Think Spring, Think E-Waste
*We’ve put together the best waste industry news from March!*
Spring is just around the corner here in the Northern Hemisphere, and we couldn’t be more ready! As Mother Nature works to renew herself again, so, too, may we renew our commitment to the planet.
Among the crises we tackle on a daily basis, here is a staggering fact: Did you know that the world is now producing up to some 55 million tons of electronic and electrical waste every year? This solid waste, commonly known as e-waste, weighs more than all of the commercial airliners ever made — and yet only 20 percent of it is formally recycled, according to a United Nations report.
While long-term solutions to e-waste will require some serious collaboration across industry and government sectors, developing responsible programs — and implementing effective, digital communications about those solutions — is one way you can make a difference right now.
So, how do you get started? First, download our new guide. There, you’ll find a host of information about configuring your digital communications to help you meet your goals, from drafting to executing. You may even learn more about a handful of our digital tools that can help your efforts, too.
So bad, it just might be good.
Why is riding a bike, jumping off, and then riding a bike again good for the environment?
Because it’s recycling.
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WasteExpo | May 9-12, 2022
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Top Takeaways from the GWMS
Last month’s Global Waste Management Symposium offered new guidance and strategies for landfill operators who are battling contaminants and adjusting to new regulations.
Programme sur la redistribution aux municipalités des redevances pour l’élimination de matières résiduelles
Ce programme soutient les municipalités régionales du Québec qui sont tenues, en vertu de la Loi sur la qualité de l’environnement (LQE), de produire et de mettre en œuvre un plan de gestion des matières résiduelles (PGMR) puis d’en faire la révision tous les sept ans.
TDS Increases Consumer Base and Improves Customer Experience
With the help of digital recycling communication tools, Texas Disposal Systems has hit the ground running with an improved consumer experience and expanded customer base.
Download Our Customized Fact Sheets
Feel like you’re always fighting contamination and trying to keep phone-call volumes in check? We hear you!
Download our fact sheet now and learn how to solve these issues and more through easy-to-manage digital communication tools.
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