Solid Waste & Recycling


Coming in the February/March magazine edition

The next edition (February/March) of Solid Waste & Recycling magazine will offer readers exciting feature articles...

The next edition (February/March) of Solid Waste & Recycling magazine will offer readers exciting feature articles and columns that include the following:

The closing date to book advertising space is Wednesday, January 26. Call Publisher Brad O’Brien at 416-510-6798 or 1-888-702-1111, ext. 2

Our editor looks at the controversy over proposed landfill at Site 41 in Tiny Township, Ontario.
by Guy Crittenden

Cover Story (exclusive):
Results of a major study by EPIC on blue box program efficiency.
by Guy Crittenden

Product Stewardship:
Stewardship program for pesticide residuals and pharmaceutical waste.
by Lorne Hepworth

Urban tree salvage company recycles lumber from landfills.
by Sean Gorham

Survey sponsored by the Reusable Pallet & Container Coalition shows benefits of shipping produce in reusable plastic containers as opposed to corrugated cartons.
by Jim Morrison, Buckhorn Canada Inc.

Transportation Technology:
Non-metallic, synthetic steel strapping for transportation of baled recyclables.
By Hasmig Kevorkian, Caritrade Systems Inc.

Transportation Sidebar: Operate-at-idle system on Heil automated side-, rear- and front-loaders.
by Kristen Simpson

Thermal Treatment:
External Steam Agitation technology for liquid and solid infectious waste.
by Glenn Reynolds, Bioservices Group Inc.

Tech Talk:
AXO Shredders for high-volume paper shredding.
by Matthew Watson

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

Composting Matters:
Organics programs and policies in Quebec.
by Paul van der Werf

Waste Business Watch
How to reduce your transportation costs.
by John Nicholson, P.Eng.

Final Analysis
Recent developments drastically affect U.S. Superfund laws.
by Adam Chamberlain, LL.B.

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