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Hazardous Floodwater: Sewage, Coal, Ash, and Hog Waste

Hazardous Floodwater: Sewage, Coal, Ash, and Hog Waste

Extreme weather, especially hurricanes and severe storms, will often leave flooding behind. If you live in an area with lots of water, it’s common that you’ve experienced oceans, lakes, and even rivers overflowing into the streets. Not only are these floodwaters an...

Global Food Waste Management Guide

Global Food Waste Management Guide

Food waste management is typically hidden in the back of our minds, if we ever even think about it at all. As much as people eat food, they don’t think twice about where the waste goes afterwards. For most people and most companies, food waste is simply dumped with...

Blockchain Technology for Waste Management

Blockchain Technology for Waste Management

Technology is always changing for the better, but sometimes, it can be difficult to keep up with all the modern trends. In fact, current technology can benefit all types of industries, even for people who don’t work on a computer all day. So, newer systems like...

Companies: Dumping Illegally

Companies: Dumping Illegally

For years, humans have been inconsiderate when it comes to waste. Sadly, littering and lack of recycling is causing so many problems for humans and the environment around them. What’s worse is that hazardous waste, the most toxic waste of all, is also not being...

Convert Green Waste to Energy: What About Hazardous Waste?

Convert Green Waste to Energy: What About Hazardous Waste?

Over the years, scientists have been trying to find more ways to reuse and recycle the waste in our communities. If it isn’t recycled, it will only be dumped into a landfill, adding to the ongoing pollution problem in this world. Luckily, there are new discoveries...

Turning Human Waste into Green Energy

Turning Human Waste into Green Energy

Human waste is a topic that many people rarely think about, especially when considering what happens to it afterwards. After humans dispose of waste, sewage treatment plants are there to remove harmful parts of the sewage, and chemicals are added to kill as much...

Protecting Our Waters: Plastic Unseen Hazardous Waste

Protecting Our Waters: Plastic Unseen Hazardous Waste

Plastic waste might be one of the most common types of waste out there, but it’s also one of the most dangerous. This simple material is hazardous to both marine life and humans, which should classify it as a form of hazardous waste. However, the production of...

Protecting Your Business with Proper Waste Management

Protecting Your Business with Proper Waste Management

When it comes to any business, the safety of all employees and visitors should be a priority. Proper hazardous waste management and waste management in general is the key to making sure that the environment remains safe and secure for anyone nearby. However, there are...

Largest Ocean Cleanup Has Begun: The Removal of Hazardous Waste

Largest Ocean Cleanup Has Begun: The Removal of Hazardous Waste

Currently, there are over 1.8 million pieces of trash floating in the Pacific Ocean. The majority of this trash gets stuck in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, also known as the Pacific Trash Vortex. The amount of waste in this garbage patch is constantly growing...

Cryptocurrency To Kickstart Hazardous Waste Management

Cryptocurrency To Kickstart Hazardous Waste Management

Technology is constantly evolving. In every industry, new discoveries are made and new skills are learned, which is how companies of all kinds are able to advance. Cryptocurrency is a fairly recent creation in comparison to most technology, but it can actually provide...

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