Saturday, October 1, 2022

Tag: resource recovery

Trucking Right Along: Ontario’s excess soil laws and considerations for the...

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For decades, many involved in land development and construction struggled with how to interpret Ontario’s regulation of excavated soil. Stakeholders had many common questions....

The Cost of Plastic Pollution: How economic instruments can address recovery...

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The problem of plastic pollution is gaining increasing attention from the media, from politicians, from scientists, from environmentalists, and, hopefully, from the public. However,...

Steps taken toward better recycling and resource recovery across Canada

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The Government of Canada is continuing to bring forward new measures to better manage plastic and move towards its goal of zero plastic waste...

Study: slow global warming by using compost as fertilizer

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A new study led from the University of Waterloo discovered greenhouse gas production is significantly less when bio-based residues like compost replaces widely used...

Regulation Roundup: How to manage excess soil through “the pause” in...

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Whether it is transit lines, highway construction, or pipelines, new infrastructure projects in Ontario are being proposed daily and they are essential to keeping...

Recycled rubber from scrap tires supports 13 new projects in B.C.

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The Tire Stewardship BC (TSBC), a not-for-profit group dedicated to the collection and recycling of scrap tires in British Columbia, recently confirmed the 13...

Resource Recovery: Contemplating the controversy over compostable plastic packaging systems

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What happens to organic waste in Canada? With both aerobic and anaerobic digestion, the final product — compost — is sometimes sold to farms,...
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