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Vermont’s statewide waste diversion efforts provide a case study on sustainable practices, even amid the need for pandemic practicalities.

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Published in September 2021
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Single-stream and Zero Sort recycling are not just eco-friendly, they also add green to the bottom line.

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Published in November 2014

Waste oil heaters can cut the waste management cost and reduce overall heating bills.

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  • Volume 52-6
  • Page 22
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Published in November 2013

With so much attention being paid to energy use, it's easy to overlook the cost of water--and there are many ways to save.

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  • Author Bob Bradbury
  • Volume 50-3
  • Page 51
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Published in May 2011

Keystone composts the vegetable waste at its high-end restaurants as part of an overall effort to shrink its trash flow.

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  • Author Rick Kahl
  • Volume 45-3
  • Page 54
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Published in May 2006
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The first in a special three-part section on sustainability. Here, the issues of global warming and what it means for the industry are addressed.

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  • Author Seth Masia
  • Volume 45-2
  • Page 48
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Published in March 2006
Three mountain resorts find new ways to recycle waste and increase their commitment to greening their mountains. Yosemite-Badger Pass, Northstar-at-Tahoe in California, and Sugarloaf/USA in Maine.

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  • Author Bryan Foster
  • Volume 41-6
  • Page 48
Published in November 2002
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A story about the turnaround and rebuilding of the main lodge at Maplelag cross-country ski resort in Minnesota. The lodge burned to the ground in 1999, the new lodge combines state-of-the-art features with old charm. There's a sidebar on the fire that destroyed the maintenance shed at Jackson Ski Touring in New Hampshire.

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  • Author Lori Paionk
  • Volume 40-3
Published in May 2001
The recycling, composting program at Keystone, Colo., combines kitchen scraps with horse manure to produce a resource used by landscapers throughout Summit County.

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  • Author Jonathan Gourlay
  • Volume 40-2
  • Page 53
Published in March 2001
Grand Targhee, Wyoming, embarked on a major program of environmental responsibility that paid off in good cost savings and good P.R. Recycled products from S.A.F.E. and Mobil E.A.L. include motor oil, hydraulic oil, cardboard and office paper.

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  • Author Michael Commins
  • Volume 32-5
  • Page 57
Published in September 1993
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