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Talkin' Trash with Waste Dive

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Ep07: Insights on the unknown effects of China's scrap import ban

In this episode of Talkin' Trash with Waste Dive, Cole and Kristin discuss China's recently-announced import ban on 24 types of scrap material, a policy which will have unknown effects on the U.S. recycling industry. Executives from The Recycling Partnership, Eureka Recycling, Republic Services and more weighed in on how the looming ban could impact processing, domestic end markets and everything in between. For more waste & recycling news and analysis, be sure to subscribe to this channel, or follow Waste Dive: Website: www.wastedive.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/wastedive Facebook: www.facebook.com/wastedive

21 min2017 SEP 6
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Ep07: Insights on the unknown effects of China's scrap import ban

Epo6: Organics diversion is here to stay in NYC. What's next?

In this special episode of Talkin' Trash with Waste Dive, Cole reports from Brooklyn, home of the first New York City Food Waste Fair. There, Cole talked with DSNY Commissioner Kathryn Garcia, CEOs Ron Bergamini of Action Environmental Group and Gregory Lettieri of Recycle Track Systems, co-founder of Industrial/Organic Amanda Weeks, and Nora Goldstein, editor of BioCycle Magazine. Wondering what's next for NYC, or how to expand organics collection in your own area? Tune in to find out. For more waste & recycling news and analysis, be sure to subscribe to this channel, or follow Waste Dive: Website: www.wastedive.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/wastedive Facebook: www.facebook.com/wastedive

19 min2017 JUL 31
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Epo6: Organics diversion is here to stay in NYC. What's next?

Ep05: How will the 'Amazon Effect' impact recycling?

In this episode of Talkin' Trash with Waste Dive, Cole and Kristin discuss the growth of e-commerce — which is largely attributed to retail giant Amazon. Following Amazon's recent announcement to acquire Whole Food Market, two retail and packaging experts weighed in on how this deal (and other broad e-commerce trends) could have an effect on the packaging industry, and the overall state of recycling. For more waste & recycling news and analysis, be sure to subscribe to this channel, or follow Waste Dive: Website: www.wastedive.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/wastedive Facebook: www.facebook.com/wastedive

24 min2017 JUN 29
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Ep05: How will the 'Amazon Effect' impact recycling?

Ep04: Advice from 8 of the industry's top CEOs

In this special episode of Talkin' Trash with Waste Dive, Cole and Kristin report from the Big Easy where WasteExpo 2017 recently took place. There, the team met with eight of the industry's top CEOs — including Waste Management's Jim Fish and Waste Connections' Ron Mittelstaedt — to ask for their advice on everything from safety to growing company culture. Ever wondered how these leaders have succeeded in such a competitive industry? Tune in to find out. For more waste & recycling news and analysis, be sure to subscribe to this channel, or follow Waste Dive: Website: www.wastedive.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/wastedive Facebook: www.facebook.com/wastedive

15 min2017 MAY 22
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Ep04: Advice from 8 of the industry's top CEOs

Ep03: Is mixed waste processing the key to higher diversion rates?

In this episode of Talkin' Trash with Waste Dive, Cole and Kristin discuss the crux of mixed waste processing. While some see it as a way to increase capture rates, a number of "dirty MRF" complications and closures have raised questions about the process. Is the one-bin approach worth the effort and investment? Two industry executives weigh in with their takes. For more waste & recycling news and analysis, be sure to subscribe to this channel, or follow Waste Dive: Website: www.wastedive.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/wastedive Facebook: www.facebook.com/wastedive

16 min2017 MAY 12
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Ep03: Is mixed waste processing the key to higher diversion rates?

Ep02: What makes commercial franchising so complicated in NYC?

In this episode of Talkin' Trash with Waste Dive, Cole and Kristin discuss commercial waste franchising in New York City. While some believe franchising will improve collection logistics and labor standards, others are not convinced that a closed-market system is the best move. So what's next for commercial collections in the Big Apple? Two industry executives weigh in with their takes. For more waste & recycling news and analysis, be sure to subscribe to this channel, or follow Waste Dive: Website: www.wastedive.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/wastedive Facebook: www.facebook.com/wastedive

19 min2017 MAR 31
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Ep02: What makes commercial franchising so complicated in NYC?

Ep01: Should single-use plastic bags be banned?

In this episode of Talkin' Trash with Waste Dive, Cole and Kristin discuss single-use plastic bags: a small yet extremely contentious part of the waste stream. Should bags be banned to keep them from gumming up sorting equipment? Do bans and fees pose obstacles for retailers and consumers? Two industry executives weigh in with their takes. For more waste & recycling news and analysis, be sure to subscribe to this channel, or follow Waste Dive: Website: www.wastedive.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/wastedive Facebook: www.facebook.com/wastedive

13 min2017 FEB 11
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Ep01: Should single-use plastic bags be banned?
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Latest Episodes

Ep07: Insights on the unknown effects of China's scrap import ban

In this episode of Talkin' Trash with Waste Dive, Cole and Kristin discuss China's recently-announced import ban on 24 types of scrap material, a policy which will have unknown effects on the U.S. recycling industry. Executives from The Recycling Partnership, Eureka Recycling, Republic Services and more weighed in on how the looming ban could impact processing, domestic end markets and everything in between. For more waste & recycling news and analysis, be sure to subscribe to this channel, or follow Waste Dive: Website: www.wastedive.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/wastedive Facebook: www.facebook.com/wastedive

21 min2017 SEP 6
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Ep07: Insights on the unknown effects of China's scrap import ban

Epo6: Organics diversion is here to stay in NYC. What's next?

In this special episode of Talkin' Trash with Waste Dive, Cole reports from Brooklyn, home of the first New York City Food Waste Fair. There, Cole talked with DSNY Commissioner Kathryn Garcia, CEOs Ron Bergamini of Action Environmental Group and Gregory Lettieri of Recycle Track Systems, co-founder of Industrial/Organic Amanda Weeks, and Nora Goldstein, editor of BioCycle Magazine. Wondering what's next for NYC, or how to expand organics collection in your own area? Tune in to find out. For more waste & recycling news and analysis, be sure to subscribe to this channel, or follow Waste Dive: Website: www.wastedive.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/wastedive Facebook: www.facebook.com/wastedive

19 min2017 JUL 31
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Epo6: Organics diversion is here to stay in NYC. What's next?

Ep05: How will the 'Amazon Effect' impact recycling?

In this episode of Talkin' Trash with Waste Dive, Cole and Kristin discuss the growth of e-commerce — which is largely attributed to retail giant Amazon. Following Amazon's recent announcement to acquire Whole Food Market, two retail and packaging experts weighed in on how this deal (and other broad e-commerce trends) could have an effect on the packaging industry, and the overall state of recycling. For more waste & recycling news and analysis, be sure to subscribe to this channel, or follow Waste Dive: Website: www.wastedive.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/wastedive Facebook: www.facebook.com/wastedive

24 min2017 JUN 29
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Ep05: How will the 'Amazon Effect' impact recycling?

Ep04: Advice from 8 of the industry's top CEOs

In this special episode of Talkin' Trash with Waste Dive, Cole and Kristin report from the Big Easy where WasteExpo 2017 recently took place. There, the team met with eight of the industry's top CEOs — including Waste Management's Jim Fish and Waste Connections' Ron Mittelstaedt — to ask for their advice on everything from safety to growing company culture. Ever wondered how these leaders have succeeded in such a competitive industry? Tune in to find out. For more waste & recycling news and analysis, be sure to subscribe to this channel, or follow Waste Dive: Website: www.wastedive.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/wastedive Facebook: www.facebook.com/wastedive

15 min2017 MAY 22
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Ep04: Advice from 8 of the industry's top CEOs

Ep03: Is mixed waste processing the key to higher diversion rates?

In this episode of Talkin' Trash with Waste Dive, Cole and Kristin discuss the crux of mixed waste processing. While some see it as a way to increase capture rates, a number of "dirty MRF" complications and closures have raised questions about the process. Is the one-bin approach worth the effort and investment? Two industry executives weigh in with their takes. For more waste & recycling news and analysis, be sure to subscribe to this channel, or follow Waste Dive: Website: www.wastedive.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/wastedive Facebook: www.facebook.com/wastedive

16 min2017 MAY 12
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Ep03: Is mixed waste processing the key to higher diversion rates?

Ep02: What makes commercial franchising so complicated in NYC?

In this episode of Talkin' Trash with Waste Dive, Cole and Kristin discuss commercial waste franchising in New York City. While some believe franchising will improve collection logistics and labor standards, others are not convinced that a closed-market system is the best move. So what's next for commercial collections in the Big Apple? Two industry executives weigh in with their takes. For more waste & recycling news and analysis, be sure to subscribe to this channel, or follow Waste Dive: Website: www.wastedive.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/wastedive Facebook: www.facebook.com/wastedive

19 min2017 MAR 31
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Ep02: What makes commercial franchising so complicated in NYC?

Ep01: Should single-use plastic bags be banned?

In this episode of Talkin' Trash with Waste Dive, Cole and Kristin discuss single-use plastic bags: a small yet extremely contentious part of the waste stream. Should bags be banned to keep them from gumming up sorting equipment? Do bans and fees pose obstacles for retailers and consumers? Two industry executives weigh in with their takes. For more waste & recycling news and analysis, be sure to subscribe to this channel, or follow Waste Dive: Website: www.wastedive.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/wastedive Facebook: www.facebook.com/wastedive

13 min2017 FEB 11
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Ep01: Should single-use plastic bags be banned?
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