Tag: waste companies

The term usually relates to all kinds of waste, whether generated during the extraction of raw materials, the processing of raw materials into intermediate and final products, the consumption of final products, or other human activities, including municipal (residential, institutional, commercial), agricultural, and special (health care, household hazardous wastes, sewage sludge). Waste management is intended to reduce adverse effects of waste on health, the environment or aesthetics.

SWANA News

SWANA News

Two Safety-Oriented Companies Join SWANA’s Affinity Program
The Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA) is proud to announce two additions to its growing affinity program, Blue Ridge Services, Inc. and Eureco Health Solutions.

Both local governments and private sector companies will benefit from taking advantage of SWANA’s affinity relationship with these

Wheelabrator Parc Adfer Energy Recovery Facility Achieves Financial Close

Wheelabrator Parc Adfer Energy Recovery Facility Achieves Financial Close

PORTSMOUTH, N.H. — December 15, 2016 — Wheelabrator Technologies today reached financial close on a new 220,000 tons per year energy recovery facility, with construction to commence in January 2017 on the Deeside Industrial Park in Flintshire, North Wales.

“To achieve financial close is a significant milestone and I’m extremely proud

To Keep Your Waste Trucks Running, Focus on Preventive Maintenance

To Keep Your Waste Trucks Running, Focus on Preventive Maintenance

Curtis Dorwart, vocational products marketing manager with Mack Trucks, says that operators who make sure that their trucks are properly oiled and lubed will save their municipalities plenty of money in eliminated repair bills. “Routine maintenance is absolutely critical for the long-term durability and reliability of the vehicle,” he says.

MWP: Do You Doggie-Paddle to It or Swim Free Style?

MWP: Do You Doggie-Paddle to It or Swim Free Style?

This is the fourth article in the series. I will now pull the high points of the three previous articles together and include a look at the current state of MWFP around the country, and provide a few points of comparison of a hypothetical community: (1) using a single-stream materials

Safety First, Last, and Always

Safety First, Last, and Always

Introduction
Safety depends upon alertness. Alertness depends on awareness. Awareness depends on knowledge. And knowledge depends on information received from a full spectrum of sensory media. For waste collection trucks and their crews, this includes visible light, infrared, radar, data from a global positioning system (GPS) satellite, and sound waves. These

An Easier Sell—Smart Truck Supplement

An Easier Sell—Smart Truck Supplement

There was a time when Richard Pearlman had to explain to operators in the municipal solid waste industry what GPS was. There was a time when truck operators had no idea what an onboard scale was or did. Those days are gone. The drivers and managers of solid waste districts

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