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LFG Recovery: A Road Map to Success

LFG recovery: A road map to success

In Waste Today, GBB Senior Vice President Chris Lund, PE, discusses several key factors that must be considered when setting up and maintaining a LFG recovery system for environmental and economic success.

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5 Ingredients for Your Community’s Zero-Waste Future

5 Ingredients for Your Community’s Zero-Waste Future

In Waste Today, GBB Senior Vice President and Sustainability Officer Jennifer Porter presents five questions to consider when upgrading a sustainable materials management program for communities considering how to reach Zero Waste.

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ESG: We Won’t Achieve What We Don’t Measure

ESG Guidance: We Won’t Achieve What We Don’t Measure

In Waste Today, GBB Project Manager Eugenia Manwelyan provides a step-by-step approach to conduct a solid waste management facility equity audit to help identify the impacts it has had and continues to have on the community.

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23 Sustainable New Year Resolutions for 2023!

New Year Resolutions Make a reuse resolution this year! A new year brings the promise of new commitments, aspirational goals, and, as tradition has it, resolutions for the coming days. In the spirit of setting goals for the new year, consider 23 tips for resolutions that will help live sustainably in 2023 and beyond.

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Support Sustainability for the Holidays!

Happy Holidays
While the holiday season is known for joy, it is also tantamount to extra shopping and increased waste. Fortunately, it is possible to spread cheer with thoughtful gifts for loved ones that don’t harm our environment. Support sustainability into the new year with four ideas to give holiday gifts with the environment in mind.

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5 Tips to Reduce Food Waste During the Holiday Season

During the holidays, there are many joyful traditions to enjoy, especially indulging in delicious meals with family and friends. All that good food, however, can become a burden to our landfills and incinerators, as Americans waste an extra 25% of the total food supply during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays each year. With a little bit of thoughtful planning, we can all work together to reduce our food waste this holiday season with 5 simple tips.

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Deconstruct or Bust: A Perspective on Building Deconstruction

Deconstruct or Bust: A Perspective on Building Deconstruction

In Waste Today, Brandie Townsend challenges the industry to apply a deconstruction framework over demolition in upcoming building or redesign ventures. She also discusses the process from the perspectives of an architect, a general contractor and a recycler.

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Recycling Isn’t Broken, But It Does Need to Change

Recycling Isn’t Broken, But It Does Need to Change

In Waste Today, Brad Kelley opines that recycling isn’t broken but now is the time to adapt it for viability in the future. He provides his observations and suggestions on how to improve recycling in the U.S. and potentially propel residential recycling rates to nearly 70%.

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A Just Transition Deserves a Targeted Universalism Approach

A Just Transition Deserves a Targeted Universalism Approach

In Waste Today, Paige Davis discusses the targeted universalism equity-based policy framework that the EPA should consider as it finalizes its definition of disadvantaged communities determining which communities will be eligible to receive BIL waste and recycling grant funding.

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Collaboration Cultivates Success for Food Waste Composting/Education Pilot Program

Collaboration Cultivates Success for Food Waste Composting/Education Pilot Program

In Waste Today, Ricky Phillips talks about how the Prince William County Public School Division, in Virginia, developed a pilot program designed to divert and collect food waste from selected schools for compost processing off-site with a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

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