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National nonprofit The Recycling Partnership announced its newest funding partner, the global food and beverage leader, PepsiCo. The organizations have agreed to collaborate on an ambitious cross-sector approach to increasing recycling rates across America.

Quest Resource Holding Corporation, a leader in sustainability, recycling, and environmental and resource management, has disclosed the renewal of a three year waste minimization contract with The Kroger Co. Quest will continue to implement custom food waste and meat recycling solutions for the retailer across the U.S.

The Ventura County Public Works Agency’s (VCPWA) Integrated Waste Management Division (IWMD) commemorated the launch of two major recycling efforts at a double recycling event featuring a check presentation and ribbon cutting ceremony at two Oxnard recycling facilities. The new advances, administered through the Recycling Market Development Zone, which is managed in Ventura County by VCPWA IWMD, makes it easier for residents and businesses to recycle both plastic bottles and residential/business carpeting.

The Metal Construction Association (MCA) is providing a Metal Roofing Certification Program for metal roofing products to help companies “raise the roof” by differentiating their products from the competition. The MCA Metal Roofing Certification Program is open to paint and coatings companies, roofing product manufacturers, coil processors, and roll formers.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has added James Kenneth Ward to its list of criminal fugitives. Ward was indicted on April 5, 2017, in federal district court in Montana and escaped custody of local officials during a prison transport in Wyoming in March 2013.

Carpet America Recovery Effort (CARE)’s California Carpet Stewardship Program has awarded grants of $10,000 Each to five companies for its Cycle 1M Micro-Grants for Collections/Reuse Programs pilot.