Solid Waste & Recycling


  • Waste Stock Watch (January 01, 1999)

    January 1, 1999 by James Sbrolla

    The months of October and November have been dynamic for capital markets. As was predicted in the last issue, the U.S. Federal Reserve decreased interest rates by another quarter of a per cent and the…

  • The "Plastic Can"

    October 1, 1998 by Guy Crittenden

    Napthalate-based polyesters, or “PEN” for short, are a group of wonder materials from which beverage containers may be made which have aesthetic and performance characteristics similar to glass, but w…

  • The NaPP Deception

    October 1, 1998 by Colin Isaacs

    European countries and their consumer product industries have spent hundreds of millions of dollars over the past few years on programs such as Germany’s Duales System to achieve substantial reduction…

  • Mixed Solid and Liquid Waste Composting

    October 1, 1998 by Claude Marmen

    The Conporec composting facility in Tracy, Quebec (located 60km North-East of Montreal) has developed an innovative odor-free composting process for municipal solid and liquid waste. The automated pro…

  • Red Tape and the Transboundary Business

    September 1, 1998 by Robert G. Power, LL.B.

    The transboundary movement of municipal and industrial, commercial, and institutional (IC&I) waste is about to become further entangled by more red tape and fees. Bill C-32 will soon replace the exist…

  • FREE LISTING!

    September 1, 1998 by Solid Waste & Recycling

    Your information will be published in the December/January 1999 issue of Solid Waste & Recycling magazine – the 1999 Directory and Buyer’s Guide issue – at no charge. Please type or neatly print to as…

  • Nova Scotia: NEW COMPOSTING FACILITY GUIDELINES ISSUED

    September 1, 1998 by Barry Friesen, P. Eng.

    The Nova Scotia Department of the Environment (NSDOE) has recently issued the new Composting Facility Guidelines. The guidelines follow the NSDOE six-month moratorium on large-scale open-windrow compo…

  • HyTronics Weigh Systems

    September 1, 1998 by Philip Clarke

    In the waste industry, the scale is more often than not the “company cash register.” If a scale is unreliable or inaccurate, customers could be over- or under-charged (both of which are bad for busine…

  • To keep more of what you earn, call us today.

    September 1, 1998 by Solid Waste & Recycling

    You arepaying more tax than you want toa sole proprieter of an unincorporated businessaffected by fiscal year-end changes to the Income Tax Actincrease your disposable income and minimize taxe…

  • EXHIBITORS (AS OF JULY 31, 1998)

    September 1, 1998 by Solid Waste & Recycling

    1998 RCO CONFERENCE AND TRADE SHOW OCTOBER 6-8, 1998A -1 Products241 Clarence StBrampton Ontario L6W 4P2tel: 905-451-4800 fax: 905-451-9977Cathy Tedesco, Sales RepresentativeBOOTH #415Recycling contai…