Landfill mining has been around for decades, whereby buried waste and soil are excavated to free airspace; to recover salable commodities; to reduce cost and environmental issues around degradable waste, such as those related to leachate and gas production; and to remediate or redevelop property. … More When and Where Does Landfill Mining Make Sense?
The concept of burning trash and extracting energy to make electricity has been a tough sell in the U.S. Here is a look at what is going on in various regions across the country. … More The State of Waste-to-Energy in the U.S.
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?
If you have watched any courtroom dramas in your life, you have heard the term “expert witness.” What are expert witnesses, and what role do they play in a court case? Why is it so important to have an expert witness testimony, be it criminal or civil? An expert witness is essential to your case, … More Why Expert Witnesses are Important For Your Legal Case
WIH RESOURCE GROUP SAYS STILL MORE EFFICIENCIES IN THE SOLID WASTE BUSINESS WITH BETTER TECHNOLOGY AND LOGISTICS … More WIH RESOURCE GROUP SAYS STILL MORE EFFICIENCIES IN THE SOLID WASTE BUSINESS WITH BETTER TECHNOLOGY AND LOGISTICS
Landfill Sites are Finding Second Lives as Real Estate Properties … More Landfill Sites are Finding Second Lives as Real Estate Properties
There’s no denying that many early alternative fuel adopters made the transition years ago because gasoline and diesel were much more expensive in comparison. Although anyone at the pump knows traditional transportation fuel prices have remained relatively low for a while now, what might be in store for gasoline and diesel costs in the near … More Why Alternative Fuel Vehicles Still Make Sense