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New York Times (10/26/14) P. 1; Zax, David

Nate Morris, CEO of Atlanta-based Rubicon Global, has found a lucrative niche serving as a hub connecting businesses with trash haulers and recyclers that handle their disposable materials. Morris has gained control of the waste manage...
Penticton Western News (Canada) (10/23/14) Fries, Joes

A five-month-old recycling program in British Columbia, Canada, is starting to face issues at some of the region’s smaller landfills. In May, Multi-Material B.C. was appointed to oversee recycling for the province-wide prog...
Denver Business Journal (10/20/14) Proctor, Cathy

Following this year's election campaign, Commerce City, Colo.-based Alpine Waste & Recycling plans to collect the numerous campaign yard signs that will need to be disposed of in the Denver, Colo., area. The company will accept...
Area Development Online (10/20/14)

Dynamic Recycling expects to create 110 jobs by opening a new facility in Onalaska, Wis., which will accommodate the company’s need for more space. Dynamic is spending more than $2 million to renovate and upgrade the facility, which is expect...
Journal Record (OK) (10/19/14) Terry-Cobo, Sarah

Tulsa, Okla.-based Natural Evolution and Oklahoma City-based HiTech Assets are seeing an increasing demand for their electronics recycling services. The companies help large businesses limit the security and environmental risks o...
Albany Times Union (NY) (10/17/14) Rulison, Larry

TCI of New York has bounced back from a fire two years ago that destroyed its recycling facility in Ghent, N.Y. The utility-equipment recycler recently completed construction on a new, $7 million headquarters and operations cent...
San Fernando Valley Business Journal (10/17/14) Golan, Elliot

Sherman Oaks, Calif.-based Signature Group Holdings is acquiring Global Recycling & Specification Alloys for $525 million. Signature is purchasing the business unit from Aleris International of Beachwood, Ohio, and w...
MyFox Tampa Bay (10/17/2014) Smith, Doug

Tampa, Fla.-based 3G1V says it recycles tons of plastic foam and sends it overseas to China. "We send about 200,000 pounds a month," says Bryan Anderson, one of the founders of 3G1V, short for “Three Guys, One Vision.” The majority of t...