Can Plastic Roads Curb Part of the Waste Epidemic?


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?

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Recycling is Big Business, but is it Profitable?


The news doesn’t appear to be good for the recycling industry. The front page of the Business & Finance section of the May 14, 2018, issue of the Wall Street Journal carried the headline, “Recycling Firms Hit by Crushing Economics,” and wrote in a sub-headline, “plunging prices for scrap paper, plastics prompt cities to send some … More Recycling is Big Business, but is it Profitable?

23 Survival Skills that Our Great Grandparents Knew (That Most of Us Have Forgotten)


When you look at the technology boom of the last century, you could say that we’ve come a long way. We’ve eradicated diseases, made international travel and communication possible, and come up with all sorts of gadgets to make our lives “easier.” ​While all of this technology may seem like a good thing, it is … More 23 Survival Skills that Our Great Grandparents Knew (That Most of Us Have Forgotten)

The History of the Automated Side Loader – How One Small City Changed The Industry Forever


The modern refuse truck operator has it pretty easy today compared to his peers of yesteryear. Gone are the days of the “Vic Tanney” bodies and the driver lugging around 55 gallon drums on their backs. For haulers and drivers who collected trash for the majority of their lives, they were lucky if they could … More The History of the Automated Side Loader – How One Small City Changed The Industry Forever