and still don't know, how to measure the volume of trash
and recyclables they are producing.
I hate to throw anything away," says Steck, who has been watching her trash
disposal for most of her life.
Germans shifted nearly 6 million tons of their trash
from the municipal bins--destined for disposal--to the yellow DSD bins.
This is where the individual homeowner pays for the amount of trash
being disposed by paying by the bagful through buying specially marked trash
Working harder for Don meant expanding beyond trash
hauling into the recycling businesses.
How many more pounds of trash
were generated per person per day in 1980 than in 1970?
Rather, they point out that burning the portion of trash
that recyclers can't recycle could create more dioxin per pound of waste than nonrecyclers' trash
The press material being flung about in conjunction with this anniversary release makes all kinds of claims for Trash
--originally called Andy Warhol's Trash
, to milk the box-office potential of its celebrity producer--as a milestone in independent cinema (Presaged the no-frills Dogma style from Denmark
Berlin supported a team of engineers working to create a high-tech pressurized sanitizer that would clean trash
chutes from top to bottom.
Amtrak Taps BlastGard, Producer of The World's First Trash
Receptacle That Captures All Fragmentation, Dramatically Reduces Blast Pressures and Quenches Fireballs, to Protect its Passengers
6 million revenue shortfall in next year's budget because of the landfill's closure, city officials last night reviewed details of a trash
fee plan that Mayor Gerald E.
and public health problems in Skid Row are being exacerbated by a longstanding downtown business practice of dumping trash
on Los Angeles' streets, officials were told Tuesday.
war between Michigan and Ontario has heated up, with lawsuits, contract disputes, and a new U.
The results also reveal that per pound of trash
burned, avid recyclers spew the most dioxins.
Until recently, all of the private companies responsible for picking up trash
generated by commercial establishments in New York were members of trade associations controlled by organized crime, specifically the Gambino and Luchessi crime families.