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The ruling comes as the agency reportedly is preparing new joint employment regulations. The original case relates back to organizing efforts led by temporary workers at a Republic Services subsidiary’s MRF in California.
CEO John Casella attributed the “best quarter in company history” to pricing programs that covered cost inflation and growth from 11 acquisitions this year. Recycling and disposal capacity projects are also progressing.
The bipartisan Recycling Infrastructure and Accessibility Act of 2022 and the Recycling and Composting Accountability Act have garnered support from multiple waste and recycling organizations.
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Activists say the EJ investigation is a “step in the right direction” but doesn’t get to the heart of other systemic issues, such as their concerns on landfill expansions being ignored.
Executives outlined ongoing efforts to recover direct fuel costs, similar to existing programs by major competitors, and shared an updated outlook on acquisition strategy given the inflationary environment.
Following WIN’s purchase of Waste Away Systems, CEO Robert Boucher says more Ohio acquisitions are likely as the Northeast company looks to expand its collection footprint and internalize volumes at two landfills in the state.
The bill could strengthen availability of microchips, making it easier to source new trucks and equipment, supporters say. Language from a prior bill that would have banned e-scrap exports was not included.
Oregon DEQ’s rulemaking advisory committee is just part of the multi-year process to fully implement its EPR law, which also calls for changes to local recycling programs and standardizing recycling collection lists.
CEO Jim Fish said during the company’s July 27 earnings call that even if an economic slowdown occurs, WM is well-positioned to gain market share. New investments in RNG projects and MRF automation are also progressing.
The aging facility was handling 720,000 tons per year of waste, much of which is now getting landfilled. A legislative task force is assessing what comes next for the authority that operated it for decades.
Numerous companies and municipalities in the pilot are about halfway through their certification process. There’s flexibility in the work-at-your-own-pace model, but COVID-19 and staff turnover have slowed progress.
Economic pressures could lead chief financial officers to cut down on investments in sustainability despite a growing executive focus on ESG, Gartner finds.
Climate goals are inspiring European operators to explore new technologies for their emissions, yet the environmental and financial outcomes remain to be seen. Skeptics say reduction, reuse and recycling are still the best options.
Climate goals are inspiring European operators to explore new technologies for their emissions, yet the environmental and financial outcomes remain to be seen. Skeptics say reduction, reuse and recycing are still the best option.
John Porter, formerly vice president and manager of the company’s San Francisco group, was previously charged for an alleged role in directing more than $1 million in benefits to a city official in exchange for favorable treatment.
Neil Smith, who joined Vanguard after leading an energy company during a similar period of expansion, breaks down what the sale means for the company’s efforts to launch dozens of RNG-producing facilities.
Latino and Black residents say the city ignored repeated calls to clean up illegal dumping in their area. The DOJ investigation is notable for its rare focus on a municipal solid waste department, but the city calls the accusations “baseless.”
Proposed changes are meant to clarify existing solid waste laws and make progress toward the state’s greenhouse gas reduction goal. The Department of Environmental Conservation will accept comments through Aug. 24.
The new contracts are the latest ripple effect from Red River’s service issues in recent months. They follow emergency contracts the city approved with WM and Waste Pro earlier this year.