Restaurants and individuals can both pave the way for sustainable practices during COVID-19. In this webinar, you’ll learn how restaurants and customers alike can reduce food waste.
Learn what to consider when choosing the right waste receptacles for your space. Hear from experts, CleanRiver Recycling Solutions, in this informative webinar.
Learn why recycling is in the public eye, how recycling policy has historically shaped the industry, and the major national and state initiatives that are on the floor.
Shifts in our daily lives are producing more waste in the home and proper recycling is more important now than ever before. In this webinar, we’ll go back to basics on how to make a sustainable difference in your home and in your community.
Learn the real lifecycle of recycling plastic, how China’s National Sword Policy is affecting domestic markets, and our take on the future of recycling in the United States.
In this webinar, you’ll learn what a Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) is, how the recycling materials get to the facility, how they are sorted and more behind-the-scenes breakdown from a facility that services the NYC area.
Learn what recycling contamination is, why it matters and the steps you can take to avoid it. Understand why plastic bags can’t go in the recycling bin and where you should throw them out.
Learn about construction and demo (C&D) waste and its value for recycling opportunities. Understand public policy around C&D recycling and corporate policy around how to invest in new buildings.
Learn how different plastics, like “compostable bioplastics” are defined and classified. Understand what happens when a compostable plastic is put into a compost collection bin.
Nick Esposito, former Zero Waste and Litter Director for Philadelphia discusses his plans for implementing change and introducing zero waste practices.
In Part II of this 3-part interview series, Nic Esposito, former Zero Waste and Litter Director for Philadelphia discusses how waste programs need to be centered around human nature and how data can effect decision making.
In Part III of this 3-part interview series, Nic Esposito, former Zero Waste and Litter Director for Philadelphia discusses how procurement impacts the circular economy.
Composting isn’t the only method of processing commercial food waste. In Part I of this 3-part interview series with Daniel Hagan from WM CORe Organic Group, you will learn more about anaerobic digestion and how a bio-slurry can aid in the production of energy.
Contamination is an issue faced by all food waste processors and recyclers for that matter. In Part II of this 3-part interview series, learn all about how to manage contamination.
In part III of this interview series, we’ll discuss the major differences between processing food waste by means of composting vs anaerobic digestion. We’ll take a look at the end products of each of these processes.
In this webinar, you will take a closer look at the composting process, the key ingredients required to make it, and the differences between commercial composting and at-home composting.
In the first installment of this 3-part series, Julie Raskin, Executive Director of Sanitation Foundation, discusses the Foundation’s role and how it has evolved, as well as its relationship today with DSNY.
In Part II of the ‘Behind the Bin’ series, Julie Raskin describes the Foundation’s projects (both pre- and post-Covid), including the Sanitation Museum and ReFashion Week.
In the final installment of this 3-part series, the Sanitation Foundation’s Executive Director discusses how we can get to Zero Waste.
In Part 1 of this 3 Part Interview Series with Katie Marchini, COO of Replate, tells us what inspired the launch of Replate and what needs to be done from a systems and cultural perspective to reduce food waste in America.
In Part 2 of this 3 Part Interview Series with Katie Marchini, COO of Replate, walks through the importance of donating food as well as how their operations connect businesses with 501c3s to bring surplus food to people facing food insecurity.
In Part 3 of this 3 Part Interview Series with Katie Marchini, COO of Replate, provides some insight into what it means to achieve zero waste and what that looks like on a personal vs a macro level.
In Part 1 of this 3 Part Interview Series with Mitch Hedlund, Founder + Executive Director of Recycle Across America, you will learn more about standardized labels and their effectiveness in changing consumer behavior to enable all people across the country to recycle right.
In Part 2 of this 3 Part Interview Series with Mitch Hedlund, Founder + Executive Director of Recycle Across America, you will hear about the successful outcome of stadiums and schools that have already adopted the standardized labeling model as well as learn more about the ripple effect recycling labeling can have on our recycling infrastructure and environment.
Discover how RTS can help you more efficiently manage your waste and recycling through our custom digital solutions, LEED-accredited staff training, and dedicated, 24/7 customer service team.