by Jared Paben
Streaming media and text messages may be lucrative advertising platforms for companies selling products, but they’re also cost-effective channels for disseminating local recycling program information to targeted audiences.
The head of an AI-powered robotics company argues extended producer responsibility legislation focused on material weight will fail to hold producers truly responsible.
by Jordan P. Howell, Jordan Moore and Daniel Folkinshteyn
Three researchers argue that the current system of trading recycled materials has led to inconsistencies in material quality and excessive price fluctuation. They note a centralized exchange for futures trading would benefit processors, cities and end users.
An analysis by Resource Recycling Systems shows just how much further advanced yard debris recovery is in Michigan compared with food scraps composting.
by Larry Christley
An industry veteran describes how the Six Sigma framework can help MRF operators, local program officials and others develop leaner processes to boost margins and bolster safety.
by Neil Tangri
An expert at activist group GAIA says technical barriers and environmental concerns will keep plastic-to-jet-fuel technologies from taking off, despite the Biden administration’s goals.
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