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WM Phoenix Open Tournament Sustainability Report

The WM Phoenix Open is a zero waste tournament with a balanced carbon and water operational footprint. The use of energy, materials, and water all contribute to the greenhouse gas emissions that are harming our planet. The WM Phoenix Open is committed to minimizing all environmental impacts from tournament activities and always working for a sustainable tomorrow

02/11/22
                                                               

Tracking the future of US recycling policy in Congress

By E.A. Crunden and Cole Rosengren Illustration: Danielle Ternes / Waste Dive

Spurred by market challenges, the Hill has seen a historic influx of big bills. Keep up on all the latest developments with our legislative tracker.

10/26/20
                                                               

Sim Municipal Recycling

In 2003, Sims Metal Management, through Sims Municipal Recycling (SMR), expanded into curbside recycling in the United States. SMR has since become a cornerstone of New York City’s recycling system, processing and marketing approximately 500,000 tons of plastic, glass, metal and paper that New Yorkers put into recycling bins each year. SIm’s has tours available of its recycling center.

08/27/20
                                                               

Should I compost or recycle

Many food service products can be composted or recycled. At restaurants, posters and signage show you what to compost and what to recycle. At home, use this flyer to check your items against the requirements.

04/22/20
                                                               

Why America’s recycling isn’t working and what you can do about it

Poor recycling habits cost US municipalities $3.2 Billion annually. What are the common challenges local governments are facing? How can you change the narrative in your municipality? Education is critical in countering this problem.

04/22/20
                                                               

How recycling has changed in all 50 states

Photo by Brian Tucke

Waste Dive began tracking the effects of China’s scrap import policies across all 50 states (and the District of Columbia) during fall 2017 for America Recycles Day. We contacted each state environmental agency and found the problems were only just beginning.

04/17/20
                                                               

BioCycle the organics recycling authority

Published since 1960, BioCycle is the go-to resource on composting, organics recycling, anaerobic digestion and renewable energy.

03/28/20
                                                               

Climate change becomes widely recognized corporate factor for waste and recycling

While many of the largest companies have been releasing sustainability reports for years, 2019 marked a potential turning point in the level of detail and acknowledgment for this looming issue.

03/28/20
                                                               

One thing we can do: Fix recycling

By Eduardo Garcia Illustration by Tyler Varsell

Recycling in the United States is broken. For years, we relied heavily on recycling operations in China to take our waste. But that came to an end in 2018, when Beijing barred the import of recycling materials. The result is a waste crisis that has caused at least dozens of municipalities to cancel curbside recycling programs, with many more implementing partial cuts. Huge amounts of recyclables are now going to landfills.

02/14/20
                                                               

Why America’s recycling isn’t working and what you can do about it

Poor recycling habits cost US municipalities $3.2 Billion annually. What are the common challenges local governments are facing?

02/10/20