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Solid and Hazardous Waste Chapter 16. WHAT ARE SOLID WASTE AND HAZARDOUS WASTE, AND WHY ARE THEY PROBLEMS? Section 16-1.

that industries and communities have used to reduce resource use, waste, and pollution. –Redesign manufacturing processes and products to use less material and energy. –Develop products that are easy to repair, reuse, remanufacture, compost, or recycle. –Eliminate or reduce unnecessary packaging. –Charge consumers by amount of waste they throw away but provide free pickup of recyclable and reusable items. –Establish cradle-to-grave responsibility laws that require companies/


Solid and Hazardous Waste Chapter 21. Rapidly Growing E-Waste from Discarded Computers and Other Electronics.

discarded solid materials into new, useful products.  Five major types of materials that can be recycled: paper products, glass, aluminum, steel, and some plastics. Primary, closed-loop recycling Recycled into new products of the same type Secondary recycling Waste products are turned into different products  Types of wastes that can be recycled Preconsumer: internal waste (manufacturing) Postconsumer: external waste (consumer use) Preconsumer waste makes up more than ¾ of the total. There Are Two Types/


Recycling Programs VANESSA KINAN DIANNE DELOSSANTOS ANN LOFT MILES HIRATA.

reprocessed before it’s used again Recycle – refers to the conversion of waste into basic materials so they can be made back into new products Rebuy – buying recycled products & product packaging Diverting – the process of preventing waste from going to the landfill Recycling Strategies: Aluminum Pros: ◦Saves energy ◦Reduces greenhouse gas emissions ◦Creates jobs ◦Quality of metal lasts longer after being recycled Recycling Strategies: Glass Pros: ◦Can be recycled constantly ◦Creates jobs ◦Making glass/


Solid and Hazardous Waste

repair Secondary Pollution and Waste Prevention Reduce products Repair products Recycle Compost Buy reusable and recyclable products Waste Management Treat waste to reduce toxicity Incinerate waste Bury waste in landfill Release waste into environment for dispersal or dilution Fig. 21.4, p. 521 Trends in Municipal Solid Waste in 2009 61 million tons of MSW (excluding composting) was collected through recycling. Composting recovered about 21 million tons of waste. 29 million tons of waste was combusted for/


Copyright © 2004 TC Associates Teaching and Learning Programme – Recycling and Rubbish Reduction in East Riding of Yorkshire Lesson texts.

glass bottles, returnable plastic crates, shoes, spectacles or even computers. Some products are designed to be reused a number of times. Copyright © 2004 TC Associates Recycling Discuss what you think is meant by recycling of waste. Recycling means turning rubbish into new products. Lots of things can be recycled. In East Riding of Yorkshire a kerbside recycling scheme means you can recycle:  Paper  Magazines  Food and drink cans  Plastic bottles Copyright © 2004 TC/


Jason Sanders TDS Green School Solutions 14 th Annual Texas Recycling and Sustainable Summit Oct. 4 th, 2011.

- Padres Middle School Pilot Program- AISD 4 Elementary Schools 4 Months Implemented Single Stream Recycle and Composting Trained and Educated Students, Faculty, and Staff Diverted over 50,000 lbs of food waste School Recycling Program Magazines Newspaper File Folders Office Paper Paper Products Food Boxes Shipping Boxes Cardboard/ Boxboard Plastic #1-7 Metal Aluminum Glass Empty Containers School Composting Program Vegetable Scraps Proteins Dairy Pre/


Reducing Solid Waste. Source Reduction: Is any change in design, manufacture, purchase, or use of materials or products to reduce their amount or toxicity.

: Have less packaging Last longer Are reusable Coach Hall’s Consumer Complaints Reducing Waste Manufacturers could: Redesign products to use less materials Design products that are easily repaired. (Interchangeable parts) Recovering Resources Recycling is the process of reusing materials or recovering valuable materials from waste or scrap. Making products from recycled materials usually save energy, water, and other resources. Example: 95% less energy is needed to produce aluminum/


Solid Waste Disposal & the 3R’s. Big Ideas Problem: We live in a single use, throw-away society that encourages the consumption There is no “away” – Trash.

e-waste How to dispose of E-Waste What we are currently doing: The Electronic Waste Recycling Act mandates and funds a program to ensure the collection and proper disposal of e- waste Most of the US’s e-waste is shipped to developing countries (China, India, Pakistan) to be recycled. Less than 20% of e-waste is actually collected for recycling How to dispose of E-Waste What we SHOULD be doing: – Manufacture products that/


Northeast Missouri Solid Waste Management District – Region “C” Department of Natural Resources Grant Project: Earth Friendly Outdoor Classroom Recycling.

an aluminum can than to process raw materials to make a new aluminum can. So by recycling we cut down on the environmental damage and conserve our natural resources. When you purchase a product that has not been recycled part of the cost of that product includes the cleaning up of wastes and limiting emissions. Often damage to our environment is not always realized until years later. One/


Solid and Hazardous Waste Chapter 21. Core Case Study: E-waste—An Exploding Problem (1)  Electronic waste, e-waste: fastest growing solid waste problem.

Can handle large amounts of waste Slow decomposition of wastes Filled land can be used for other purposes Output approach that encourages waste production No shortage of landfill space in many areas Eventually leaks and can contaminate groundwater 21-5 How Should We Deal with Hazardous Waste?  Concept 21-5 A sustainable approach to hazardous waste is first to produce less of it, then to reuse or recycle it, then to/


Solid and Hazardous Waste Chapter 16. Three big ideas The order of priorities for dealing with solid waste should be to produce less of it, reuse, and.

closed-loop, recycling—materials are recycled into new products of the same type. Secondary recyclingwaste materials converted into different products. There are two types of recycling Key questions about recycling: –Do the items that are separated for recycling actually get recycled? –Do businesses, governments, and individuals complete the recycling loop by buying products that are made from recycled materials? Composting is a form of recycling that mimics nature’s recycling of nutrients Involves using/


Recycling 101 Christina Seidel, Executive Director.

-waste roundup events Over 2,800,000 units or 53,500 tonnes of electronic components recycled Eligible Products and Recycling Fees Regulated advance disposal surcharge Televisions 18-inch screen and smaller: $15 19-inch to 29-inch screen: $25 30-inch to 45-inch screen: $30 46-inch and larger screen: $45 Computer Equipment Computer monitors (LCD and CRT): $12 CPUs and servers (also covers recycling of/


Solid and Hazardous Waste Chapter 21. Core Case Study: E-waste—An Exploding Problem (1)  Electronic waste, e-waste: fastest growing solid waste problem.

Can handle large amounts of waste Slow decomposition of wastes Filled land can be used for other purposes Output approach that encourages waste production No shortage of landfill space in many areas Eventually leaks and can contaminate groundwater 21-5 How Should We Deal with Hazardous Waste?  Concept 21-5 A sustainable approach to hazardous waste is first to produce less of it, then to reuse or recycle it, then to/


1 Municipal Solid Waste Recycling in Taiwan Shou-Chien Lee Recycling Fund Management Board, Environmental Protection Administration, R.O.C. (Taiwan)

and promote separation of waste and recyclable. (4) Recycling Fund Financed by producers RFMB plans and implements recycling programs. Funding Sources Municipal Collection System Workshop on Policy Development for Green Productivity Promotion 17 10-13 March 2015, Taipei Workshop on Policy Development for Green Productivity Promotion 17 10-13 March 2015, Taipei Four-in-One Recycling Program Waste Money Product Waste Subsidy Manufacturer or importer of products Recycling Fund Recycling Fund Management Board/


Recycling in the IVAR - region Sibiu, 3.-4. november 2009 Tron Ree, Chief engineer IVAR IKS.

for bulky domestic waste (Sele and Forus) All waste fractions we sort for recycling Organic waste Paper / cartons / cardboard Glass Assorted metal Plastic package Demolition wood Recycling stations for bulky domestic waste (continue ) Impregnated wood EE-waste (electronic / electric products) Hazardous waste Textiles Garden waste Residual waste Total 24000 tons/year Incineration plant Forus (Sandnes) Residual waste for energy recovery Total 42 000 tons/year of residual waste Domestic waste (28 000 tons/


17 TH MILLER/SPOOLMAN LIVING IN THE ENVIRONMENT Chapter 21 Solid and Hazardous Waste.

. 21-9, p. 565 There Are Two Types of Recycling (1) Primary, closed-loop recycling Materials recycled into same type: aluminum cans Secondary recycling Materials converted to other products: tires Types of wastes that can be recycled Preconsumer: internal waste Postconsumer: external waste There Are Two Types of Recycling (2) Do items actually get recycled? What are the numbers? We Can Mix or Separate Household Solid Wastes for Recycling (1) Materials-recovery facilities (MRFs) Can encourage/


17 TH MILLER/SPOOLMAN LIVING IN THE ENVIRONMENT Chapter 21 Solid and Hazardous Waste.

. 21-9, p. 565 There Are Two Types of Recycling (1) Primary, closed-loop recycling Materials recycled into same type: aluminum cans Secondary recycling Materials converted to other products: tires Types of wastes that can be recycled Preconsumer: internal waste Postconsumer: external waste There Are Two Types of Recycling (2) Do items actually get recycled? What are the numbers? We Can Mix or Separate Household Solid Wastes for Recycling (1) Materials-recovery facilities (MRFs) Can encourage/


2015 Go-To-Market: Recycling. Agenda 2 Category Review State of the Market Recycling 101.

options –Convenient hinged top –Folding retainer bands hold can liners securely and out of sight –Three item specific openings with protective vinyl trim to support all recycling programs –Indoor recycling option Classics –Optional waste stream-specific decals convert Classics Containers to stylish recycling options –Outdoor recycling option Product Lines: Collect/Move 25 TargetsPortfolioCollect ProductsMove Products Vented BRUTE ™ –Venting channels dramatically reduce the force required to remove a filled/


Solid and Hazardous Waste. 2 Women and Waste are inseparable Women generate most of the kitchen wastes and dispose of waste from homes. Women bear the.

further use in terms of his/her own purposes of production, transformation or consumption, and of which he/she wants to dispose. Wastes may be generated during the extraction of raw materials, the processing of raw materials into intermediate and final products, the consumption of final products, and other human activities. Residuals recycled or reused at the place of generation are excluded."United Nations Statistics Division Kinds of Wastes Solid wastes: wastes in solid forms, domestic/


Zero Waste Economics Student Learning Outcomes By the end of this lesson, learners will be able to: Identify 3 incentives that communities can adopt.

discount Offer “curbside” recycling services free to small businesses Require recycling of C&D, recycled products, space for containers, and recycling Allow Fee For Service Recycling So Generators Can Choose Incentives For Franchised Haulers Pay on the basis of tons recycled or inversely to the amount landfilled Let haulers keep all recycling revenues Require haulers to take C&D to recycling facilities “Allow” costs of all reasonable waste prevention, reuse, recycling and market development/


Use me Recyclers ECOFABULOUS. Do you know where does waste come from ? And where it goes ?

! Its killing us. ** Eco No Junk ** We can change the time !!! We can make the world junk free !!! Use recycled products Enter into Recycle Loop Y OU DONT NEED A DUMPSTER! Use Me!!! BE A PART OF ENVIRONMENT SAVIORS ! Re Use Me!!! Recycle, compost and reduce waste. Plug-in to Recycled products. Lets make the world a cleaner and greener place to live in !!! Use Me !!! Be a/


Copyright © 2004 TC Associates Teaching and Learning Programme – Recycling and Rubbish Reduction in East Riding of Yorkshire Lesson texts.

for the original purpose or for other purposes, including composting but excluding energy recovery. Recycling – the reprocessing of wastes into new products. Many non-hazardous wastes such as paper, glass, cardboard, plastics and scrap metals can be recycled. Certain special (hazardous) wastes such as solvents can also be recycled. Reprocessing – the treatment of recyclable or compostable materials, after collection and processing, to prepare a secondary material that meets market specifications/


Solid and Hazardous Waste

discarded solid materials into new, useful products Examples of Recyclable Items: paper products glass aluminum steel plastic plants (composting) U.S. Recycling: 1960 (6%)  2006 (30%)  future (60-80%?) 2 Recycling Methods Closed-Loop Recycling Downcycling   Original  Same Downcycling Original  Different  2 Types of Recycled Waste: Preconsumer Waste – manufacturing waste, 25x more Postconsumer Wastewaste from consumers  Pros & Cons: Recycling Advantages Less pollution Saves energy Saves raw/


Solid and Hazardous Waste

… Shopping bags and tool libraries Be creative! Section 5: Recycling What is recycling? What is composting? How should we recycle solid waste? How much waste paper is being recycled? How feasible is recycling plastics? Why isn’t more reused and recycled? What is recycling? Reprocessing solid waste into new useful products 5 Categories in US Household Recycling Paper Products Glass Aluminum Steel Some plastics Types of Recycling Primary (closed-loop) Secondary (open loop) There are/


SOLID, TOXIC & HAZARDOUS WASTE

yard wastes & tree trimmings converted to mulch (a green fertilizer) Recycling has grown rapidly and can expand The EPA calls the growth of recycling “one of the best environmental success stories of the late 20th century” Recycling rates vary widely, depending on the product 67% of major appliances are recycled Only 6% of plastics are recycled Recycling rates vary widely in the U.S. Recycling Difficulties Plastic difficult to recycle Soda bottles (PET plastics) recycled into/


Remember - “you and I can decide the future”

Plastic Bottles Steel Cans Writing/Copy Paper Yard Waste (leaves, grass) Etc. etc. What can you do? Buy products made from recycled material. Look for the recycling symbol or ask store managers or salesmen. The recycling symbol means one of two things - either the product is made of recycled material, or the item can be recycled. For instance, many plastic containers have a recycling symbol with a numbered code the identifies/


Recycling Council of Alberta Recycling 101

Paper 52-78 Value of Pollution Reductions from Recycling & Composting Source: Dr. Jeffrey Morris, Sound Resource Management Zero Waste is a goal that is both pragmatic and visionary, to guide people to emulate sustainable natural cycles, where all discarded materials are resources for others to use.  Zero Waste means designing and managing products and processes to reduce the volume and toxicity of waste and materials, conserve and/


A Sustainable Waste Solution for the 21st Century A Sustainable Waste Solution for the 21st Century Oshawa, January 10, 2008 Dr Paul Connett Dr Paul Connett.

of VirginMaterials Production of ManufactureditemsConsumptionDiscardedMaterials Solid waste Air pollution Water pollution Carbon dioxide Solid waste Air pollution Water pollution Carbon dioxide ENERGY ENERGY RECYCLING OF MATERIALS Extraction of VirginMaterials Production of ManufactureditemsConsumptionDiscardedMaterials Solid waste Air pollution Water pollution Carbon dioxide Solid waste Air pollution Water pollution Carbon dioxide ENERGY ENERGY REUSE OF OBJECTS Extraction of VirginMaterials Production of/


Solid and Hazardous Waste

Water added Dirty water Bottom ash Conveyor Fly ash Conventional landfill Waste treatment Hazardous waste landfill Fig. 17-9, p. 399 Tradeoffs of Incineration © 2006 Brooks/Cole - Thomson Trade-Offs Incineration Advantages Disadvantages High cost Air pollution (especially toxic dioxins) Produces a highly toxic ash Encourages waste production Discourages Recycling and waste reduction Reduced trash volume Less need for landfills Low water pollution Quick and easy Fig/


Solid and Hazardous Waste

Saves energy Reduces mineral demand May lose money for items such as glass and most plastic Reduces greenhouse gas emissions Reduces solid waste production and disposal Reduces profits from landfills and incinerators Figure 22.9 Trade-offs: advantages and disadvantages of recycling solid waste. QUESTION: Which single advantage and which single disadvantage do you think are the most important? Helps protect biodiversity Can save money/


ENV 506 INTEGRATED SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT

in energy use and related emission and reduction in extraction and manufacturing process Long term, value of conservation materials The limitation in recycle The definition of waste is varies among the different nation Lack of incentives among developing countries for technology development There are no fix price for the recycle product and the erratic price fluctuations favour incineration or landfill Usually curb side collection is preferred when/


Solid and Hazardous Waste

turned into new products of the same type. Secondary recycling: materials are converted into different products. Used tires shredded and converted into rubberized road surface. Newspapers transformed into cellulose insulation. RECYCLING There is a disagreement over whether to mix urban wastes and send them to centralized resource recovery plants or to sort recyclables for collection and sale to manufacturers as raw materials. To promote separation of wastes, 4,000/


Chapter 17: Solid and Hazardous Waste

, aluminum, paper, & steel Not for glass and most plastics Net economic, health, & environmental benefits of recycling far outweigh the costs Single-pickup system: collects both materials to be recycled vs. expensive dual-system Pay-as-you-throw: SF uses this, recycles ½ of waste Encouraging Reuse and Recycling Four factors hinder reuse & recycling Market $ of a product does not reflect harmful environment costs Uneven playing field- Most resource extracting industries get/


ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

operating costs Can handle large amounts of waste Slow decomposition of wastes Filled land can be used for other purposes Output approach that encourages waste production No shortage of landfill space in many areas Eventually leaks and can contaminate groundwater Fig. 16-12, p. 415 Integrated hazardous waste management Produce Less Hazardous Waste Change industrial processes to reduce or eliminate hazardous waste production Recycle and reuse hazardous waste Convert to Less Hazardous or/


Municipal Solid Waste: Disposal and Recovery

recycling: waste is made into different products that may or may not be recyclable Recycling newspapers into cardboard Benefits of recycling Recycling saves energy and resources One ton of recycled steel saves 2,500 pounds of iron ore, 1,000 lbs of coal, 5,400 BTUs of energy Recycling decreases pollution Making recycled paper uses 64% less energy, creates 74% less air, and 35% less pollution A recycling program that processes 1 ton of waste eliminates 620 lbs of/


FOOD WASTE Food Waste from Kitchen & Canteen Food Waste is placed into 25ltr Caddy. The liner within the caddy is then placed into 240ltr Eurocart ready.

is then identified by bulk density by the use of air to separate light from heavy materials. The material is then separated by the use of optical recognition. Lastly the material is passed through the picking line. The separated material is baled and sold onto fully compliant companies to make recycled or partially recycled products. GREEN WASTE Green Waste Shanks vehicle will uplift the RoRo container and/


Waste from a burden to an asset in Saudi Arabia ? MEng. Melle B van der Meulen, Senior Consultant MHV Consultancy Ltd 2014.

an asset in Saudi Arabia ? MEng. Melle B van der Meulen, Senior Consultant MHV Consultancy Ltd 2014 “Waste” is no waste any more International waste lists name more and more “recycled products” no longer ‘waste’, but international free tradable PRODUCTS. Including energy out of waste. Nearly daily former waste streams no longer objected as ‘waste’ according the international Green List and are free tradable. Paper, carton, metals, textiles etc. Steel scrap/


Plastic Waste Management Dr. A.B. Harapanahalli DIRECTOR Ministry of Environment & Forests Regional Office.

recycling - involves processing of a waste /scrap into a product with characteristics similar to those of original product. Secondary recycling - involves processing of waste/scrap plastics into materials that have characteristics different from those of original plastics product. Tertiary recycling - involves the production of basic chemicals and fuels from plastics waste/scrap as part of the municipal waste stream or as a segregated waste. Quaternary recycling - retrieves the energy content of waste/


Williston Basin Petroleum Conference North Dakota May 22, 2012 Recycling of Drilling Waste: The Road to Sustainability Emerging Bakken Technologies.

base cuttings per well  Operations:  24-hour waste receiving & product manufacturing Expected Volumes  1,000 bbls (~208yds 3 /day of inbound waste; 1 yd 3 = 4.8 bbls)  1,059 tons (~623 yds 3 /day of outbound R3 CSB product; 1yds 3 = 1.7tons) R360 Commitments  Certificate of Recycling for volume of waste recycled  Total regulatory & operational reporting disclosure Customer Commitments  Uses the product and/or provide to other potential users EQUIPMENT/


Open Plan Systems by HMU, LLC HMU, LLC Established 2001Purchased Open Plan Systems 2008 Continuing a 25-year tradition of quality remanufactured stations.

wood is burned to help heat the warehouse. Recycling at HMU 60,000 lbs of used product received. 200,000 lbs of new product received. One 8 cubic-yard dumpster impacting landfills. 200,000 lbs fabric waste recycled. 2,000 tons wood waste recycled. 400 tons trash recycled. 4,000 light bulbs recycled. 190 tons Steel recycled. 50 tons Aluminum recycled. Each year: Each week: Green products are more than just reused items. At/


A worker in China takes a rest on bed of plastic bottles at a recycling center in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province, China, on November 6, 2011

involved in dealing with the waste of humans and organisms, including minimization, handling, processing, storage, recycling, transport, and final disposal. Dictionary.coms 21 st Century Lexicon Copyright © 2003-2014 Waste management is the practice of collecting and disposing of the waste produced by human activities. For example, when a person buys a product and then disposes of its plastic packaging, that packaging becomes waste. Once waste is introduced into an environment/


Closing the Recycling Loop in University Halls of Residence

] Materials resource efficiency cycle Materials efficiency Reduce raw material use Reduce waste Materials with recycled content Reduce landfill Save resources This diagram depicts the 2 main aspects of materials efficiency: - reducing the use of finite natural resources - reducing the amount of waste Recycling both reduces waste volumes going to landfill and, provided the sector uses products/ materials with recycled content, substitutes for virgin materials. According to WWF, we need a/


Introduction to the Definition of Solid Waste Final Rule Office of Solid Waste, EPA.

units. Land-based units are defined as an area where materials are placed in or on the land before recycling (e.g., surface impoundment or waste pile). Land-based units do not include land-based production units, which are used in the actual production of a product. What is “contained” (cont.)? Transfer-Based Exclusion In this section… What is the transfer-based exclusion? What are reasonable/


Overview of the 2008 Definition of Solid Waste Final Rule Office of Resource Conservation and Recovery.

is defined as an area where materials are placed in or on the land before recycling (e.g., surface impoundment or waste pile). Land-based units do not include land-based production units, which are used in the actual production of a product. What is “contained” (cont.)? Module 2: Under the Control of the Generator Exclusion 20 Must have emergency coordinator, test and maintain emergency equipment, and/


Chapter 12: Waste “Nothing can be forgotten, only left behind.”

be a facility there that specializes in the treating, disposing of or recycling of particular substances.   Hazardous Waste At Home Hazardous waste disposal is not only a big industry problem, it is also an issue in the home Everyday household products can be hazardous (ex: paint, pesticides, batteries, computers, fertilizers, cleaners, antifreeze, cell phones) Many household products are poured down the drain or put in the trash/


Waste Recycling.

25% by 1995 (was met) 30% by 2000 (was met) 35% by 2005 (not met) Recycling Challenges Location of wastes (9000 curbside programs) Uncertainty of supply Administrative and institutional constraints Legal restrictions Uncertain markets Technical challenges to recycling Changes in materials (i.e. light weighting) Too many items in waste Actually encourages waste production (because recycling will take care of it) SWANA Recommendations to Increase Reduction/Recovery Encourage more extensive/


February 2008Dr. Helmut Schnurer1 Waste Management in Germany Dr.-Ing. Helmut Schnurer Deputy Director General from 1985 until 2006 Head of Waste Management.

2008Dr. Helmut Schnurer In details.... Quelle: Statistisches Bundesamt February 2008Dr. Helmut Schnurer4 MAIN PRINCIPLES / OBJECTVES of German (and European) Waste Policy Priority for avoidance, material recycling and energy recovery of waste Implementation of extended producer responsibility for products Stop landfilling of bio degradable waste Mandatory pretreatment of solid wastes Contribution to climate protection Harmonization within European Union February 2008Dr. Helmut Schnurer5 The new closed/


Zero Waste Plans for Communities GRRN National Zero Waste Action Conference July 30, 2011, San Diego, CA By Gary Liss & Associates 916-652-7850

reducing waste, reusing products, recycling and composting than can be produced from burning discards or recovering landfill gases. 4. Manage Resources not Waste EU LANDFILL DIRECTIVE  Requires all Member States to introduce measures to reduce the quantities of biodegradable material going to landfill, to 35% of 1995 levels by 2016.  Waste must be treated before being landfilled  Avoided Collection & Disposal Costs  Use fees levied on tons of waste hauled/


© 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. CHAPTER 21 Municipal Solid Waste: Disposal and Recovery.

products that may or may not be recyclable Recycling newspapers into cardboard © 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Benefits of recycling Recycling saves energy and resources One ton of recycled steel saves 2,500 pounds of iron ore, 1,000 lbs of coal, 5,400 BTUs of energy Recycling decreases pollution Making recycled paper uses 64% less energy, creates 74% less air, and 35% less pollution A recycling program that processes 1 ton of waste eliminates 620 lbs of/


Kekaha, Kauai What a Waste!. We live in a finite environment … Can we continue to WASTE it?

Infrastructure Materials Recovery Facility - MRF Regional Composting Facilities A New Infrastructure Center for Hard to Recycle Materials - CHARM Construction / Demolition Recovery The Benefits of Zero Waste! Reduce the rising cost of solid waste management Reduce the rising cost of solid waste management Create more jobs Create more jobs Create local products Create local products Preserve a cleaner more beautiful environment Preserve a cleaner more beautiful environment Why Not Just/


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