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China Announces Intent to Ban Certain Waste Imports

China Announces Intent to Ban Certain Waste Imports

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The Chinese government notified the World Trade Organization (WTO) on July 18 of its intent to restrict the import of 24 types of solid waste by the end of 2017, including multiple types of plastics, textiles, mixed fibers and other material. In the filing, the Chinese government states the need  … Read More

LCSWMA RECEIVES DEP APPROVAL TO VERTICALLY EXPAND THE FREY FARM LANDFILL

LCSWMA RECEIVES DEP APPROVAL TO VERTICALLY EXPAND THE FREY FARM LANDFILL

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LANCASTER, PA— The Lancaster County Solid Waste Management Authority (LCSWMA) announced it received final approval from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) on its application for a major permit modification to vertically expand the Frey Farm Landfill.

While LCSWMA’s Integrated System effectively diverts 96-98% of Lancaster County’s municipal solid waste  … Read More

ISWA’s Statement on USA’s Decision to exit the Climate Change Agreement

ISWA’s Statement on USA’s Decision to exit the Climate Change Agreement

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As Donald Trump pulls the plug on the United States’ involvement in the Climate Change Agreement, ISWA President Antonis Mavropoulos makes it very clear that ISWA stands with all the industry and political leaders who have since spoken out against Donald Trump’s dangerous actions. This is an affront to science,  … Read More

Call for Speakers

Call for Speakers

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Southern California Waste Management Forum: 2017 Annual Conference and Exhibits, November 8, 2017. Sheraton Fairplex Hotel and Conference Center, Pomona, CA  … Read More

SLOW DOWN TO GET AROUND LEGISLATION APPROVED IN MISSOURI

SLOW DOWN TO GET AROUND LEGISLATION APPROVED IN MISSOURI

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Motorists Will Be Required to Slow Down and Proceed With Caution When Approaching Waste and Recycling Vehicles or Face Penalties
Arlington, VA– May 22, 2017 – On May 19, the Missouri General Assembly approved legislation that will protect workers in the waste and recycling industry on the state’s roadways. Missouri is  … Read More



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