municipal sewer system. The goal is tio reduce or remove organic ...


    By Newterra

  • Deep in the Dumps? How municipalities can avert a waste disposal crisis

    Municipalities across Canada are looking for economical and environmental methods to improve their waste management diversion methods. Some are scrambling to assess and extend landfill disposal capacity and others are trying to dramatically increase their diversion rates. Many are initiating a combination of strategies. Canada's largest city has arguably received the most attention with regard to ...

  • Strategic Abatement of Emission to Economically Support Development of High Profile Real Estate Adjacent to a Wastewater Reclamation Facility

    ABSTRACTThe Des Moines Wastewater Reclamation Authority operates a 97-million gallon per day regional wastewater reclamation facility (WRF) largely constructed in the mid 1980s to serve the greater Des Moines, Iowa metropolitan area. Originally constructed in a largely rural area, current plans for the area around the WRF establish a need for emissions control to reduce offsite odor impacts, in ...

  • Managing compliance: Hazardous Waste Management: Understanding EPA and state-level categories, numbers and reports

    Many companies often are surprised to discover exactly how much hazardous waste they generate. A company can be considered a hazardous waste generator if it uses, produces or stores anything from oil-based paint to hydrofluoric acid. If a company uses, stores or generates a certain amount of materials ranging from oil-based paint to hydrofluoric acid, it is required to register with EPA and ...


    By Verisk 3E

  • Food Waste Collection Companies Grow With The Flow

    On October 1, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ ban on landfill disposal of commercial organics from establishments generating one ton or more of food waste per week goes into effect. On the front lines of helping these businesses and institutions comply are organics haulers, many of whom have been offering their services for years. “Seven years ago, we were servicing about two dozen ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • NIMBY and building local political support

    “Proposed Landfill Project Derailed”; “Landfill Expansion Turned Down”; “Price Break Denied For Haulers Dumping Local Trash”; “Recycling Proposal Unanimously Rejected.” These are just some of the headlines the solid waste industry has seen recently. Across the country and abroad, well-planned waste projects are being denied at an alarming rate. ...


    By Waste Advantage Magazine

  • Zero waste on San Francisco’s horizon

    Diversion rate of 77 percent (and climbing) is a reflection of sound policy, committed municipality and willing waste hauler. Part I WHEN BioCycle visited San Francisco in April, we were invited to tag along with a British film crew making a documentary on how the world deals with its trash. Hosted by Academy Award winning actor Jeremy Irons, the project had landed in San Francisco because of the ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Beverage Manufacturer to Cut Disposal Cost

    THE PROBLEM A Pennsylvania general contractor with much experience within the beverage industry, saw that water utilization at a major food and beverage manufacturer’s facilities would benefit from an integrated approach to minimizing water consumption, while simultaneously optimizing boiler and cooling water treatment issues.  By adopting such an approach, the contractor planned to offer ...


    By Samsco Corporation

  • Rotomite application serving municipal WWTP, Decatur, Arkansas-case study

    As reported in WaterWorld, Serving the Municipal Water/Wastewater Industry In 1996, the Town of Decaur, Ark., purchased a self-propelled Rotomite 180-P dredging system as part of a new biosolids management program designed to reduce the cost of sludge disposal and to increase solids detention time in-plant. While less than 1,000 people live in Decatur, the town's wastewater treatment plant ...


    By SRS Crisafulli, Inc.

  • Landfills case study: trash isn’t always dirty

    Most of us don’t put a lot of thought into our trash once it leaves our front door; we may give it a cursory glance as it is hauled away never to be seen again. However, what many of us don’t know is that more and more of our trash—or the byproducts of it, at least—are being used in creative ways to power our daily lives. We never counted on it, but the trash is no longer ...


    By Waste Advantage Magazine

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