Plastic products sold in California with “biodegradable” and “compostable” printed on their labels cost Walmart nearly $1 million in a settlement earlier this month.
California has ordered two companies to pay $13.8 million in restitution and penalties, alleging violations of beverage container redemption laws. But the companies are fighting back.
ReCommunity has filed a federal lawsuit against Ann Arbor, Mich., alleging the City violated and wrongfully terminated the company’s MRF-operating contract.
The California Attorney General announced today the state has filed a lawsuit against ENSO Plastics, Aquamantra and Balance Water for allegedly falsely claiming their plastic bottles were biodegradable. Continue Reading
A legal petition filed last week claims a mixed-waste processing facility being built by Waste Management in California could harm source-separation efforts.
Local governments are saving money through their participation in statewide paint stewardship programs, according to the Product Stewardship Institute.
The Los Angeles Board of Public Works recommended seven haulers who should be awarded contracts in the City’s upcoming commercial franchise hauling zones.
California regulators are signaling they may want a mandatory program covering end-of-life management for packaging, and a workshop next week will explore what the details could look like.
A pair of Northeast states accept applications for recycling-related grants, and funds are awarded for a host of initiatives in Midwest and West Coast jurisdictions.