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Now that there's a glut of glass in the market, for example, Waste Pro can't sell the old glass, so for now all of the bottles that Atlanta residents put into their recycling bins are going to the landfill. The company can sell paper and plastic, but
Starbucks has prioritized putting recycling bins in its stores, but that solution only goes so far. After all, many customers take their Starbucks cups to go and then dispose of them in trash cans. As of last year, about 60% of Starbucks stores had
Our expanding smart homes are quickly becoming segregated between proactive and reactive intelligent devices. On one side are the traditional proactive "smart" gadgets – light bulbs, thermostats, cameras, locks – which can react and function
Ellis Island South: Welcome to the most diverse square mile in America Downtown Clarkston in DeKalb County extends westward from Rowland Street to Indian Creek Drive, with the old Georgia Railroad line running in between—a total of just three... And yet there may be no place in the country as kaleidoscopically, vibrantly, viscerally diverse. Like wet cardboard. That is to say, the reason it’s stinky inside “the MRF,” Waste Pro’s 400,000-square-foot Material Recovery Facility on Fulton Industrial Boulevard, is because most of us put out the wrong stuff for pickup. Leave a big blob of yogurt in the plastic container. That cup is contaminated, and it’s probably going to the landfill. Did you put your shredded bills into a plastic grocery bag and neatly knot it at the top before putting it in the recycling bin. Were you feeling self-righteous by using a glass bottle instead of plastic. Glass goes to the landfill, too. Let’s start with the fact that most people assume a plant like the MRF actually recycles. What the plant does is process about 4,000 tons of potentially recyclable materials every month—or 10 pounds per home, per week—from the greater metro Atlanta area and five counties in and around Athens. The processed materials are baled into tight cubes, like the garbage in Wall-E, and sold to end users that recycle them into products like brown paper napkins, water bottles, and jeans. “We have contracts with companies like International Paper and Georgia-Pacific, and we have an obligation to bring them a certain amount of material per month,” Page-Dowdy says. “The buyers change depending on the commodity and the market. Right now that market is very tough. You may think of recycling as a moral imperative, but in truth it’s a for-profit commodities business. And the prices for commodities like plastics—currently as little as 15 cents per pound—are lower than they’ve been since the recession thanks to falling oil prices, which have made new plastics cheaper to produce than recycled ones. wilting demand from once-hefty buyers like China. Now that there’s a glut of glass in the market, for example, Waste Pro can’t sell the old glass, so for now all of the bottles that Atlanta residents put into their recycling bins are going to the landfill. The company can sell paper and plastic, but for far less money than before the price of oil dropped—and not when the materials are contaminated. Buyers don’t want dirty stuff. And they definitely aren’t interested in garden hoses, toilet seats, straightening irons, baby pools, yard of bridal tulle, and the other random things people toss into recycling bins. “The unfortunate fact is the money coming in is not covering the cost required to process the recycling,” says Bob ten Haaf, regional vice president for Waste Pro in the Carolinas and Georgia. Some of its competitors have had to shutter plants across the U. S. and have even filed for bankruptcy. “If there’s no buyer,” says ten Haaf, “what can we do. ”. Behind the scenes. Materials are loaded onto a raised conveyor belt that can move as fast as 300 feet per minute. They are sorted several times: first by workers, who scan and pick out contaminated or forbidden materials. anything recyclable is piled with like materials to be baled, while garbage heads to another pile that will be taken to the dump. How to recycle better. The best way to help the recycling business. 1 If you’re not sure whether something is recyclable, don’t put it in the bin. Plants waste precious resources hauling and sorting what is ultimately trash. 2 Don’t try to recycle plastic bags or put your recycling inside a bag before tossing it in the bin. Bags aren’t recyclable at single-stream facilities, and they gum up the works at the processing plant. 3 If you live in the city of Atlanta, know that your glass is headed to the landfill—at least for now. 4 If your recycling starts to smell after a day or two, it means you haven’t cleaned the materials enough. That means they’re likely to get landfilled—no matter what they’re made of. 5 Don’t put paper inside a bottle inside a bag. Sorters don’t have time to take your garbage apart and look for the good stuff. 6 Be aware that bottles made from biodegradable and compostable plastics are often misidentified by the sorting machinery, which mistakenly directs them to the landfill.
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White Trash Hamburger Gravy and Breakfast Biscuits
Ingredients:butter, flour, ground beef, half and half, black pepper, biscuit, salt, whole milk
Zesty Carrots A.k.a. Clean out the Veggie Bin
Ingredients:barbecue sauce, carrot
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Commercial Zone 715202 PolyTec 30 Gallon Beige Hexagonal Trash Can with Site Saver 5 Qt. Cigarette Receptacle
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Create a cohesive outdoor space with this Commercial Zone 715202 PolyTec 30 gallon beige hexagonal trash can and Site Saver 5 qt. cigarette receptacle combo! Since these two items ship one inside the other, you can save on freight costs and get two ...
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Nexus City 140 is a large capacity, attractive litter housing. Nexus City 140 houses a wheeled bin of up to 140 litres capacity to collect large volumes of litter without causing manual handling issues for operators. The housing features a secure waste ...
Container trash can / recycled plastic / recycling / contemporary
12/06/16, via archiexpo.com
Nexus City 240 is a large capacity, attractive litter housing. Nexus City 240 houses a wheeled bin of up to 240 litres capacity to collect large volumes of litter without causing manual handling issues for operators. The housing features a secure waste ...