<img alt="" src="http://www.srvtrkxx2.com/90931.png" style="display:none;">

Case Studies and Resources

Plastics - The Good, the Bad, the Ugly!

We’ve all see it, the little numbers on most plastic.  Have you ever wondered what those numbers mean?  I have, so I thought I would do some research on what they mean and how they affect the ability to recycle that item.  I will list my sources at the end of the article if you want to check out any of them for yourself.

Topics: sustainability environmental reduce reuse recyclable going green zero waste plastic pollution recycle recycling plastic plastic waste

Packaging Bans – Do they work?

Over the past few months, we have heard a lot about bans on single use plastic and foam items; things like plastic bags, drinking straws, and take out containers.  We have spent some time looking into these bans and whether or not they will actually make an impact on plastic waste.  As of right now, only about 9% of all plastic that has ever been produced has been recycled. 

Topics: waste removal recycling sustainability waste disposal regulations state regulations environmental trash reduce recyclable going green food waste regulations landfill Food packaging zero waste garbage plastic pollution recycle recy waste cleanup recycling plastic plastic waste commercial garbage

Recycling Cigarette Butts

We see them everywhere, cigarette butts littering the ground.  Most people don’t even think about what those filters are made out of, so here we go.  Most filters are made out of acetate cellulose, which is a plastic.  As we all know by now, plastic doesn’t biodegrade or break down for hundreds of years, and even the broken down plastic, just turns into microplastic.  So, up until recently, there has been no “cure” for cigarette butts.

Topics: recycling zero waste recycle waste cleanup plastic waste

From Zero Diversion to Zero Waste in 2 Years!

The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is now officially a zero waste venue.  Over 90% of the trash created during games is either recycled or composted.  It seems like an impossible task, but it is just about making a few small changes.  It took them working with their vendors, their employees, and their contractor.  They went from the standard paper plates to fiber based plates that could be composted, and one of the most important aspects – training their employees on proper waste handling. 

Topics: food waste reduction zero waste

Instead of Black Friday Go Blue


Topics: sustainability retailers trash reduce News zero waste waste cleanup

Small Steps to Food Waste Reduction

We are all aware of the need to be more ecologically friendly, both in our businesses and our homes.  We recycle our paper, our plastic, our glass bottles; but what about our kitchen waste?  Have you implemented a recycling program in your home or office for food waste?  It’s not as hard as you might think.  The easiest way is to start small.  We all have someone in our lives who is involved in gardening.  Here is an easy way to help them make their gardens grow, and eliminate more waste from entering the landfills.

Topics: waste management waste disposal wet waste food waste food waste reduction organic waste zero waste

ATTENTION: Hotels & Restaurants

Are You Paying WAY Too Much Per Month for Trash And Recycling?

Topics: waste removal recycling Composting waste management sustainability retailers waste disposal regulations federal regulations state regulations restaurants commercial businesses greenhouse gas emissions environmental Mandatory Commercial Recycling Dumpster Rolloff Dumpsters Dumpster Service Garbage Removal restaurant waste management hazardous materials contracts trash reduce reuse wet waste recyclable green going green property manager commercial property owner retail property owner trash hauling HubSpot Tips food waste food waste reduction organic waste food waste regulations food service landfill anaerobic digestion aerobic digestion Restaurant Facility Management Association RFMA National Association for Convenience Stores NACS National Restaurant Association Conserve program Food packaging Retail Waste Management Construction Waste Management Dumpsters News cost management saveongarbage waste audit zero waste cost containment garbage orlando shooting

WHITE PAPER OFFERING NEW INFORMATION ON RECYCLING RATES

JUNE 14, 2016. Bill Moore of Moore & Associates and Peter Engel of Kessler Consulting announce the release of the white paper entitled: “Demystifying MSW Recycling Rates” that sheds light on “real” recovery rates of municipal solid waste (MSW) in the United States.

Topics: waste removal recycling Composting waste management sustainability retailers waste disposal regulations federal regulations state regulations restaurants commercial businesses greenhouse gas emissions environmental Mandatory Commercial Recycling Dumpster Rolloff Dumpsters Dumpster Service Garbage Removal restaurant waste management hazardous materials contracts trash reduce reuse wet waste recyclable green going green property manager commercial property owner retail property owner trash hauling HubSpot Tips food waste food waste reduction organic waste food waste regulations food service landfill anaerobic digestion aerobic digestion Restaurant Facility Management Association RFMA National Association for Convenience Stores NACS National Restaurant Association Conserve program Food packaging Retail Waste Management Construction Waste Management Dumpsters News cost management saveongarbage waste audit zero waste cost containment garbage orlando shooting

What Size Dumpster Do I Need?

As a property, restaurant or retail manager, you are always seeking ways to increase efficiencies, streamline operations and reduce costs. You probably think of the garbage dumpster on your property simply as a waste removal solution, but did you know that having the correct size dumpster for your business is important to your bottom line?   Consider the following Q & A when it comes to selecting a dumpster for your business:

Topics: waste removal recycling Composting waste management sustainability retailers waste disposal regulations federal regulations state regulations restaurants commercial businesses greenhouse gas emissions environmental Mandatory Commercial Recycling Dumpster Rolloff Dumpsters Dumpster Service Garbage Removal restaurant waste management hazardous materials contracts trash reduce reuse wet waste recyclable green going green property manager commercial property owner retail property owner trash hauling HubSpot Tips food waste food waste reduction organic waste food waste regulations food service landfill anaerobic digestion aerobic digestion Restaurant Facility Management Association RFMA National Association for Convenience Stores NACS National Restaurant Association Conserve program Food packaging Retail Waste Management Construction Waste Management Dumpsters News cost management saveongarbage waste audit zero waste cost containment garbage orlando shooting

Waste Paper Management Market worth 43.35 Billion USD by 2020!

The global waste paper management market is projected to be valued at around USD 43.35 Billion by 2020, and to grow at a CAGR of 2.55% from 2015 to 2020.

Topics: waste removal recycling Composting waste management sustainability retailers waste disposal regulations federal regulations state regulations restaurants commercial businesses greenhouse gas emissions environmental Mandatory Commercial Recycling Dumpster Rolloff Dumpsters Dumpster Service Garbage Removal restaurant waste management hazardous materials contracts trash reduce reuse wet waste recyclable green going green property manager commercial property owner retail property owner trash hauling HubSpot Tips food waste food waste reduction organic waste food waste regulations food service landfill anaerobic digestion aerobic digestion Restaurant Facility Management Association RFMA National Association for Convenience Stores NACS National Restaurant Association Conserve program Food packaging Retail Waste Management Construction Waste Management Dumpsters News cost management saveongarbage waste audit zero waste cost containment garbage orlando shooting