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  • New York City shoots for zero waste to landfills

    The de Blasio administration released “One New York: The Plan for a Strong and Just City,” a comprehensive plan for a sustainable city for New Yorkers that addresses social, economic and environmental challenges.

  • Solar energy on landfills and brownfields continues growth

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    Solar energy generation on closed landfills and brownfields has experienced significant growth over the past few years.

  • Equipment Spotlight | JAN 2015 Optical Sorters

  • Low cost loans available for recycling infrastructure

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    A new investment fund is making $100 million in zero interest and below market loans for recycling infrastructure.

  • Re-evaluating single stream: Is there a better way?

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    Twenty years ago, almost every American community with a recycling program required residents to sort recyclable materials, separating paper, plastic, glass and other materials before placing them in one or more bins for curbside collection. The advent of single-stream recycling changed all that.

  • ‘I Want To Be Recycled’ campaign launched

    Keep America Beautiful (KAB) and the Ad Council revealed that the City of Austin, Texas is the first city to partner in the “I Want To Be Recycled” multimedia public service advertising campaign.