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Journal Cover MSW Municipal Solid Waste Management
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   ISSN (Print) 1053-7899
   Published by Forester Media Inc. Homepage  [1 journal]
  • The Lesson From a Message in a Bottle
    • Authors: Arturo Santiago
      Abstract: MSW Management Weekly
      MSW Management Weekly
      There is a substantial amount of uncertainty with a new White House administration coming in with new Cabinet leaders bringing with them policy views and goals that could be vastly different (and in some cases, in opposition to) those of the outgoing administration. The outgoing administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, Gina McCarthy, recently laidThe post The Lesson From a Message in a Bottle appeared first on Forester Network.
      PubDate: Wed, 11 Jan 2017 18:09:47 +000
       
  • MSW—Reader Favorites
    • Authors: Forester Media
      Abstract: MSW Management Weekly
      Listed below are the top Editor Blogs, Reader Favorite articles, and Grading & Excavation Contractor magazine articles for you to enjoy. This list is curated based on reader views, search traffic, e-mail click-through, and most commented articles.The post MSW—Reader Favorites appeared first on Forester Network.
      PubDate: Tue, 10 Jan 2017 21:21:41 +000
       
  • Recycling Household Hazardous Waste
    • Authors: Ryan Tilley
      Abstract: MSW Management Weekly
      Local efforts for recycling picked up steam when St. Charles County, MO, committed to an expansion of Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) collection from residents. A suburb within the St. Louis Metropolitan Area, St. Charles County is Missouri's third-largest county in population with more than 380,000 residents, and is the state's fastest-growing county with a projected population of nearly 500,000 by 2030. The median household income is approximately $72,000 per year and covers more than 500 square miles. It is bordered by the Missouri and ­Mississippi rivers.The post Recycling Household Hazardous Waste appeared first on Forester Network.
      PubDate: Wed, 04 Jan 2017 22:12:28 +000
       
  • The Key to a Healthy Fleet
    • Authors: John Trotti
      Abstract: MSW Management Weekly
      MSW Management Weekly
      Back when I wore a flight suit to work, a good day at the office included a couple of hours of paperwork in my collateral duty, another couple of hours counseling troops or working on deployment schemes, and somewhere in between a couple of hops to hone my flying skills. Pretty cushy schedule, you mightThe post The Key to a Healthy Fleet appeared first on Forester Network.
      PubDate: Wed, 04 Jan 2017 21:52:13 +000
       
  • Landfill Odor Control
    • Authors: Carol Brzozowski
      Abstract: MSW Management Weekly
      While perhaps the increased emphasis on separate collections of organic wastes such as food scraps and other green waste has contributed to more odors, the development of neighborhoods closer to what was once a remote MSW operation is the overriding factor, say industry observers. Marc L. Byers, owner of Byers Scientific & Manufacturing, notes that odor is an ongoing challenge for landfills and compost operations, but not because of biological changes.The post Landfill Odor Control appeared first on Forester Network.
      PubDate: Wed, 04 Jan 2017 17:47:30 +000
       
  • “It’s Not What a Leader Does, It’s What He Is”
    • Authors: John Trotti
      Abstract: MSW Management Weekly
      MSW Management Weekly
      For our March/April 2013 issue’s Editor’s Comments I wrote a piece on leadership that received not only the highest number of responses of any in all the magazine’s history, but was also picked up by other publications for reprinting. I regard why this was so as one of those mysteries that is better off acceptedThe post “It’s Not What a Leader Does, It’s What He Is” appeared first on Forester Network.
      PubDate: Wed, 28 Dec 2016 23:13:28 +000
       
  • A Stumbling Poet Repeats Last Year’s Abysmal Failure
    • Authors: John Trotti
      Abstract: MSW Management Weekly
      MSW Management Weekly
      I attempted a rewrite of my last year’s poem in honor of the season, but once again after one stanza I’ve thrown in the towel…to wit:It’s the Day Before Christmas…
      And out in the ‘hoods
      No trash trucks are hoisting
      All those carts filled with goodsOK, it’s lame, and I’m forced to admit that aThe post A Stumbling Poet Repeats Last Year’s Abysmal Failure appeared first on Forester Network.
      PubDate: Tue, 20 Dec 2016 19:57:13 +000
       
  • Discard, Storage, and Set-Out
    • Authors: Constance Hornig
      Abstract: MSW Management Weekly
      Under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), municipalities are liable for hazardous waste contained in the municipal solid waste generated in their jurisdictions. Broadly, municipalities are "arrangers" under the law and "potentially responsible parties" for Superfund cleanup. (The most-cited case is B. F. Goodrich Company v. Murtha, 958 F.2d 1192).The post Discard, Storage, and Set-Out appeared first on Forester Network.
      PubDate: Wed, 14 Dec 2016 21:41:43 +000
       
  • John Glenn, Last of the Mercury Seven Astronauts
    • Authors: John Trotti
      Abstract: MSW Management Weekly
      MSW Management Weekly
      Last week’s death of John H. Glenn, Jr. closed the book on a chapter of our nation’s history that emerged from fear of thermonuclear blackmail, came to fruition on the surface of the moon, and then faded into relative obscurity as science, technology, and the quest for knowledge replaced the challenge of the unknown inThe post John Glenn, Last of the Mercury Seven Astronauts appeared first on Forester Network.
      PubDate: Wed, 14 Dec 2016 18:38:12 +000
       
  • Seven Reasons Why Waste Conversion Technology’s Promise Is
           Unfulfilled
    • Authors: James L. Stewart
      Abstract: MSW Management Weekly
      After a decade-long effort and billions of dollars of expenditure, waste conversion technologies (CTs) have yet to fulfill their promise in addressing one of North America’s primary environmental goals—reducing the 125 million tons of post-recycled MSW that come to rest in our nation’s landfills each year. Here’s why:The post Seven Reasons Why Waste Conversion Technology’s Promise Is Unfulfilled appeared first on Forester Network.
      PubDate: Wed, 14 Dec 2016 17:13:27 +000
       
 
 
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