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In 2016, GT published on its website an analysis of solid waste disposal and recycling in Ohio based upon ten years of data – 2005 through 2014. Data for 2015 has been available for several months, and we have reviewed this data looking for any changes in the management of solid waste in Ohio.
On March 31, 2017, the long-awaited beneficial use rules will become effective for Ohio.
The Ohio General Assembly is considering legislation in Senate Bill 333 that will have an impact on construction and demolition debris.
Ohio’s Composting Rules are coming up on their five-year rule review in 2017. Ohio EPA is seeking early stakeholder comments on the composting rules in OAC 3745-560; 3745-500, 3745-501, and 3745-503.
The members of the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA) elected Michael Greenberg of GT Environmental as Secretary of their International Board of Directors. The announcement of Greenberg’s election was made at WASTECON last week in Indianapolis, IN.
What are the trends in Ohio's historical recycling data? Find out as we take a closer look at the statistics from the past decade.
What are the trends in Ohio's historical solid waste disposal data? Find out as we take a closer look at the statistics from the past decade.
Laws and regulations change and may impact your District or facility. Learn more about current solid waste fee exemptions and applications.
It was twenty years ago this past weekend that Michael Greenberg and Chuck Taylor started GT Environmental, Inc. (GT).
A judge's ruling in a zoning dispute between Rumpke and Colerain Township will allow Rumpke to expand its existing landfill in Hamilton County, increasing the life of the landfill by 50 years.