A town in Iowa looks to remove glass from its curbside stream, and a Southern California city renews a contract with Waste Management.
Advocacy organizations are pushing for New York City to adopt a franchise-zoning system for collection of commercial waste and recycling.
The Los Angeles Board of Public Works recommended seven haulers who should be awarded contracts in the City’s upcoming commercial franchise hauling zones.
Surges in commodity prices during the first quarter drove huge recycling revenue gains for Waste Management, Republic Services and Waste Connections.
The City of Columbus, Ohio will pay 50 percent more for recycling and yard debris collection over the next five years, under the terms of a contract approved this week.