Recovered materials

Recovered materials

Waste materials and by-products that have been recovered or diverted from solid waste but not including materials and by-products generated from and commonly reused within an original manufacturing process.
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Limas, who used to be a public relations executive, now also manages the association's legal and commercial aspects of recovered materials.
Recycling is of particular interest due to the potential for operating cost savings, reduced environmental liability and revenue generation from the sale of recovered materials.
The Postal Service's Total Waste Management program was created to develop best practices in recycling in order to facilitate recycling efforts, decrease the costs of waste disposal, and offset any remaining disposal costs with revenue generated from recovered materials that are marketed directly to end- user manufacturers.
In addition to the recommendations for procurement, EPA also published a related document that lists two ways for the agencies and contractors to measure the amount of recovered materials in the 18 products and provides suggestions for the amount of recycled content.
MDSi helps companies exceed environmental objectives, such as maximizing the use of environmentally preferable products and using recovered materials and reducing waste.
The firm in addition sells recovered materials on to end markets.
A definitive connection between the fires and the recovered materials has not been established and will be addressed in the ongoing investigation.
Its 1800 member companies, doing business at more than 5000 locations, return over 95 million tons of recovered materials to the economic mainstream each year.
We believe that significant opportunities are available to the company in natural and recovered materials and energy," stated Mr.
It specifically hopes to demonstrate the feasibility of using recovered materials for the production of high quality fuel for cement and steel plants, meeting EU regulations on standards for solid recovered fuels.
April 18 /PRNewswire/ -- SWANA's International Board, made up of solid waste professionals from 45 chapters throughout North America, today called on policymakers to provide financial incentives for investments in recycling, composting and the use of recovered materials.
Recycling millions of pounds of recovered materials including methanol, reusing the material as fuel and improving the plant's overall energy efficiency by 10 percent;