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http://www.wm.com A Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) is a place where trucks deliver recyclables for sorting into each commodity type. Waste Management Recycle America processes recyclables at its privately owned Germantown, Wisconsin MRF and sells them to recycling markets.
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No matter where you live in Wisconsin, chances are there is a magical landscape nearby with fresh water glistening on it or running through it. But, some in our Dairy State are concerned that run off from cow manure is harming our lakes, rivers, streams, and groundwater. What if we could not only calm those concerns but we could actually turn this waste into a resource for Wisconsin communities and for farming communities worldwide? What if we could lead the world by innovating sustainable technologies and applications that help to grow one of our state’s most vibrant industries; a solution that unleashes economic development in our rural communities; protects our state’s natural resources with freshwater solutions that are valuable throughout the world and; what if we could do all this at...
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Recycling with single-stream technology is helping communities recycle more waste from their garbage collection. Waste Management is on a mission to drive environmental performance with solutions that minimize waste, recycle valuable resources, and create renewable energy. We are investing in single-stream technology and building recycling facilities, like the Philadelphia Materials Recovery Facility (MRF), to help extract the highest possible value from the materials we manage. http://www.wm.com/
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New Belgium Brewing Company in Fort Collins, Colorado, is leading the charge in environmental stewardship. Not only do they commit 1% of their sales to environmental causes but they also redefine waste by treating their own waste-water on-site, in large flats powered exclusively by either methane gas derived from waste-water treatment or by wind power. While New Belgium Brewing claims to make "the best beer in the world," they might just be making the best world by way of their beer. Waste? is a ongoing documentary series, which features people redefining waste from canners scouring the streets for redeemables; to engineers powering their breweries with waste water; to architects constructing homes out of tires. View webisodes at www.wastedocumentary.com