Oregon DEQ calls for emphasis on 'low-impact' materials, not 'recyclable'. During a recent NERC webinar, Oregon DEQ policy analyst David Allaway called for "prioritizing material options that have the lowest greenhouse gas emissions, lowest energy use and overall most limited effects on the environment."
Market realities. NERC Executive Director Lynn Rubinstein pens an analysis of end-use options for recyclables.
NERC: MRFs See Increase in Residuals, Processing Costs. NERC Executive Director Lynn Rubinstein discusses the financial realities currently facing recycling.
NERC releases most recent 'MRF Blended Value Report'. NERC updates its quarterly reports on the blended value of materials processed at Material Recovery Facilities (MRFs).
NERC: Survey shows rise in MRF processing costs. The average value of a ton of recyclables was $42.41 during the fourth quarter of 2019, but the average processing cost increased to $87 per ton.
NERC hosting workshop on recycled content in infrastructure. Attendees will be provided with insights and examples of practical applications.
Connecticut’s recycling system is outdated and losing money. Is it time to rethink what we do with our trash?. NERC's Executive Director Lynn Rubinstein advocates for recycling markets support in Connecticut.
Domestic plastics recycling capacity is expanding. An online map detailing increased processing capacity for recycled plastic draws on information published by NERC.
Connecticut’s outdated recycling system could be due for an overhaul. NERC Executive Director Lynn Rubinstein calls for incentives to help recycling businesses in Connecticut.
You do the math: The local cost of recycling. West Milford NJ Recycling and Solid Waste Coordinator David Stires cites NERC's report on blended commodity values.
US and Canada to add major processing capacity. New NERC report confirms that recycled plastic processing capacity is increasing in North America.
How a new domestic end market for HDPE emerged. A recent webinar co-sponsored by the Northeast Recycling Council reveals that recycled HDPE has been approved for use in road drainage pipes.