The old adage says history can repeat itself, but if that is true, one can’t help but wonder: instead of repeating, can history recycle?
Last fall, the Delaware Solid Waste Authority (DSWA) started a new recycling program – partnering with Dart, a foodservice products manufacturer – to offer polystyrene foam recycling to Delaware resid
Before getting into the thick of things come summertime, now is great time to reflect on if you are truly doing everything you can to help the bays and the other beautiful natural resources of Delmarv
It’s easy to go green when somebody else is buying!
Big change is coming to Delaware via House Bill 234, which began its implementation process in November 2010.
Ocean City, Md., holds a pivotal position as a city among ecosystems.
Fall 2010 issue — Stay close to home, or take the train – Thanksgiving is traditionally a time when airports and highways are jam-packed with travelers trying to make it to Grandma’s house.
Fall 2010 issue — The holiday season is a special time. People look forward to gathering with friends and family, and celebrating with meals and gifts as they create happy memories.
Posted 6/9/2010--Markell Signs Law to Make Universal Recycling a Reality
With the introduction of single-stream recycling — meaning those recycling in Delaware can dump their cans, bottles, plastic and newspapers in one container — recycling just got a whole lot easier.
Methane released from two Delaware landfills — one in Sussex County — will now be used to make “green” energy.
The city of Salisbury accepts (curbside) paper products, cans, glass jars, glass bottles, and plastic bottles.
Delaware Solid Waste Authority is one of several waste management companies that provide recycling services on the peninsula.