The largest Marine Corps base on the East Coast, Camp Lejeune covers 246 square miles and is home to about 170,000 residents, both military and civilian. It has stores, restaurants, schools, a library and more.
Over the last year, global facility operator FCC was determined to win a bid to sort Houston’s recyclables, and in the end it sweetened its offer to ensure it would be chosen. A company leader recently explained the details behind FCC’s strategy.
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Three organizations are pushing to have their packaging types accepted at MRFs, but six nonprofit recycling groups are pushing back.
Republic Services reported higher recycling revenues during the third quarter, and it expects its acquisition of MRF operator ReCommunity will boost tonnages it processes by about half going forward.
The Republic Services Anaheim Recycling Facility is a 35-acre site handling a wide variety of materials, including single-stream residential recyclables, commercial and multi-family mixed waste, organics, construction and demolition debris, white goods, and scrap electronics.