At this year’s SWANApalooza, I sat in on a session in which Jay Hatho, the CIO and senior vice president at SCS Engineers, explained that the widespread use of drones in the waste industry is still years away.
Waste management is, however, embracing the benefits of big data, and one … Read More
A fleet of Volvo machines is busy removing an existing waste dump and constructing a new sanitary landfill in Lebanon.
Lebanon has made headlines in recent years – not for its sun-kissed seashores, but rather, for the huge mountain of rubbish that occupies the shores of the coastal town of Bourj … Read More
That’s the task our mighty Forester University has placed on its webinar platter for next week, calling upon well-known and respected MSW attorney, Constance Hornig, to plumb the murky depths of such agenda-laden organizations as OMB, EPA, and Senate Committee on Environmental and Public Works (EPW).
Are you interested in what … Read More
Rubicon Global has become a member of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s Circular Economy 100 (CE100) Emerging Innovator Program. The CE100 brings together corporates, governments and cities, academic institutions, emerging innovators and affiliates to realize their circular economy ambitions faster.
As an Emerging Innovator in the CE100, Rubicon brings insights on technology, … Read More
Permitting lateral and/or vertical expansions is the way for the landfill operators to remain in business, and that has resulted in permitted landfills becoming larger and taller. There are currently permitted landfills in the state of Florida or in other states with a maximum waste thickness exceeding 300 feet. Landfills … Read More