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We Provide Solid Waste Management

As professionals, we provide essential services that help protect the environment and public health by efficiently and reliably removing and managing solid waste.

The innovation and leadership that we provide with solid waste management make it possible for you to use waste as a renewable and sustainable energy source.

Concerning waste management, different issues keep arising. But as professionals, we have made it our duty always to keep you informed. Some of the issues are

Climate Change

Climate change is man’s common problem, affecting every nation on the earth’s surface. Several factors have contributed to climate change. In the past years, government and private individuals are doing a lot to protect the environment.

Solid Waste Industry

Solid wastes are integral components of our daily living. Since we engage in constant production and consumption, we tend to create lots of residuals from these processes. We focus on the link between solid wastes and climate change, and we seek to ensure proper and efficient waste management.

Electronic Waste

We use large amounts of electronic products. Just like every other product, these electronics get age-worn and useless. The major problem of e-waste, aside from their overwhelming size, is that they are potentially harmful to man’s environment.


Waste collection is one of the nation’s most dangerous professions. This fact is not entirely strange as many workers end up with injuries while performing their duties. There was a need to curb the fatality rate, which resulted in several safety efforts by industries. We are staunch supporters of ergonomic practices in the industry.

Flow Control

Flow control refers to the government’s laws or policies which permit state and local governments to designate disposal facilities for the management of municipal solid waste. However, there have been various arguments on the acceptability of flow control. On its part, NSWMA opposes flow control while there have been some laws accepting it.

Interstate Transport

The restrictions placed on Interstate transport of solid waste is, in most cases, discriminatory and unconstitutional. In full support of its members, the National Solid Waste Management Authority [NSWMA] has followed the court cases.


Yearly, more significant amounts of municipal solid waste (MSW) are being recycled and composted. Most Municipal Solid Waste generated in the United States is safely disposed of in landfills for the record. As such, landfills include components such as liner system, leachate collection system, cap system, gas collection system, surface water control system, and monitoring system.


Recycling involves the collection and processing of used products into reusable materials. This has become prominent due to the wide range of available recyclable materials. Various states have adopted various deposit programs to ensure that recyclables reach the recycling center.

Zero Waste

In transitioning to zero waste, the waste and recycling industry leads the way to improve waste disposal and collection efficiency. The objective of zero waste is to significantly reduce waste to the point at which no commercially realizable economic value exists for the remaining residue of the waste reduction process.

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