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Waste Management
21 февраля, 14:55

Waste Connections Hits 52-Week High on Solid Growth Drivers

Shares of waste service company Waste Connections, Inc. (WCN) hit a new 52-week high of $83.70 on Feb 17

14 февраля, 16:23

What's in Store for Republic Services (RSG) in Q4 Earnings?

Republic Services, Inc. (RSG) is scheduled to report fourth-quarter 2016 results after the closing bell on Feb 16.

14 февраля, 13:54

Can Waste Management (WM) Retain its Earnings Streak in Q4?

Waste Management, Inc. (WM) is scheduled to report fourth-quarter 2016 results before the opening bell on Feb 16.

13 февраля, 15:13

What Lies Ahead for Stericycle (SRCL) this Earnings Season?

Stericycle, Inc. (SRCL) is scheduled to report fourth-quarter 2016 results after the closing bell on Feb 15.

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01 февраля, 14:00

Beyond The Rowdy 16th Hole: Golf's Phoenix Open Has The Best Waste Management In Sports

No event on the PGA Tour draws more fans than the Waste Management Phoenix Open. And no tournament produces less waste-to-landfill, setting an environmentally-friendly model for the rest of the sports world to follow.

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29 января, 08:03

Rick Perry's Deep Ties to Dakota Access Pipeline

Trump's potential Secretary of Energy has major conflicts of interest with the Dakota Access Pipeline and would push forward a dangerous proposal for nuclear waste management, say Steve Horn and Diane D'Arrigo Help support The Real News by making a donation today: http://therealnews.com/donate

20 января, 01:52

Here's One Way To Keep Oceans From Having More Plastics Than Fish

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); Each year, 8 million tons of plastic wind up in the ocean. At this rate, by 2050, we’ll have more plastic than fish in our big blue seas. That threat played a major role in motivating Unilever, the company behind such brands as Dove and Suave, to upend its approach to packaging. Unilever announced on Jan. 14 that all of its plastic packaging will be recyclable, reusable or compostable by 2025. “If we want to solve the issue of plastic in the ocean, we can’t go to the symptoms,” CEO Paul Polman told The Huffington Post. “We have to go to the source.” While recycling experts welcomed the announcement, some said they were “cautiously optimistic” about how effective it will be.  Jennie Romer, attorney and founder of plasticbaglaws.org ― a resource for cities and states looking to reduce plastic bag consumption – emphasized that while introducing recyclable packaging is a move in the right direction, it won’t serve as a cure-all.  Just because something is recyclable, doesn’t necessarily mean it’s going to be recycled, Romer noted. Just 14 percent of plastic packaging is collected for recycling, according to the Ellen MacArthur Foundation.  Ramping up recycling figures will also mean improving recycling programs, ensuring products will be accepted at curbside bins and developing informative programs for consumers. “This is a step towards getting there,” Romer said of Unilever’s commitment.  But Romer added that she wants to make sure Unilever’s plan amounts to more than a public relations announcement that gives “consumers that warm and fuzzy feeling.” Romer noted that while Unilever has altruistic intentions, it’s also responding to pressure from environmental groups and consumers. And “that pressure needs to continue,” she said. To achieve a true circular economy – one that effectively reduces waste and pollution – Romer stressed the need for companies to make their packaging from post-consumer recycled plastic, such as an empty shampoo bottle that can be broken down and repurposed. Unilever has committed to using post-consumer recycled plastic in its packaging. The company said it will increase its use of recycled plastic content in its packaging to at least 25 percent by 2025.  Part of why this element is so critical is because it creates demand for purchasing reusable plastic, explained Brent Bell, vice president of recycling at Waste Management, the largest recycler in the United States. Unilever emphasized its intentions to work in coalitions, with governments and other companies in order to propel the movement toward sustainable packaging and improved recycling figures. Together with 40 industry leaders, Unilever joined an initiative launched by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation this week at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. The goal is to increase global recycling rates for plastic packaging to 70 percent.  Polman said it’s “difficult to identify” how much it will cost Unilever to transition to a more sustainable packaging model. But in an effort to make it easier for other companies to adopt similar strategies, Polman said Unilever is eager to share some of its innovative breakthroughs. “We’re willing to share this because we think it’s more important that we all do this,” Polman said. type=type=RelatedArticlesblockTitle=Related... + articlesList=568ee104e4b0a2b6fb6f696e,55f2fa28e4b063ecbfa40ece,57697a7be4b087b70be605b3,578d7e8ce4b0c53d5cfab03d -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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15 января, 19:01

UN: Asia’s e-waste rising fast

ELECTRONIC waste is rising sharply across Asia as higher incomes allow hundreds of millions of people to buy smartphones and other gadgets, with serious consequences for human health and the environment,

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08 января, 18:29

Cairo's Zabbaleen Find Gold In Garbage, Recycling Four Times More Than Waste Management Firms

Safaa Latif works at her loom. Credit: Elizabeth MacBride CAIRO-The air is rank with the smell of trash in Cairo’s Garbage City. But behind a gate and at the end of a long walkway leading away from the alleys lined with bags of garbage, a courtyard is filled with trees that [...]

04 января, 15:29

Waste Connections Buys Groot to Boost Regional Presence

Waste Connections, Inc. (WCN) recently declared that it has acquired Groot Industries, Inc. for an undisclosed amount.

03 января, 17:21

5 Reasons Why Waste Management Stock is a Solid Pick Now

Waste Management currently has a Zacks VGM Score of "B". This, along with some other key metrics makes the company a solid choice for investors.

03 января, 16:38

Can Stericycle (SRCL) Outperform in 2017 After Tough 2016?

Stericycle, Inc. (SRCL) grossly underperformed the Zacks categorized Waste Removal Services industry last year with an average negative return of 36% compared with 17.9% for the latter.

03 января, 15:08

Clean Harbors Poised for Growth Despite Short-Term Woes

On Jan 3, Zacks Investment Research updated the research report on waste management service provider Clean Harbors, Inc. (CLH).

30 декабря 2016, 15:38

Waste Management Poised for Growth on Strategic Initiatives

Shares of Waste Management, Inc. (WM) outperformed the Zacks categorized Waste Removal Services industry

28 декабря 2016, 18:28

Unhappy Holidays: Houston Police Force Homeless People To Throw Away Food

Submitted by Derrick Broze via TheAntiMedia.org, Local activists attempting to hand out food and gifts were shocked on Thursday afternoon when Houston police forced the homeless to throw away the donations.  Around 1 pm on Thursday,  several individuals met in downtown Houston to distribute plates of hot food, blankets, and other supplies to the city’s growing homeless population. Soon after, Houston police arrived on the scene of two different intersections where the homeless advocates were giving out gifts and food. According to witness testimony posted on Facebook, the police instructed the homeless to throw away everything they had been given. “Not only were the police called, but they brought a large waste management truck and are forcing the homeless to throw away their food, pillows and other items,” reads one post. A video from an ABC13 social media correspondent shows the police and trash vehicle parked under a freeway while a man narrates the situation. “Covers, Blankets, different things like that, pillows. They are throwing all of that away,” he says. Shere Dore, a local activist who works with several organizations, including Food Not Bombs Houston, was involved in the food sharing and says the throwing away of the gifts was uncalled for. “I’m highly disturbed because lots of these items were not only given to the homeless by the community, but some of the blankets and jackets were literally purchased by homeless advocates like myself,” Dore told Anti-Media. “HPD and the City of Houston are taking our cash and throwing it in the trash. At what point will our police stand up and say that this is wrong to do to people?“ Only moments before throwing away the gifts, the Houston police stopped Dore and a fellow advocate. Dore said her friend was taking photos of the police vehicle when the officer began questioning them, claiming someone had called and complained about people feeding the homeless. In a video posted on Facebook, Dore tells the officer she will feed the homeless whether it is legal or not. These types of situations are likely to increase in Houston due to a 2012 city ordinance prohibiting the sharing of food with more than five people at a time without fulfilling certain requirements created by city council. The controversial measure, known as the “Anti-Food Sharing” ordinance by critics, was passed in 2012 despite resistance from one of the largest coalitions of political, activist, and religious organizations in Houston. The criticisms of the ordinance range from beliefs that it represents an attack on the homeless population to assertions it is another example of government restricting freedom. The ordinance requires applicants to fill out a form and seek permission to feed someone while on someone else’s private property. If you would like to feed someone in a public park you must fill out another form. The city argues that feeding the homeless food that has not been cooked in a certified kitchen could spread illness and that feeding them is only enabling homelessness. Although Houston police have yet to issue a citation for violation of the ordinance, it has been an issue of concern among activists since the moment it passed. In late November, ABC13 reported that activists delivered 75,000 signed petitions to City Hall calling for the repeal of the ordinance. As Houston prepares to host the National Football League’s Super Bowl 51, there is concern that the homeless population will be forced out of the downtown area or subject to increased harassment from the police.  In November AP reported, “fences have gone up and dozens homeless people living under a Houston freeway overpass have been ordered out amid speculation the city is trying to make the area more presentable as it prepares to host the Super Bowl early next year.” The Texas Transportation Department claims the move was not related to the Super Bowl and insists they were responding to safety concerns for drivers and pedestrians. If the City of Houston is attempting to remove the homeless for their incoming sports event/ economic boom, it would not be the first. In April 2016 the International Business Times reported on the Brazilian government’s attempts to beautify parts of Rio at the expense of the homeless and other at-risk groups. “‘Cleaning the streets,’ as the project is euphemistically known, is not an effort to haul garbage but to sweep away homeless people and drug dealers — including the often drug-addicted children who live on the sidewalks of some of Rio’s wealthiest neighborhoods. Advocates for homeless youth say children are being detained arbitrarily by police — or in some cases simply vanishing. They warn that the “cleanup” is likely to make life worse than ever for the thousands of children who have already been forced out of their homes by abuse or desperate poverty.” Rio and Houston are not alone in their mistreatment of homeless individuals. In October 2014,   the National Coalition for the Homeless released a report that found 21 U.S. cities have passed measures restricting feeding of the homeless since January 2013. As we enter the “holiday season,” take a few moments to reflect on whatever abundance you have in your life and think of those who have less. If the police, city officials, and sports-obsessed public have their way, those without a home (by choice or circumstance) will be harassed, pushed out, and eventually rounded up. Let’s each do what we can to prevent this nightmare from becoming reality.

16 декабря 2016, 14:50

Waste Management Ups Dividend, To Buyback $750M Shares

Waste Management, Inc. (WM) recently announced a 3.7% year-over-year hike in its quarterly dividend payout to 42.5 cents per share.