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Associate Editor, Recycling Today Magazine
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Associate Editor @RecyclingToday magazine. Former business reporter @wvgazette. @scrippsjschool grad. ..:::.. Positive energy is a renewable resource.

C&D World 2014: Positive outlook for construction

cdrecycler.com — ABC Chief Economist Anirban Basu said the U.S. is finally coming out of the recession. The national construction industry is heading for growth, according to Associated Builders and Contractors Chief Economist Anirban Basu.

Up the grade - RT - Recycling Today

recyclingtoday.com — Supplement - Scrap Metals Supplement In its first year, China's Green Fence demanded zorba shipments be of higher quality, which is expected to continue into 2014. In early 2013, the Chinese government launched Operation Green Fence, its multiagency effort to more closely manage the import of containerized scrap imports and to keep out undesirable material.

Imports impact - RT - Recycling Today

recyclingtoday.com — Supplement - Scrap Metals Supplement UBCs achieved their highest recycling rate since the early 1990s in 2012, but consumer recycling rates in the U.S. remain an issue. The used beverage container (UBC) recycling rate reached 67 percent in the United States in 2012, the highest rate since the early 1990s and the second highest since the Aluminum Association began tracking the rate in 1972, according to that national trade group.

Renewable Energy from Waste

rewmag.com — Features - Emissions Control Waste-to-energy facilities have maintained low emission levels as air pollution control equipment has advanced. When the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued the MACT (Maximum Achievable Control Technology) standards for emission guidelines for municipal solid waste (MSW) combustors in the early 1990s, waste-to-energy (WTE) facilities responded constructively.

Yoga on the rise in West Virginia

wvgazette.com — Yoga on the rise in West Virginia Todd Norian, the same master teacher who taught Boyd the training necessary to be certified in yoga, will lead a weekend retreat April 12 to 14 at Opossum Creek Retreat in Fayetteville. Yoga retreat attendees will stay in log cabins and walk to a great room where they will practice in different classes.

W.Va. businesses back legal protections for gays

wvgazette.com — W.Va. businesses back legal protections for gays CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- When Visions Day Spa owner Ted Brightwell worked at a hotel bar in the 1970s, a hotel official fired him because he is gay.

Graduates aren't finding enough job here

wvgazette.com — Graduates aren't finding enough job here CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Steve Knoblock celebrated his 30th birthday by starting his first day of work at his new job. The 2009 West Virginia University graduate didn't sit at a tidy desk topped with piles of papers like he expected he would be doing with his master's degree in professional accountancy.

Yeager Airport dancing Texas 2-step

wvgazette.com — Yeager Airport dancing Texas 2-step DALLAS -- American Airlines passengers, a few wearing cowboy boots and several with West Virginia roots, filled the first direct flight from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport to Yeager Airport Wednesday afternoon. The airline announced in March that it would offer nonstop jet service between the Charleston airport and Dallas.

E-book restrictions hamper libraries, Kanawha director says

wvgazette.com — E-book restrictions hamper libraries, Kanawha director says CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- While more people continue to check out electronic books from the Kanawha County Public Library, the limitations set by publishing companies have become a threat to libraries buying the e-books, the library's director said.

Graduates aren't finding enough jobs here

wvgazette.com — Graduates aren't finding enough jobs here CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Steve Knoblock celebrated his 30th birthday by starting his first day of work at his new job. The 2009 West Virginia University graduate didn't sit at a tidy desk topped with piles of papers like he expected he would be doing with his master's degree in professional accountancy.
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Apr 01, 2015

Area of landfill avoided by recycling 70% of C&D materials in U.S. is annually equivalent to more than 440 acres at a waste depth of 50 feet

Apr 01, 2015

Construction & demolition #recycling industry supports 19,000 jobs, with direct annual output (revenue) of the industry to be $7.4 billion.

Apr 01, 2015

C&D debris (concrete, asphalt, wood, drywall, metals, asphalt shingles) is created at a rate of 480M tons/yr, largest indiv US waste stream.

Apr 01, 2015

Construction & demolition #recycling is a $7.4 billion industry; 70%+ of the C&D debris generated in US is #recycled. cdrecycler.com/cd-world-2015-…

Apr 01, 2015

RT @SWANA: Know someone who is making a difference in the SW industry? Nominate them for Unsung Heroes! bit.ly/15Unsung pic.twitter.com/qZPwm41QdZ

Apr 01, 2015

Some reduce, reuse, #recycle news related to Easter and those wasteful plastic eggs in this week's @FarmersAlmanac: pic.twitter.com/JiI8364Y8p

Apr 01, 2015

RT @ForestandPaper: It's a great #AprilFoolsDay2015 at the American FOREST & PAPER Association! Beware the smiley face stickers. http://t.c…

Apr 01, 2015

But this story of how this gentleman's stolen cellphone led to him being a celebrity in China is one for the books.. buzzfeed.com/mjs538/i-follo…

Apr 01, 2015

My first cover story focused on cellphone #recycling and how they have so much value now, especially internationally. recyclingtoday.com/rt0115-cellpho…

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