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Marketing Machines for the Environmental Entrepreneur

Friday, August 31, 2001 in Municipal Solid Waste Management By Mark Saunders The behemoth machines that have created a new era of recycling and completely mushroomed the compost and mulch industries have only been in their current format over the last 10-20 years. Developed, for the most part, from an application that was designed to […]

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And There Was Light … and Pumps, Compressors, Saws, Drills

Thursday, August 31, 2000 in Grading and Excavation Contractor By Mark Saunders One of the best things about divine decree is that thought and action go hand in hand. For us mere mortals, however, a little more thought is usually required if we want our actions to go according to plan. When it comes to […]

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Just Say “No” to Dust…Maybe

Sunday, April 30, 2000 in Grading and Excavation Contractor By Mark Saunders Dust has long been a part of the dialect of the American West. Phrases such as “hit the dusty trail” and cowhands named “Dusty” were as much a part of the landscape of the Old West as the tumbleweed or the legend of […]

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Bringing Old Wood Back to Life

Tuesday, February 29, 2000 in Municipal Solid Waste Management By Mark Saunders Until the last decade of the 20th century, the life of an average wooden pallet was a drab and short-lived affair. Confined to a cold warehouse or shanghaied on a couple of dozen voyages in the dark hold of a tractor-trailer, overloaded with […]

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Modern-Day Alchemy Machines: Spinning Straw Into Gold

Saturday, June 30, 2001 in Municipal Solid Waste Management By Mark Saunders If you stopped people on the street and asked them to tell you the first word that popped into their minds when you said “recycling,” they might mention aluminum, glass, newspapers, office paper, or maybe even cardboard. But just as all these materials […]

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