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Waste360's WasteExpo WasteExpo Together Online September 14-17, 2020

WasteExpo, a Waste360 event, is North America’s largest solid waste and recycling tradeshow serving both the private and public sectors. WasteExpo allows you to be at the center of it all by offering: - Nearly 600 exhibitors showcasing the latest equipment and technologies the industry has to offer. - 60 conference sessions and training workshops led by industry experts covering the latest trends, policies and issues the industry is facing. - Co-locating conferences that provide the specific, critical information the waste industry needs. The Healthcare Waste Conference is an industry-recognized educational event that focuses on the latest regulatory, legislative and technical issues that affect healthcare waste. - Networking opportunities designed for you to stay in touch with the industry and your colleagues. - The opportunity to gain an international perspective of the global waste community. Last year, WasteExpo welcomed participants from 90 countries, all looking to share ideas and problem solve with the colleagues in the global waste community.

☕ On our next #Waste360CoffeeTalk, watch as Liz Bothwell chats with Matanya Horowitz, CEO of AMP Robotics and Joe Benede...
16/07/2020
Start your day with Waste360

☕ On our next #Waste360CoffeeTalk, watch as Liz Bothwell chats with Matanya Horowitz, CEO of AMP Robotics and Joe Benedetto, president at RDS-Virginia about the challenges of operating during COVID-19 and how automation has been helping their businesses succeed. http://ow.ly/vAvf50AzcD2

Watch this new video interview series for some bite-sized insights from the waste and recycling industry’s most innovative leaders.

📣 Registration is open (and FREE) for WasteExpo Together Online. Learn from the experts, connect with #waste and #recycl...
15/07/2020

📣 Registration is open (and FREE) for WasteExpo Together Online. Learn from the experts, connect with #waste and #recycling industry leaders, and see the newest products. Wherever you are! http://ow.ly/nhCb50AzbOY

Is textile recovery a roadmap to circularity? Find out in this week's #NothingWastedPodcast episode. http://ow.ly/NuqO50...
15/07/2020

Is textile recovery a roadmap to circularity? Find out in this week's #NothingWastedPodcast episode. http://ow.ly/NuqO50AyiEd

See what sessions we have lined up for WasteExpo Together Online, September 14-17, 2020. Check out the agenda now to lea...
15/07/2020

See what sessions we have lined up for WasteExpo Together Online, September 14-17, 2020. Check out the agenda now to learn more about keynote speakers and session options. And, p.s. it's free to register. http://ow.ly/jPyC50Axk50

Listen to Marisa Adler, senior consultant at Resource Recycling Systems, chat about solving the textile waste problem in...
13/07/2020
Episode 67: Is Textile Recovery A Roadmap to Circularity?

Listen to Marisa Adler, senior consultant at Resource Recycling Systems, chat about solving the textile waste problem in the U.S., the interesting nexus of plastic and textiles, the role of the fashion industry in circularity and more. #NothingWastedPodcast 🎧 http://ow.ly/bqgc50Ax94z

Adler spoke about the textile waste problem, the interesting nexus of plastic and textiles, the role of the fashion industry in circularity and more.

The Waste360 Daily Wire newsletter has the latest insights on all things #waste and #recycling. Subscribe now http://ow....
10/07/2020

The Waste360 Daily Wire newsletter has the latest insights on all things #waste and #recycling. Subscribe now http://ow.ly/b1kl50AukgG

"For the first year and half in this role, it was nonstop 18-hour workdays. I was traveling all over the place. The good...
09/07/2020
Tyler Kennedy Believes in the Power of Waste Connections’ People

"For the first year and half in this role, it was nonstop 18-hour workdays. I was traveling all over the place. The good news out of all of this was that I saw the power of people. Empowering people to make decisions, showing them what it is like to be a part of something fun — that was one of the most rewarding pieces of jumping into this role," said Tyler Kennedy of Waste Connections http://ow.ly/C5Rq50AuiDV

Tyler spoke to Waste360 about his career with Waste Connections, his focus on servant leadership, and why he thinks he is working for the best company around.

We spoke with Nichelson about the sustainable imperative in fashion, why we need to move beyond zero waste, and more in ...
09/07/2020

We spoke with Nichelson about the sustainable imperative in fashion, why we need to move beyond zero waste, and more in this week's #NothingWastedPodcast. Listen Now! http://ow.ly/TmGq50Au5TT

📅Save the date!! WasteExpo 2021 will be in Las Vegas, April 26-29, 2021, at the Las Vegas Convention Center in the brand...
09/07/2020

📅Save the date!! WasteExpo 2021 will be in Las Vegas, April 26-29, 2021, at the Las Vegas Convention Center in the brand new West Halls. It really will be a reunion. http://ow.ly/FBno50Au30h

Waste360's WasteExpo's cover photo
09/07/2020

Waste360's WasteExpo's cover photo

Start your day with Waste360! Watch as Liz Bothwell chats with Don Ross, VP of Sales and Marketing at New Way Trucks. Se...
09/07/2020
Start your day with Waste360

Start your day with Waste360! Watch as Liz Bothwell chats with Don Ross, VP of Sales and Marketing at New Way Trucks. See Ross talk about COVID-19, their new products and innovations, what’s coming out of their shiny and new facility and more. http://ow.ly/dtFj50Au2Q0

Watch this new video interview series for some bite-sized insights from the waste and recycling industry’s most innovative leaders.

06/07/2020

Learn about sustainable fashion using food waste in this week's #NothingWastedPodcast episode. http://ow.ly/hVxB50Aos2X

04/07/2020

We hope everyone has a fun, relaxing and safe 4th of July! ❤️⭐💙

01/07/2020

Want to learn more about ocean plastic solutions from cities,
brands & waste collectors? Listen to the full #NothingWastedPodcast episode with Susan Ruffo here, http://ow.ly/8Bj450Aj845

📅 Save the date, mark your calendar, put it in your phone -- WasteExpo 2021 is back in Las Vegas April 26-29, 2021. WE a...
01/07/2020

📅 Save the date, mark your calendar, put it in your phone -- WasteExpo 2021 is back in Las Vegas April 26-29, 2021. WE are back for you! http://ow.ly/XsMJ50An69e

Resource Recycling Systems (RRS) releases its white paper on “Textile Recovery in the U.S.: A Roadmap to Circularity,” w...
30/06/2020
Undressing the Current State & Future of Textile Recycling in the U.S.

Resource Recycling Systems (RRS) releases its white paper on “Textile Recovery in the U.S.: A Roadmap to Circularity,” which highlights the current state of textile waste in the U.S. and outlines “a future-state system in which textiles are recovered for best and highest use.” http://ow.ly/Ot9A50AmgbE

RRS releases “Textile Recovery in the U.S.: A Roadmap to Circularity” white paper highlighting the current state of textile waste in the U.S.

Register now for the Waste360/ Stifel Investor Summit on August 10. You'll hear straight from C-suite executive from the...
30/06/2020

Register now for the Waste360/ Stifel Investor Summit on August 10. You'll hear straight from C-suite executive from these firms and others: Arrowhead Environmental, Biffa, Interstate Waste Services, Inc., Premier Waste Services, Leck Waste Services, and more. Register now http://ow.ly/Rvz550Aj8DC

29/06/2020
Mayor Dan Gelber

We love this! Waste Connections

Thank you to the Alton Road, North Bay Road and La Gorce & Sunset Islands Neighborhoods for making time early this morning to celebrate two of our community’s essential workers: Saul Scruggs and Keon Richardson. Saul and Keon are responsible for the waste management route for these neighborhoods and always bring smiles and great attitude to our residents. Thanks also to County Commissioner Eileen Higgins for joining us and bringing her own smile and upbeat attitude 😁

29/06/2020

🎧In our latest episode of the Waste360 #NothingWastedPodcast, we talk with Susan Ruffo, Executive Director of The Circulate Initiative, which aims to incubate, measure, and amplify inclusive solutions that stop plastic waste from flowing into the ocean. Listen here http://ow.ly/uqlX50Aj5TD

Covanta’s Communication Director Finds Creative Ways to Educate Public on WTE. He is also a Waste360 40 Under 40 winner....
26/06/2020

Covanta’s Communication Director Finds Creative Ways to Educate Public on WTE. He is also a Waste360 40 Under 40 winner. Meet James Regan. http://ow.ly/9kzV50Aj7If

26/06/2020

The Waste360 Daily Wire newsletter covers all this and more! ✏️Subscribe today http://ow.ly/3xom50AeOmF

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26/06/2020

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The Environmental Research & Education Foundation auction closes today at 12:00pm ET. Get your bids in now! https://e.gi...
26/06/2020

The Environmental Research & Education Foundation auction closes today at 12:00pm ET. Get your bids in now! https://e.givesmart.com/events/hdD/i/

Get 'em before they're gone! Be sure to check out the remaining #EREF #Auction items on IronPlanet - carts, tires, electronics, sports memorabilia, trips and more! EREF's #online Auction ends Friday, 6/26, at 12noon ET. View the donated items here: http://ow.ly/8iGu50AfxWG
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🌭🥨Want to learn more about food waste reduction and recovery at sport stadiums and large venues? What about advances in ...
25/06/2020

🌭🥨Want to learn more about food waste reduction and recovery at sport stadiums and large venues? What about advances in wasted food policy, practices and management? Check out these sessions and more http://ow.ly/Hs6k50AeClt

24/06/2020

Be sure to catch Scott’s smart insights on the evolution of EREF, the resilience of the waste industry and more. Scott Dols is the CEO and founder of Big Truck Rental Listen here http://ow.ly/Cp7H50AcRFr

Did you place your bid yet for Environmental Research & Education Foundation annual charitable auction? Don't delay, you...
23/06/2020

Did you place your bid yet for Environmental Research & Education Foundation annual charitable auction? Don't delay, you have until Friday! http://ow.ly/LR1P50AezCw

The Waste360/Stifel Investor Summit will be online on August 10! See the agenda and register now, http://ow.ly/HRd750AeA...
23/06/2020

The Waste360/Stifel Investor Summit will be online on August 10! See the agenda and register now, http://ow.ly/HRd750AeAwV

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Chemical Recycling Opens Markets for Contaminated Plastics Arlene Karidis | Oct 03, 2019 ReNew ELP’s Northeast England-based plant will leverage a chemical recycling process that breaks down plastics otherwise destined for landfill. ReNew ELP is launching a commercial-scale plant in Northeast England leveraging a chemical recycling process that breaks down plastics into their building blocks, in order to make virgin-equivalent products. Branded as CAT-HTR, it can be used to develop various liquid products, which have multiple end markets. The target material is plastics left in the waste stream after mechanical recycling that otherwise are usually destined for landfill. “CAT-HTR offers a chemical recycling solution that can process mixed and multilayered plastics with contamination from non-plastic material, opening up a wider stream of feedstock than traditional mechanical recycling. And, unlike mechanical recycling, there is no limit to how many times plastic material can be recycled,” says Richard Daley, managing director of ReNew ELP. The technology involves heating plastic waste, pressurizing it and mixing it with water to break down the plastics into liquid oils and chemicals. The mixture is then depressurized, and the products are separated and stored, ready for transport. One feature that sets it apart from other thermal conversion processes such as gasification and pyrolysis, according to Daley, is it is water based. After the water breaks down the plastics into liquids, there is remaining hydrogen in it that ends up in in the products, which is important for their stability, he says. The process leverages lower temperatures than other thermal conversion processes and no char is produced, so there are no byproducts such as dioxins. Specifically, ReNew ELP will make naphtha used as a feedstock to produce plastics; distillate gas oil that can be used as a fuel blend stock or to produce chemicals and solvents; heavy gas oil that can be used to make lubricants and waxes; and heavy wax residue with applications in road construction. The company is in various stages of negotiations with several potential off takers, ranging from wax blenders, large-scale oil producers and chemical manufacturers to companies that build roads, says Daley, adding that some customers are interested in all of the liquid products and others are interested in specific fractions. The Northeast England plant, which will be the first, is slated to launch mid- to end 2021. It will be a 20,000-tons-per-year (tpy) processing line, and the company plans to build several more lines, increasing capacity to 80,000 tpy once the buildout is complete. In terms of suppliers, Daley says ReNew ELP is in discussions with producers and brokers of waste plastics feedstock to include anaerobic digestion facilities, U.K. and European Union waste companies and plastics recycling companies for their rejects, among other business types. Moving forward, says Daley, “We have identified several key markets beyond the U.K., namely Europe (Germany) and North America. We already have people looking at building a pipeline of future projects in these jurisdictions.” Mura Technology owns the license for CAT-HTR. “ReNew is the U.K. operator and is doing the first plant. We are then looking to establish more plants globally. The technology has attracted keen interest from leading petrochemical companies including Neste, a producer of renewable diesel who wants to make a recycled diesel as transportation fuel,” says Robin Chamberlayne, a director at Mura Technology. “We would prefer not to burn but to use this technology to make new hydrocarbon products and avoid the need to drill more fossil fuel,” he says. Now, Mura has an agreement with Timor-Leste in Southeast Asia to build a plant there. “They have a very diverse marine environment but have plastic pollution because they have no integrated waste management system … Our goal is to make it the first nation to be plastic neutral, meaning all that comes into society is recycled,” says Chamberlayne. James Ewell, associate director for the Sustainable Chemistry North America Anthesis Group, shed light on the value of conversion technologies. “They can process a diversity of plastic types and constructions (e.g., multi-laminates/flexible packaging) that are not possible to process with mechanical recycling. This will significantly scale the volume and diversity of plastics that can be used to make new products,” he says. Ewell also notes chemical recycling provides a method to capture materials that were mechanically recycled into lesser value products and bring them back to the level of virgin feedstocks versus landfilling or incinerating them.
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LIVE! Join us Live with an expert panel to discuss ways to reduce food waste and increase organics recovery in Municipal, Regional and Commercial programs.
LIVE! Join Bill Caesar, CEO of WCA Waste Corporation for a one-on-one interview with NWRA’s Darrell Smith as he shares his insights into leadership, workforce challenges, the future of recycling, and much more.
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Hi , are you attending the Waste Expo this year? I was hoping you could drop by and show your support with me in the Garbage Man Day booth for about thirty minutes? We would love to have you, the booth number is 5512..... Please let me know, I hope to see you then! Best Regards, John Arwood www.GarbageManDay.org National Garbage Man Day 904-305-7534 Office 904-714-2498 Fax On the week of June 17th, we want to show our appreciation for our Garbage Providers! Lets face it, the world would be disgusting without them!
Do world leaders with history always act as reliable partners? When considering whether it is worth cooperating with a commercial company people ordinarily rely upon its merits, primarily its successful experience. Do they really do right following such a common way of choosing the partner to share business together? The #Austrian #Pewag company is well-known all over the world as one of the biggest manufacturers and distributors of chains for diverse purposes, as #snowhains, #conveyorchains, #liftingchains . Founded 300 years ago the company has had many representative offices throughout the world by now, one of which was located in Almaty, a large industrial center in the Republic of Kazakhstan. In 2016 keeping on doing business in Kazakhstan the company suddenly ceased complying with its obligations under previously signed agreements. In particular, the company management ceased to pay taxes and rent in a most irresponsible manner. It looked like the company bosses had just lost sight of their representative office in the city of Almaty. Several civil lawsuits were filed against the Pewag company in the Almaty court, Republic of Kazakhstan. The court ruled in favor of the plaintiff and ordered the defendant to re-register the legal entity and pay damages, including taxes and rent for the office space the company had used for its commercial purposes for a long time. It is interesting to note that Company officials did not even consider it necessary to attend the court hearings. However, nothing has changed since then. The #pewag company representatives continue refusing to comply with the courts' decisions. It should be stressed that the above company is considered a world leader with history, not a small company started a couple of years ago of which nobody has ever heard! In summary, sometimes international companies well-known throughout the world only act on the basis of their own interests in complete disregard of the principles and norms of ow world-wide and local laws. This sad fact is a matter of great concern for those who one day decided to cooperate with such partners.