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Catch up on Waste Dive's quarterly coverage of results from one of the U.S. industry's largest public waste companies, including details of its announced sale to Waste Management.
Catch up on Waste Dive's quarterly coverage of results from the Vermont-based waste and recycling company as it completed another year of renewed expansion through acquisition.
Catch up on Waste Dive's quarterly coverage of results from the industry's largest waste-to-energy company as it continued plans for international expansion.
Catch up on Waste Dive's quarterly coverage of a big year for the North American industry's largest player, including its plans to acquire Advanced Disposal Services.
Catch up on Waste Dive's quarterly coverage of results from the U.S. industry's second-largest player, including efforts to recalibrate its recycling business model.
Catch up on Waste Dive's quarterly coverage of results from the industry's third-largest player as it completed yet another year of major acquisition activity.
Commodity market turbulence remains challenging, but Covanta touted strong pricing growth and a string of upcoming international projects. The company also emphasized its role as a landfill alternative as climate concerns mount.
The Northeast company withdrew an expansion permit and will temporarily redirect tonnage to other sites. The business continues to enlarge its footprint otherwise, including the acquisition of a New York recycling facility.
The agency found its latest proposal could save utilities between $41 million and $138 million per year, siding with industry to give more "flexibility" on what kind of liners adequately protect human health and groundwater from leachate.
The Florida-based company notes winning two sizable collection contracts in the state, and facing continuous recycling headwinds, in its annual earnings report.
The programs — set to debut at independent coffee shops around San Francisco and Palo Alto — could pave the way for major chains to eventually make the switch as they seek to meet their environmental goals.
Indianapolis, Baltimore, Detroit and Milwaukee are among those highlighted in the nonprofit's new research. The report also focuses on untapped "recycling deserts" in certain regions of Texas.
The market is now viewed as more favorable for the Canadian company to go public after it canceled plans in November. GFL has raised more than $1 billion in the months since to fund its ongoing expansion.
Reprinted with permission from Resource Recycling magazine February 2020 issue. A Plan for Reinvigoration Co-authored by: Matt Naud, Senior Associate Consultant, RRS Matt Flechter, Recycling Market Development Specialist, Michigan EGLE Elisa Seltzer, Senior Consultant, RRS From the article… Growing... Read More...
A Greenpeace survey of U.S. MRFs found mixed plastics are virtually unrecyclable in the current market. The organization argues many major product companies are in violation of FTC requirements.
While some analysts wonder if certain fall election results could change the M&A landscape, CEO Worthing Jackman said he sees billions worth of useful assets left to buy for years to come regardless.
A multi-year effort to rework municipal recycling contracts is paying off, with hundreds now at higher pricing. The company also reported $526 million in M&A and ongoing overall price improvements.
2019 earnings were favorable, despite prolonged recycling headwinds, and landfill pricing continues to rise. Executives now anticipate $100 million-plus in synergies if the Advanced Disposal deal closes.
Since acquiring the North Carolina-based company, GFL has had to assume responsibility for ongoing issues at sites in at least three southern states.
The Trump administration's proposed budget would add new grant programs, but significantly shrink sustainable materials management funding. This comes as the agency insists it remains committed to strengthening national systems.