In 2017, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed new rules to reduce the amount of toxic waste being dumped into our waterways.
In the first phase of the proposal, EPA is aiming to reduce all industrial waste from landfills and scrap yards by 80% by 2025.
But that’s not all: in the second phase, the agency wants to make recycling of trash a big part of recycling programs.
Under this plan, trash will have to go through a complex process that takes years to complete.
Here’s how it works.
The idea is that recycling waste from landfill sites can actually reduce its impact on the environment.
This recycling is not just for waste from industrial and commercial industries, but also from restaurants and grocery stores.
That means that instead of having a pile of trash sitting in your basement, you’ll have less of a pile in your yard.
The EPA has a number of other programs that can help people recycle, but this plan is the first to target the most harmful waste.
As a waste manager, you will get a lot of incentives to reduce your environmental footprint.
This will reduce your costs as well as increase your profits.
There are many benefits to recycling.
First, it helps to save on labor costs.
Waste management is costly, and the environmental benefits of recycling are well known.
But it’s also important to consider that you’re reducing your carbon footprint.
If you recycle, you also get to reuse materials and help to clean up your community.
Second, you can reuse items that you’ve already used in the past.
For example, if you have a box of milk in your pantry, you could reuse that milk by making another box of cream cheese.
And if you’ve bought something like a milk carton, you may want to reuse it by making a box out of the milk itself.
Third, recycling your old things is a great way to get rid of them.
If something is in a dumpster, you’re much less likely to buy it.
And recycling can be more efficient than disposing of your old items in a landfill.
So if you’re looking to reuse a piece of jewelry, for example, you might be better off keeping it in your closet and using a third party company to recycle it instead of letting the dumpster pile up.
The final piece of the plan is that if you buy from a recycling facility, you get to recycle all the items you purchase, regardless of the source of the item.
You don’t have to be the recycler.
For instance, you don’t even have to use the same kind of recycling facility that’s used by a grocery store.
All that is needed is to get your recycling container, pick up a trash bag, and bring the bag into the recycling facility.
As long as you bring it into the facility, the recyclers will accept your items.
For recycling, it’s important to note that these facilities will charge a fee, so you might want to have a deposit before you use your items for recycling.
The plan’s deadline is March 15, 2020.
If the plan passes, it will become effective in 2021.
For more on recycling, check out our article: How to recycle in 2019.