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Are Utilities Doing Enough to Prevent Waste Going to the Landfill - Especially Hazardous Waste?

The Global Waste Market is set to reach USD 484.9 billion by 2025 (Research Cosmos) Consequently, the ongoing development and optimization of innovative waste reduction and conversion technologies, driven by population explosion, urbanization, hazardous waste generation, the enforcement of reduce, reuse, recycle, circular economy and zero waste to landfills are crucial to the waste management industries to help relieve the critical decrease in landfill space that requires persistent hikes in landfill tipping fees along with nonstop rise in environmental concerns. 


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