Established waste processing techniques are
Municipal solid waste (MSW) operations face three primary goals in sorting material: the ability to do so in a manner that most efficiently saves time and money, the potential for generating the optimal post-sort revenue, and having a process that ensures safety.
80-tph system includes Max-AI™, autonomous container line
San Jose, California – June 21, 2017 – – GreenWaste Recovery commissioned a 40-tph Mixed Waste Material Recovery Facility (MRF) in May 2007. That system was awarded SWANA’s 2008 Gold Award for Recycling Excellence. More than 10 years later, GreenWaste is ready to expand.
Many operations are moving toward ballistic separators and systems that offer versatility against the backdrop of an ever-changing waste environment. Some manufacturers offer a chance to test ballistic sorters before making an investment.
Living on an island with its limited footprint calls for creative solutions for handling solid waste. The efforts of Honolulu’s solid waste division—guided by Energy Recovery Administrator Wayne Hamada—earned SWANA’s 2016 Waste-to-Energy Gold Award. Over the years, one of two landfills closed, leaving the other and an incinerator operating, until
Waste is inevitable in any construction or development project. Whether it’s clearing and grubbing, new construction and building, improvements to infrastructure, or demolition, waste is the deliberate or indirect result of these operations. Clearing and grubbing operations produce large quantities of a homogenous waste (a.k.a. green waste).
ClearSpan™ Fabric Structures announced they will be attending the 2017 Waste Expo this upcoming May in New Orleans. ClearSpan will be located at Booth 2202.
At the booth, Truss Arch Specialists will be available to help customers get started with their ideal waste management solution. Specialists will be able to show
SWANA’s Safety Ambassador Program Named “Safety Initiative of the Year” By Waste Dive
The Solid Waste Association of North America’s (SWANA) Safety Ambassador program has been named the winner of the 2016 Dive Awards: Safety Initiative of the Year by Waste Dive, a leading industry news publisher.
Across the waste and recycling industry,
This article provides highlights from a research memorandum recently published by the SWANA Applied Research Foundation (ARF) on the collection of organic wastes from high-rise buildings and apartment complexes. This research need was identified by North Vancouver, British Columbia, and selected for investigation during FY2012 (July 2011 through June 2012).