A Blueprint for Recycling: C&D Recycling in Wisconsin

Until four years ago the Wisconsin Division of Facilities Development (DFD), the agency responsible for building and maintaining all state-owned properties, did almost no recycling on state building projects. Since January 2008 however, when Wisconsin started to require recycling on

California Considering Battery Recycling Bill

By Allan Gerlat | Waste Age The California legislature is considering a bill that would create a recycling and disposal program for non-rechargeable batteries sold in the state. http://waste360.com/state-and-local/california-considering-battery-recycling-bill?NL=WST-03&Issue=WST-03_20130311_WST-03_777&YM_RID=arendtjo@uwgb.edu&YM_MID=1378770&sfvc4enews=42 All household batteries have been banned from landfills in California since

Beyond the Landfill: What Will We Do with Our Garbage? Creating New Markets and Value for Waste

  Over the past year, Dane County has initiated efforts to extend the life of our local landfill, adding a new recycling center, expanding cubic footage and speeding up decomposition. These changes may forestall difficult decisions about siting a new

The Princeton Review Guide to Green Colleges 2012 – EMBI Mentioned

EMBI mentioned in the report on Green Colleges of 2012 as one of the “Green Highlights” of UW-Green Bay helping to define and earn the title, Eco U. UW-GB launched its Environmental Management Business Institute… committed to education and research regarding local,