Composting, Policies + Regulations, Soil Health
Senate Bill Would Exempt Composters From Federal CERCLA Liability
U.S. Senator Cynthia Lummis (R-WY) introduced five bills to ensure industries and municipalities are not subject to liability claims if the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) designates per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) compounds as hazardous substances.
Food WasteSee All
Climate, Composting, Food Waste, Policies + Regulations
New Zero Food Waste Coalition + Policy Toolkit
Creation of the Zero Food Waste Coalition and the release of its State Policy Toolkit were announced during the opening plenary of ReFED’s annual Food Waste Solutions Summit in St. Louis (MO) on May 17.
AD & BiogasSee All
AD & Biogas, Business+Finance, Facilities, Operations
AD Case Studies
“Wisconsin Anaerobic Digester Operations: Agricultural Industry Case Studies,” explores “how anaerobic digesters are being used in Wisconsin’s agricultural sector today, including their advantages and disadvantages.”
Business+Finance, Composting, Markets, Policies + Regulations
Protecting Your Compost Brand With Trademarks
Trademarking protects your unique marketing materials including niche product names, memorable slogans and recognizable logos.
Climate, Connections, Policies + Regulations, Soil Health
Connections: Planting Is Rx For Contaminated Urban Soils
When all is said and done, gardening in barren lots, with the requisite tools to improve the soil, is the solution to the problem. The benefits go further towards addressing environmental justice. Part II
Policies + RegulationsSee All
AD & Biogas, Composting, Contamination, Food Waste, Policies + Regulations
Model Legislation For PFAS Prevention
The Northeast Waste Management Officials’ Association, Inc. (NEWMOA), an interstate association whose membership is composed of state environment agency programs, released its Draft PFAS Prevention Model Act in early May to advance reduction of the use of per and polyfluoroalkyl substances, commonly known as PFAS.