As the Resource Recycling Conference kicked off in Indianapolis last week, the host city’s recent decision to turn to mixed waste processing was the subject of a fiery and insightful debate.
The Indiana Recycling Coalition’s Carey Hamilton is right – few things are more frustrating than missed opportunities. What Ms. Hamilton and the IRC fail to realize is the irony in their own rhetoric. Continue Reading
Few things are more frustrating than missed opportunities. And, in that context, few places are more frustrating today than Indianapolis – an otherwise sustainable city – when it comes to recycling. Continue Reading
Leaders in Canada’s largest city have approved a goal of diverting 70 percent of residential materials from landfill by 2026.
Houston may not ultimately implement its controversial One Bin for All system, a plan that calls for residents to toss garbage and recyclables in a single curbside cart for later sortation.
In Texas, an environmental advocacy group has launched a campaign aimed at derailing the City of Houston’s plans to secure funding for an ambitious project called “One Bin for All,” which would allow residents to put all their discards in one container that will be sorted out at a new multi-million dollar facility.