Recycling Balers: Are They Right for Your Business?

Waste Stream

Balers are often integral to a company’s recycling program. Balers are industrial compacting machines that turn recyclables into blocks in order to be easily stacked and transported. These units can be an asset to businesses of any size and type due to the many benefits associated with their use, but not all balers are right for every business.
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Debating Digesters and Dehydrators

Food

Approximately 70 million tons of food are wasted in the United States each year. When we waste food, we’re not just wasting the food itself; we’re also wasting all the resources that went into growing and transporting it. As the country’s food waste epidemic continues to grow, both individuals and commercial entities like restaurants and grocery stores are looking inwards to see how they can eliminate some of their own food waste.
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The True Value of Your Waste Stream: Savings and Sustainability

Waste Stream

When considering your company’s impact on the environment, it is crucial to understand your company’s waste stream. A waste stream is the entire lifecycle of specific waste output, from the moment it enters a facility to its eventual recovery, recycling, or disposal. By tracking your waste stream and its associated costs, you can begin to understand its value - and how to leverage it for savings and sustainability.
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Why are Single-Use Plastics Such a Concern?

Single Use Plastics

Statistics around single-use plastic are staggering. For instance, according to National Geographic, nearly a million plastic beverage bottles are sold a minute and only nine percent of all plastic globally is recycled. This leads to tens of billions of pounds of plastic waste sent to landfills a year - and billions of pounds of plastic waste ending up in our rivers and oceans, too.
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Zero Waste Myths

Zero Waste Myths

Going zero waste doesn’t happen overnight, especially for businesses and corporations that have a wide array of employees, operations and logistics to consider first. While the goal of zero waste is to reduce consumption, reuse as much as possible, send nothing to a landfill and - as a last alternative - to recycle and compost leftover waste, this theory is not always possible in reality. If your facility is thinking about joining the zero-waste movement, but you’re not sure where to start or how to make the commitment, don’t worry.
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5 Ways to Improve Your Facility's Waste Management Program in 2019

Waste Management

Whether you run a restaurant, grocery store, retail center, movie theater or any number of other waste-creating businesses, there is high chance that your facility is not operating as efficiently as it could when it comes to waste management. There is room for growth everywhere - as long as your facility is not already certified zero waste, that is.
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Sell It or Scrap It: How to Handle your Recycling Program

Recycling Program

Have you noticed a rise in your recycling costs? You’re not alone. Because of new trade policies, the waste management industry is seeing this trend throughout the country.
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How Restaurants Can Improve Plastic Use

Plastic Pollution

The use of plastic can sometimes be unpreventable, as it serves many purposes and plays a vital role in our everyday lives. One of the great advantages of many types of plastic is that it’s designed to last for a very long time: nearly all of the plastic ever created still exists in some form today.
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E-Waste & its Negative Effects on the Environment

Electronic Waste

A few questions to consider: do you still watch movies from a VCR player? More than likely, no. Are you purchasing the latest cell phone every time a new one is released?
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