Solid Waste & Recycling


Bonus show distribution of Solid Waste & Recycling's April/May edition

Spring is a busy time for conferences and trade shows in the waste management and recycling industry.

Spring is a busy time for conferences and trade shows in the waste management and recycling industry.

Companies that sell products and services in the industry will be interested to learn that the April/May edition of Solid Waste & Recycling magazine will have bonus copies distributed at the following important industry events:

Recycling Council of Ontario, May 4-6 Toronto, Ontario

Waste Expo, May 3 – 5, Las Vegas, Nevada

Municipal Waste Integration Network (MWIN), June 15-16 Waterloo, Ontario.

Anyone interested in advertising in this edition should contact Publisher Brad O’Brien at 1-888-702-1111 ext. 2

Ad Space closing: March 21
Artwork required: March 26

The April/May edition features an exciting article line-up that includes:

Pros and cons of visible or invisible fees for product stewardship programs.
by Guy Crittenden

Cover Story:
How anaerobic digestion can help meet municipal waste-diversion and Kyoto targets.
By Bruce Holbein

Product Stewardship:
(See supplement on Electronics Equipment Recycling below.)

Labrie Juggler unit’s ultrasonic solid separating process allows for the collection of the contents of grease traps or septic tanks by separating the solids from the liquid.
By Noha Mandour, Labrie

Roll up the rim to win: the challenge to recycle Tim Horton’s disposable cups.
by Guy Crittenden

Social marketing to change behavior and boost recycling participation.
by John Smith, Lura Consulting

Transportation Technology:
Mack Truck front axle set-back allows more payload, greater maneuverability and profit.
By John Walsh, Mack Truck

Landfill gas collection at Waste Management’s facility in St. Sophie, Quebec.

Tech Talk: High-tech tracking
@Road Facilities Management Suite combines GPS tracking, dynamic routing and scheduling, electronic cover sheets and more.
by Leo Jolicoeur, @Road, Inc.

Cancom Tracking’s GPS-based Route Tracker assists waste management fleets in: vehicle activity monitoring, route verification/service monitoring, and vehicle safety monitoring.
By Lana Smith, Cancom Tracking

Composting Matters
Composting in Manitoba.
by Paul van der Werf

Regulation Roundup
Regulatory changes across Canada.
by Rosalind Cooper, LL.B

Waste Business Watch
How to make money recycling electronics equipment
by John Nicholson, P.Eng.

Final Analysis
Ontario Bill 133: challenge to natural justice principles and due diligence.
by Adam Chamberlain

Special Supplement: Balers, Shedders & Conveyors

Supplement on Electronics Equipment Recycling

Nova Scotias new electronics waste product stewardship regulation and program.
by Barry Friesen

Electronic Product Stewardship Canada update.
by Guy Crittenden

GREENTEC diverts printer cartridges from landfill.
by Tony Perrotta, president, GREENTEC

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