At a time when sinking commodity values are sending an increasing amount of material to landfill, a new company is gaining traction in the South for its efforts to reverse that trend. RePower South (RPS) was born in Moncks Corner, South Carolina, in 2013 to help recover more commodities in an economically feasible way. The company… Read More »
RPS offers a cost-effective recycling and landfill diversion solution that expands recycling recovery across the entire waste stream and produces a low carbon, renewable fuel. South Carolina-based RePower South (RPS) has begun accepting single stream recyclables from Charleston County, S.C., at its Berkeley County Recycling and Recovery Facility. RPS offers a cost-effective recycling and landfill diversion… Read More »
RPS Berkeley to help Charleston residents recycle more and landfill less Charleston, S.C.—South Carolina-based RePower South (RPS) recently announced that it has begun accepting single stream recyclables from Charleston County at its Berkeley County Recycling and Recovery Facility. RPS offers a cost effective recycling and landfill diversion solution that expands recycling recovery across the entire… Read More »
The leader of mixed-waste processor RePower South recently spoke on why recovering recyclables from the trash stream is a good option in certain cases. RePower South launched in 2013, licensing technology that creates a solid fuel from waste materials. The company has been working to advance several projects in the Southeast U.S. Now, the company… Read More »
By now, solid waste managers know the overseas markets for traditional recyclable materials have been inverted due to import bans and restrictions put in place by China. To boot, China’s actions are having a ripple effect across the globe as more countries adopt waste and material bans or expand their restrictions. While this is certainly… Read More »
Prattville, Alabama, is on a path to improve recycling. The city is revamping its recycling program with a new partnership with RePower South (RPS), Montgomery, Alabama, with hopes to capture and divert more material from landfill and make recycling easier for residents and businesses. Before, Prattville, along with other cities in Autauga County, provided large recycling bins… Read More »
The city of Montgomery, Alabama, plans to reopen its material recovery facility (MRF) after it has been idled for about two years. Infinitus Energy closed the MRF in October 2015 after it served as a mixed waste processing facility for about two years. Click here to read the full article.
A partisan City Council dispute in San Diego threatens a contract with the city’s MRF operator, and Montgomery, Ala.’s mixed-waste MRF is on the way to reopening. MRF wage conflict: A disagreement over living wage requirements has put at risk operations at a city of San Diego MRF. The San Diego Union-Tribune reports Allan Co., which operates the MRF,… Read More »