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Real-World Test of Flexible Plastic Packaging Recovery

After years of planning, research and engineering, the first test bales destined to become a new commodity called rFlex began rolling off the line at TotalRecycle, a large single-stream materials recovery facility (MRF) in eastern>>

Mazza Recycling Opens Its Single Stream Recycling Facility

Mazza Recycling held a Grand Opening ceremony of its brand new, state-of-the-art single stream recycling facility in Tinton Falls, New>>

Putting It All Together – Mazza Recycling

With the opening of its new 70,000-square-foot MRF, Mazza Recycling continues to expand operations as it evolves into a comprehensive provider of waste and recycling services in central New>>

FCC Houston MRF Wins NWRA Award

FCC Environmental Services's MRF in Houston, TX has been honored with the Recycling Facility of the Year 2020 award by the National Waste & Recycling Association (NWRA)>>

Waste360 Celebrates 2020 40 Under 40 Awards Winners

The awards honor the next generation of leaders who are shaping the future of the waste and recycling>>

Alternative Capabilities

Ecowaste Industries Ltd., Canada, expands its recycling solutions for C&D waste with a wood processing line from HAAS Recycling Systems, with maintenance by Van>>

The Resource Center to Recover Recyclables, Organics From MSW

The first phase of the California project is the MRF, scheduled to be completed in fall>>

Mazza Recycling Constructs MRF in New Jersey

The 70,000-square-foot single-stream material recovery facility will include optical sorters to help clean fiber from the>>

Flexible Plastic Packaging Research Shows Positive Signs

The Materials Recovery for the Future consortium determined that its pilot research on recycling flexible plastic packaging is>>

Waste and Recycling Collection Company Owners Named Long Branch, NJ Heroes

Believing that "When times are tough, heroes emerge," a local New Jersey news site launched an initiative to help recognize everyday heroes. Read about everyday heroes Dominick and James Mazza of Mazza Recycling>>