Nearly half of landfills today are privately owned, with industry controlling 85 to 90 percent of permitted capacity. Increasingly, more municipal solid waste (MSW) landfills are becoming privatized, now controlling the bulk of waste in the U.S. Today, about half of them are privately owned, with industry controlling 85 to 90 percent of permitted capacity, … More Why Some Landfills are Becoming Privatized, While Others Remain Public
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The alternative power choice that has made the deepest inroads into trucking and will remain a key player for years to come is natural gas. Whether in its more popular compressed (CNG) or liquefied (LNG) form, natural gas is proving to have staying power, even in the face of reasonably low and fairly steady diesel … More Natural Gas Is Still the King of Alternative Fuels
Plastic roads are said to be 60% stronger than traditional roads, and lab tests project these roads may last up to three times longer. … More Can Plastic Roads Curb Part of the Waste Epidemic?
In many lawsuits, an expert witness is a necessary component. Without an expert providing information on how and why something went wrong, or what the generally accepted standard of care is in their particular realm of expertise, juries may have no basis upon which to make an informed decision. The types of lawsuits wherein experts … More When Do You Need an Expert Witness?
How industry changes will affect operational optimization of landfills via WIH Resource Group … More How industry changes will affect operational optimization of landfills
WIH Resource Group is global leader providing of diversified environmental (waste and recycling), financial, expert witness services, transportation / logistics consulting solutions to its Clients throughout North America and internationally. … More US landfill capacity to drop 15% over next 5 years