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We Need to Modernize Mixed Plastic Recycling

January 18, 2024

Fifty-plus years since the first plastic recycling facility opened its doors in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania and the United States is still only recycling approximately 5% of plastic,

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The Dug-Up Truth About Landfill Disposal

April 18, 2023

When materials reach the end of their lifecycles, what becomes of them? Unfortunately, they’re usually thrown away. Although there are a wide variety of sustainable solutions that ...

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Our Executive Leadership Team on Recent Violent Incidents

May 26, 2022

Like you, we were shocked and saddened by the news this week of the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas. The death of 19 innocent children and their teachers is an unimaginable tragedy, and our hearts ...

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How Climate Change Will Impact Everyday Living

August 19, 2021

Earth’s climate is now changing faster than at any point in human history due largely to the activities of modern civilization. This shift has already reached every corner of the globe, impacting ...

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Four Ways Waste-to-Energy is Protecting New Jersey’s Tomorrow

July 13, 2021

As today’s world demands more sustainable practices due to the mounting impacts of climate change, everyone from regulators to residents are paying closer attention to how waste is handled. This ...

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Environmental Justice and the Road Forward

June 10, 2021

This year will mark 51 years since the first Earth Day was celebrated. During that time, the waste and recycling industry has made major strides to protect the planet for future generations, with ...

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It's Time for Real Action on Environmental Justice

May 4, 2021

It is difficult not to notice Covanta’s Waste-to-Energy incinerators in Newark and Camden, New Jersey. Yes, these are industrial sites with noticeable chimneys, easily spotted from a distance and ...

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A Wake-Up Call for Sustainable Infrastructure

April 8, 2021

Beware the Ides of March. An apt Shakespearean warning that seems quite applicable to the pandemic-spurred office closings and community lockdowns that ...

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