With more demands, and what seems like less time, we are all looking for ways to increase productivity during our work days. Here are 7 simple tips to give you back some control in your work day and help you become more productive. 1. Create a To-Do list Before you start each day, make a … More 7 Tips To Increase Your Productivity
With improved processing technologies and attractive natural gas prices, more landfills are producing pipeline-quality gas. After several years of inactivity, the number of high-Btu landfill gas energy projects is increasing. Since 2006, 11 construction startups and three expansions of high-Btu projects have taken place, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Landfill Methane Outreach Program (LMOP). … More Solid Waste Landfills are Producing Pipeline Quality Natural Gas – WIH Resource Group
Despite Economy, Waste-by-Rail Interest is on the Rise by both the Private Sector and Public Agencies … More Despite Economy, Waste-by-Rail Interest is on the Rise by both the Private Sector and Public Agencies
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The largest solid waste handler in the U.S., Waste Management, Inc., is partnering with Valero Energy to invest in a technology that can turn biomass into high-octane gasoline.
The technology is called MixAlco™ and was developed by Terrabon. MixAlco uses solid waste from landfills as well as sewage to ferment it into organic salts, which are then refined into renewable gasoline, jet fuel or diesel. The refining process will take place at Valero facilities, and Waste Management will be involved in securing organic waste to produce the salts.
On the heels of the failed vote to merge with Keep America Beautiful, the National Recycling Coalition Board voted today to pursue a Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing, ending the organization’s 30-year run as the nation’s largest non-profit recycling advocacy organization.
“This really is a very sad day for an organization that doesn’t get nearly the attention it deserves,” said Bob Gedert, executive director of the California Resource Recovery Association and NRC Board member. “We need to acknowledge the truly heroic efforts of everyone who worked so hard to make this organization work as long as it did.”
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Yesterday the leaders of the U.S., Canada, and Mexico committed to “work together under the Montreal Protocol to phase down the use of HFCs and bring about significant reductions of this potent greenhouse gas.” The agreement is included in the Leaders Declaration on Climate Change and Energy from the North American Summit in Guadalajara, Mexico. The North American leaders’ commitment to the Montreal Protocol follows the commitment made by G8 leaders in July to “work with our partners to ensure that HFC emissions reductions are achieved under the appropriate framework….” … More North American Leaders Support Using Ozone Treaty to Cut ‘Potent Greenhouse Gases’