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A pile mentality doesn’t cut it when it comes to handling waste. Ensuring materials do not unnecessarily end up in a landfill is a prime goal of a waste management plan.
Charged with keeping the Jetson household neat and tidy, the fictional Rosie has essentially met her modern day match: Dr. R.E. (“robotic environmentalist”) Cycler—an educator AND a machine with a true purpose: to explain the ins and outs of recycling.
This “smart” compactor optimizes customer service to eliminate unnecessary pickups.
The company has partnered with the Student Conservation Association to foster and teach environmental stewardship in a variety of job types.
The right equipment can help facility managers to keep polyester (PET) strapping and steel banding out of landfills.
Managers can optimize their facilities’ waste streams with diversion and recycling.
The EPA has released recommended steps to take for schools with older lighting fixtures in order to reduce potential exposures to harmful levels of PCBs.
The guidance — part of EPA’s efforts to address potential PCB exposures in schools — is based on evidence that the older ballasts contain PCBs that can leak when the ballasts fail,
In October 2010, 77 colleges and universities took up the EPA’s challenge to reduce waste at one of their home football games.
Since Fall 2009, Elizabethtown College has been using a food waste treatment strategy that saves water and reduces waste hauling costs.
This past summer, Call2Recycle led the campaign to collect at least one million pounds of rechargeable batteries from Americans.