More stories about Landfills

  • Blight-busters: Cameras catch criminals in the act

  • PUBLIC WORKS May Article Links 2008

  • Solid waste collection and disposal products May 2008

    Large-capacity rear loader; tough shredder; transfer trailers; and more.

  • Government Loses Control of Waste Operations

    A federal judge in Guam has taken solid waste operations away from local government in favor of a court-appointed federal receiver from Virginia.

  • Food: The Final Frontier

    The nation should recognize the leadership that PUBLIC WORKS readers provided—and continue to provide—in driving the practice of recycling, a process that requires identifying markets for all that material as well as mobilizing the public.

  • PUBLIC WORKS Special Report: 2007 Forecast

    Budget increases are outpacing cuts five to one this year, 12 percent of public works budgets were cut going into 2007, and one-third are flat compared to 2006. The bottom line: Funding for public intrastructure is up, but not enough to suit most managers' needs. Read our special report on the 2007...

  • Bringing on new plant

    Ask anyone who's created a new water treatment plant or revamped an existing one, and you'll likely hear about the complexities. What the Earth Tech team has learned about designing in quality for this new operation may help your city succeed.

  • 2005 Trendsetters

    A lot has happened in the past year since we named our first 50 Trendsetters. The transportation bill passed (finally!). The Department of Homeland Security saw a changing of the guard. The standoff in Iraq continued. And 50 more people made a huge impact on the public works industry.