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  • April / May 2017PDF
    Respect the Collect: Program Conquers Risks to Waste Management Workers; Disposal Bans; Drywall Recycling: Keeping Gypsum Out of the Landfill; From Trash to Treasure: Thinking Outside the Blue Box; Bin Sensor Technology: Maximize Efficiency, Save Money; Upgrade and Rehabilitation of Landfill Gas Systems
  • February / March 2017PDF
    Building a New Solid Waste System from the Ground Up in the Regional District of Kitimat Stikine; From Trash to Treasure: Driving the Circular Economy through Material Exchange; Fuelling Solid Waste Fleets with Renewable Natural Gas; Electric Waste Pick-Up Needs Traction in Canada; Collection Vehicle Selection: Hauling the Right Choice in a World of Options; An Eastern Townships First: Public Natural Gas Refuelling Station; The Fashion of Waste Diversion; UBC’s Urban Miners Keep LEDs out of Landfills; Seven Year Old Takes on Plastic Waste
  • December 2016 / January 2017PDF
    2017 Looking up for Waste Management & Recycling; Facility Innovations 2016-2017; Non-Profit Textile Diversion; Waste & Recycling Expo 2017; How Demographics and Technology Explain The Evolving Tonne, Why Blue Box Materials are Changing, and What Technology has to Do About It; RightCycle Diverts Industrial Waste: Taking Back the Tundra; Product Stewardship in Action: The Business Case for Lifecycle Thinking; Are you Prepared for Global Deflation?; Lightweight, Recycled, Sustainable: the Story of Canada’s Packaging Grades
  • October / November 2016 PDF
    Repurposing with Purpose; A Culture of Compost; NetZero Abbotsford; Slag Recycler Uses Dust Suppression Cannon to Meet Air Quality Regulations; GMAP Tests Green Business in Toronto; Modular Depots; Away-From-Home Recycling; Eco-friendly Cleaning, Almost Zero Packaging Waste; Developing the Renewable Natural Gas Market in Ontario; Worldwide Extraction of Materials Triples in Four Decades
  • August / September 2016PDF
    Is Zero Waste Grocery the Future?; SWANA, First Nations Join Forces to Eliminate Waste; Mixing up Source Separation; Plastic-easting Worms May Offer Solution to Mounting Waste, Stanford Researchers Discover; How to buy an AD Plant; Low Energy Revolution, Is the Circular Economy Fact or Fiction?; TWD Introduces the 50 Million Pound Pilot Project; Combating Textile Waste with the Three Rs: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
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