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Citizens Against Government Waste Releases 2018 Pig Book Detailing Government Waste

“The Congressional Pig Book is CAGW’s annual compilation of the pork-barrel projects in the federal budget. A “pork” project is a line-item in an appropriations bill that designates tax dollars for a specific purpose in circumvention of established budgetary procedures. … Continue reading

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Waste is picking up! M&A developments in the waste management and recycling industry

Historically a highly fragmented industry, the waste management and recycling sector has undergone a process of consolidation and increased M&A activity over the past several years. Analysts have offered various explanations for this trend, ranging from a desire for larger … Continue reading

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A Claim of Waste in an Arizona Divorce for the Loss of Equity in a Home | Voted “Best of the Valley”

A Claim of Waste in an Arizona Divorce for the Loss of Equity in a Home The Arizona Court of Appeals in the case of Woehler vs. Stough had to address whether a spouse in a divorce case in Arizona … Continue reading

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EPA Issued Proposed Rule to Add Hazardous Waste Aerosol Cans to Universal Wastes Regulated under RCR

By Lynn L. Bergeson, Christopher R. Bryant, and Margaret R. Graham On March 6, 2018, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a proposed rule (pre-publication version available here) to add hazardous waste aerosol cans to the category of universal … Continue reading

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EU declares war on plastic waste

The Guardian – “The EU is waging war against plastic waste as part of an urgent plan to clean up Europe’s act and ensure that every piece of packaging on the continent is reusable or recyclable by 2030. Following China’s … Continue reading

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