Waste & Recycling Newsletter
June 09, 2011

This Week�s Featured News Stories
Waste Management Opens First Public Compressed Natural Gas Fueling Station in Camden
Waste Management of New Jersey today celebrated the grand opening of the first public-access compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station in Camden and announced plans to convert its regional fleet to this clean-burning, environmentally-friendly fuel. �Joining Waste Management at the event were officials from PetroCard, the City of Camden, the State of New Jersey, and the New Jersey Clean Cities Coalition. � The new "Clean N" Green Fuel" public fueling station, ...
ERI�s John Shegerian and Other Sustainable Business Visionaries Meet with White House to Discuss New Economic Design for U.S. Recovery
With lingering difficulties for the economy, members of the American Sustainable Business Council (ASBC), including John Shegerian, Chairman and CEO ofElectronic Recyclers International (ERI), the nation’s leading recycler of electronic waste, met with President Barack Obama’s Economic Development teams last week to lay out innovative strategies and policies to build the U.S. economy.  Shegerian and his fellow ASBC members met with Don Graves, from the President’s Council on Jobs and Development; ...
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