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WasteExpo 2017 Spotlight Session: Smart Cities with a Solid (Waste) Plan
 
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With increasing populations, changing policy requirements, new sustainability and recycling goals and improved technology developments, how are cities managing their solid waste? How are they planning for the future? Hear from innovative cities on their plans for managing waste now and down the road. Speakers: Phil Bresee, Chief Environmental Management Office, Arlington County Virginia Solid Waste Bureau Jim McKay, General Manager, Solid Waste Management Services, City of Toronto Susan Fife-Ferris, Director, Solid Waste Planning & Program Management, Seattle Public Utilities
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How San Francisco Is Becoming A Zero Waste City
 
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To watch the next episode about how Lauren Singer fit 2 years of trash in a single jar, click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nYDQcBQUDpw&list=PLRX7cVaoYVM7ZQFF6QTrYdhj_z2phxWNJ&index=10 According to the EPA, the national recycling rate in the U.S. is only about 34%. That means most of our solid waste goes to landfills and incinerators - including recyclable items like paper, glass, metal and plastic. Massive amounts of food waste that can be composted is clogging landfills, creating dangerous greenhouse gases. Many cities are starting to tackle this problem by implementing policies to help curb the waste by recycling and composting more. It's known as the "zero waste" movement, and San Francisco is on the forefront. Other cities that have zero waste goals include Portland, Seattle, Minneapolis, Austin, and Oakland. But San Francisco has been the most aggressive. In 2009 the board of supervisors passed an ordinance requiring all residents and business to recycle and compost their waste, making it the first American city to make composting mandatory. Its goal is to achieve zero waste by 2020, and it has diverted 80% of its waste from landfills so far. Now the city is getting attention from all around the world. Government officials from China, Italy, France, Denmark, India and many other countries have visited San Francisco's state of the art recycling and composting facilities in hopes of learning how to replicate its success. For more on San Francisco's Zero Waste plan: http://sfenvironment.org/zero-waste Join the Seeker community! Twitter: https://twitter.com/SeekerNetwork Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Seeker-Network/872690716088418?ref=hl Instagram: http://instagram.com/seekernetwork Tumblr: http://seekernetwork.tumblr.com App — iOS http://seekernetwork.com/ios App — Android http://seekernetwork.com/android Executive Producer: Laura Ling Producer: Pam Torno Cinematographers: Matthew Piniol, Spencer Snider Editor: Lee Mould
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King County’s Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Plan
 
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King County Solid Waste Division Director Pat D. McLaughlin discusses the county’s solid waste system and how to get involved and comment on the Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Plan.
Design-Builds of Transfer Stations
 
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Transfers Stations are an essential piece of any solid waste management plan. These facilities are used to reduce the distance waste disposal trucks need to drive to move garbage to a landfill site. Garbage is transferred to larger trucks at Transfer Stations and transported to regional landfill sites. Local landfills have been phasing out over the last few decades and regional landfills have become the final site for garbage. Long hauls to regional landfills for disposal trucks would be necessary if Transfer Stations did not exist. Transfer Stations play an important part in environmental factors as well, including reducing emissions and saving on fueling costs. View our video of some Transfer Station facilities Cambridge has designed and built over the past 20 years!
Event - Public Hearing on Plutonium & Chemical Waste at Hanford - 07/21/11
 
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Public hearing on the US Dept. of Energy proposed plan for cleanup of plutonium and chemical contaminated liquid waste discharge soil sites on Hanford's Central Plateau held July 21, 2011 at the Olympic Room, Seattle Center, Seattle, WA.
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Why no large-scale recycling of food waste in Cincinnati?
 
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It's enough to make you think twice before you put those moldy strawberries in your garbage can. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, more than 38 million tons of food waste were created in the United States in 2014, with only 5 percent of it diverted from landfills or incinerators. More food reaches them than any single material in everyday trash -- food comprises about 22 percent of discarded municipal waste. With so much benefit to be gained from diverting organic waste from landfills, local environmentalists are looking at ways to make that happen in Cincinnati. Perhaps the Queen City could learn something from Seattle, Washington. Eat in the food court of the popular Seattle Center Armory there, right next to the Space Needle, and you'll find three bins to fill when you're done eating: one for your trash, one for your recyclables and one for your food scraps. A few years ago, the city banned putting food scraps in garbage, said Susan Fife-Ferris, the director of solid waste planning and program management for Seattle Public Utilities. Table scraps and other organics like yard waste are trucked to two composting facilities, where private contractors process them into compost they sell as a soil supplement. The city generates about 97,000 tons of organics every year, Fife-Ferris said. That's 97,000 tons of waste it doesn't have to compact and haul to Oregon for disposal in a landfill, which she said makes for substantial savings. Why doesn't Cincinnati have a similar program for handling food scraps? The simple answer is that there's nowhere to process them. "If you're not willing to invest in some kind of facility, it's hard to get an organics program going," Fife-Ferris said. One reason why Cincinnati doesn't have a processing facility is because of its recent history with Compost Cincy, said Kristin Weiss, executive director of Green Umbrella, a nonprofit that works to create a more sustainable region. Environmental advocates had high hopes for Compost Cincy, a business that in August 2012 opened a commercial food waste composting facility in Winton Hills. But within a few months of its opening, residents began complaining of odor, birds, insects and other vermin. The city of Cincinnati closed the operation in February 2014 and recently agreed on a plan for its cleanup with the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency. That costly experience convinced city officials that composting should be done indoors, preferably in an anaerobic digester that would produce both compost and natural gas. Discussions are ongoing about building such a digester, but city officials have said it's not likely the city would be an active partner in building one. Along with the Greater Cincinnati Green Business Council, Green Umbrella is facilitating those discussions, Weiss said. There's no reason the city can't learn from its experience with Compost Cincy and have well-operating facilities, she added.
Waste Management and Recycling
 
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This clip shows how household trash are recycled and processed. More info can be found @ www.wm.com Please subscribe to http://www.youtube.com/user/ScienceChannel Copyright belongs to Discovery Communications LLC. Please support Cable TV and subscribe to the Science channels.
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Living in a Disposable World: Recycling the Future
 
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This panel examines consumer culture and possible solutions for addressing and reducing consumer generated waste. Panel includes: Julie Bargmann, principal, D.I.R.T. Studio; Sara Willis Hartwell, Office of Solid Waste, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Chris Jordan, Seattle-based artist; Tim S. Kraft, LEED AP, associate principal, PSA-Dewberry, Inc.; and moderator Susan Szenasy, editor-in-chief, Metropolis Magazine. For the Greener Good lecture series was presented by The Home Depot Foundation.
Smart Growth: Wisconsin's Comprehensive Planning Law
 
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Madison Wisconsin Attorney Mitch Olson explains how Wisconsin's newly effective Comprehensive Planning Law, commonly known as Wisconsin's Smart Growth Law, is designed to work.
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BONUS: "Policy," Unwasted: The Future of Business on Earth
 
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www.sagebug.com www.porterworks.com Seattle and King County Officials discuss policy matters related to business and solid waste. Businesses around the globe produce nearly as much waste as they do product -- almost 110 million tons annually in the US alone. Washington State spent more than 500 million dollars on waste disposal, recycling, and composting in 2009. But what is the real cost to business and the community? Filmed between Spring and Summer of 2011, "Unwasted" is a look at businesses and organizations in and around the Puget Sound who are leading the way toward a less wasteful, more profitable and environmentally sustainable society. Sage Environmental Services is pleased to bring this project to you. For information on screening, obtaining a copy or learning more about the project & the team behind it, visit: www.sagebug.com Director: Kyle Porter Producers: by Anna and Dave Porter Executive Producer: Julie Pond Production Assistance: Mattie Porter Music: Vox Mod and Kyle Porter Title Design: Ashley Pond V "Trains That Look Like Towns" by Exohxo www.ExohxoMusic.com This video is CC 3.0 Public performances encouraged.
Views: 556 PorterWorks
Make it a Straight Flush 2
 
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A look into Seattle Public Utilities' Pump Station 9 and the clogging it experiences.
Mars Waste Management
 
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This video is about Mars Waste Management
Views: 46 Claire Gustafson
Compost Company - Ashland City, TN
 
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From Live Green Tennessee: Season 7, Episode 6 The Compost Company is one of Middle Tennessee’s sources for organic waste recycling and composting. The provide compost to purchase for your garden and products for you to use at home to create your own compost. WCTE’s Jacob Carr visited The Compost Company to learn more about the sustainability of recycling our waste. Edward Joseph Wansing - Owner, The Compost Company
Views: 6367 LiveGreenTN
Seattle residents sue the city over 'trash police' - Policy allows trash collectors to check peopleâ
 
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Seattle residents sue the city over 'trash police' - Policy allows trash collectors to check people’s garbage to see if residents are recycling
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Seattle Recycling Program
 
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A short documentary about the Seattle Recycling Program. The program was a 1990 Innovations in American Government Awards winner.
Views: 306 Harvard Ash Center
City of Tacoma's Every-Other-Week Garbage Collection
 
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Find out how and why Tacoma Solid Waste Management is switching to every-other week garbage collection.
Views: 2245 CityofTacoma
Salon Business Plan - How to build a clientele in 6 months
 
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Subscribe to Salon Marketing University at: https://goo.gl/3m6MYu The industry norm suggests that it will take a new hair stylist more than 3 years to build a clientele. This is too long, right? It's no wonder that 80% of hair stylists quit in the first 18 months. You need a strong salon business plan before you start your business. Most stylists out of beauty school can't afford that much time to finally support themselves. This is a major problem...but it doesn't have to be that way. Beauty schools need to teach digital marketing techniques to make their graduates competitive in their town doing what they love. This is not happening, and that is why I created Salon Marketing University. In this video, you will learn 6 valuable digital marketing tools that you can begin using in your salon today, and form into a salon business plan! In a nutshell, you need a website, and proven ways to drive traffic to your website. Your salon website is the place that will display who you are, what you are, and why you are going to make the potential clients life better! In addition, your website needs to have online scheduling capabilities. If you don't have your phone number and online scheduling link available right when the user loads your site, you are missing out on a ton of new clients. Your website allows you to automate the scheduling and confirmation process which can save you hours doing the things that actually make you money! In your salon business plan, if it doesn't make money, dont waste your time doing it! We like Rosy Salon Software. You can get a free 30 day trial at: https://goo.gl/GKek7K The next tool is optimizing your website. Your website could be the most beautiful design, but if no one can find it in Google search, you aren't going to get new appointments from your website...and that is the whole point. So you need to optimize your website to get that organic traffic that will convert visitors into first time hair clients. Next is your Google My Business listing. This is a free listing that will also appear organically in Google search if it is optimized properly. So if you can take up this second position on the front page of local search, you are going to be one of three salons that are getting all the new clients. This listing lets you post pictures, has all your business information, and is the place where your clients can post reviews. Positive salon reviews are gold for getting new hair clients. I can't tell you how many times new clients have told us they called because of all our awesome reviews. Next, is my favorite: video! You can do so much valuable salon promotion using video. Your salon video is what will build trust with your client because they are able to preview their experience with you before they ever enter the salon. If you consistently create new video content for your salon, you can use Facebook ads to put those videos in front of a highly targeted audience in your city. You can see that these techniques will help your salon have a really strong presence where your clients are: on the internet! Every salon business plan should include internet advertising for client acquisition. Finally, once you get that first time client, the way you are going to build your clientele quickly is by pre-booking that second appointment before they leave the salon. You will have a full clientele within 6 months if you are able to get 10 new clients per week, and have at least a 40% return rate. I am really excited about this training, and hope you learned a lot about making a salon business plan to grow your clientele 5x faster than you would on your own. Be sure to visit http://www.salonmarketinguniversity.com/, and if you subscribe to the membership, you will learn a ton about promoting your salon in such a way where you are getting new clients ever day. Subscribe to my Salon business Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBY7n-jabLZATwYcSkX2k2w Watch more salon business videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLGXfH8meEynAk2CPIzJIPGjfuTFv0nJvP https://youtu.be/rOjNdGD68Jk Salon business plan
Views: 7341 Dustin NcCorchuk
How Product Creation Studio uses LiquidPlanner to design amazing products
 
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LiquidPlanner is used by Product Creation Studio, a Seattle-based full-service product design and engineering firm to power their adaptive approach to project management and communication. LiquidPlanner has helped Ian MacDuff and his team give customers reliable timelines for project completion, which keeps customers happy and enables them to take on more projects. Learn more at http://www.liquidplanner.com/?utm_campaign=s_yt_decsriptionupdate_jan.30.2017&utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=social More Videos: https://www.liquidplanner.com/support/videos/ Connect with us Twitter: https://twitter.com/LiquidPlanner LinkedIn: : https://www.linkedin.com/company/liquidplanner Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/liquidplanner/ Subscribe to our blog: https://www.liquidplanner.com/blog/ Product Creation Studio is a design and development firm consisting of engineering and industrial design—they help companies take their great ideas and make them into products. With hardware development and product development there are so many unknowns, people don’t hire them to do something that has been done one million times, they hire them to do something innovative and new which makes it difficult to tell customers from the start how the project is going to go. It’s important that project management represents reality, the role of the project manager is to help everybody understand what’s really going on in a project and build trust between the parties. Up until Product Creation Studio found LiquidPlanner, there was nothing that helped them capture the flexible, adaptive style of project management. Project management is about integrity, if you create a project plan and a client thinks you are going to follow the project plan exactly, that’s not true. Product Creation Studio work in a field where there are way too many unknowns—they have to be honest with themselves and their clients that the initial project plan is their best guess. What they promise is to always communicate with their clients in a timely manner, any changes and why those changes are happening—LiquidPlanner allows them to do this. LiquidPlanner is built on the idea that work changes and has allowed them to nip a lot of problems they had in the past, while boosting communication and visibility with clients. LiquidPlanner allows them to talk about what’s real, pushing them to collaborate and solve problems—more time is spent fighting with the problem rather than each other.
Views: 603 LiquidPlanner
Reduce
 
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A documentary about the art project Reduce, by Bekka Palmer. Produced at Seattle University.
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"How Chief Seattle's Words Changed My Life," by DeWayne Knott
 
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Download Transcript: http://kcdv.tv/big-muddy-speakers-series/pdf/dewayne-knott.pdf “Solidwaste + Heat = Power," by DeWayne Knott, September 27, 2016. Col DeWayne L. Knott describes various ways different types of solidwastes are used to generate electric power, and reads the words of Chief Seattle that inspired him to become an environmentalist. DeWayne L. Knott (retired), served as Vice Commander, 139 Medical Group Chief, USAF, & Chief Biologist for the Environmental Protection Agency. He has wartime experience. The mission of the United States Environmental Protection Agency is to protect human health and the environment. Big Muddy Speakers Series (Kansas City) hosted by Healthy Rivers Partnership (http://www.healthyriverspartnership.com/), Lakeside Nature Center (http://www.lakesidenaturecenter.org/), and RiverRelief (http://www.riverrelief.org/) at the Westport Coffeehouse Theater (http://www.westportcoffeehouse.com) Musical Credits: Ludwig van Beethoven: Moonlight Sonata A MIDI musical performance by Wesley Venable http://www.earthecho.com/words/wthich.html Live broadcast of Big Muddy Speaker Series: http://www.kcdv.tv Index of the Big Muddy Speaker Series: http://www.kcdv.tv/big-muddy-speakers-series For information about upcoming presentations visit: http://bigmuddyspeakers.org/kansascity/
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Solid Waste Division - King County Green Building Summit
 
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Solid Waste Division, King County DNRP, presentation at Oct. 26, 2011, King County Green Building Summit in Woodinville, Washington.
This Son Built His Aging Dad a Chic and Sustainable Tiny House, With Guitar Music Gentle Relaxation
 
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For many seniors, tiny houses provide the most suitable living spaces because they're small, easier to navigate and require less upkeep. Undoubtedly, these are some factors that Josh Wynne took into consideration when designing and building a modern sustainable cabin for his aging father. Named after its occupant, "Mike's Hammock" is a 604-square-foot one bedroom, one bath home situated on Wynne's property in the Florida Gulf Coast town of Nokomis. Equal parts sophisticated and sustainable, the cabin was built using a combination of local and recycled products such as its Southern Yellow Pine frame, which as sourced from a nearby housing development construction site. True to its eco-friendly design, the house maintains a modest footprint with the help of a customized central air and heating system equipped with a double-wall, exposed metal duct that helps distribute air evenly throughout the space, contributing to average monthly energy costs of around $25. On the style side, the interior is clad in Southern Pine wood paneling accompanied by sliding glass doors and well-placed windows that offer tons of light and viewing opportunities of the surrounding marsh wildlife. Pitched ceilings give the illusion of extra space. To accommodate Mike, who has limited mobility due to health issues, Wynne opted out of installing upper cabinets and used only full-extension drawers for easier access. The doors are sizeable enough to easily accommodate wheelchairs. The bathroom is also equipped with extra space for walkers and wheelchairs and features a shower with a fold-down seat and support for grab bar installation. Due to its cantilevered design, the tiny cabin appears to float above the surrounding native Sabal palm trees. As Inhabitat notes, Wynne was careful to keep the project low impact, planting three trees to replace the one he removed during construction. Additionally, the engineered wood that frames the roof was installed without a crane. "It minimizes impacts by utilizing trees that are younger and using them more efficiently than solid-sawn lumber," Wynne told New Atlas. Overall, the tiny house construction produced a modest amount of waste – less than a dumpster full, in fact. https://newatlas.com/florida-tiny-house/52232/ https://inhabitat.com/son-builds-modern-dream-cabin-from-recycled-materials-for-his-aging-father/ http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/why-you-should-choose-drawers-over-cabinets-in-your-kitchen-243191 http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/this-son-built-his-aging-dad-a-chic-and-sustainable-tiny-house-253084 More Videos: #tinyhouse #tinyhouses #smallhouse #cottage #cabin #tiny #tinyhome ============================ #TinyHouseLover is a channel sharing homes under 500 sq ft. In the past few years, #tiny homes have surged in popularity. They're economical, environmentally friendly, and encourage people to live minimally.
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Moreno Valley Public Works Department Solid Waste and Recycling Program
 
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Moreno Valley Public Works Department Solid Waste and Recycling Program
From Garbage to Gold: A talk on waste management by Vellore Srinivasan
 
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Vellore C Srinivasan started his journey in environmental efforts as the only participating Indian corps member of King County World Conservation Corps, Seattle, USA in the year 1997. He serves currently on the Steering Committee on Solid Waste Management in the Tamil Nadu State Planning Commission. Srinivasan has coined the term Solid and Liquid Resource management to process several by-products which otherwise if untreated is called a waste. Through his pioneering work and vision, Srinivasan is responsible for initiating SLRM projects in Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Chhattisgarh, Tamil Nadu, Meghalaya, among several other states of India. Srinivasan's association with Association for India’s Development dates back to his pioneering work in Vellore Hill Restoration project. This project was later adopted with his help in Payvihir Eco Village which won United Nations Development Program award in 2014. Srinivasan’s work was highlighted in popular TV series Satyamev Jayate and his work in Jodhpur was inaugurated by Mr. Aamir Khan on August 15, 2014. He coordinated the efforts with Khoj in Melghat to construct Maharashtra’s biggest community biogas plant with total 70 bio-digesters. Alongside, with his work in Coimbatore SLRM his next venture is SLRM centers in Ambikapur, Chhattisgarh as part of Swach Ambikapur Mission.
Views: 662 AID Colorado
Jack Macy: The San Francisco Zero Waste Strategy
 
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Learn how the ambitious San Francisco Zero Waste Plan helped a city with 825.000 inhabitants already achieve 80 percent recycling, on the way to zero percent waste by 2020. Cradle People invited Jack Macy, the Project Coordinator behind the plan, to present at a workshop in Copenhagen, Denmark, on 11 October 2013. Uncredited amateur video.
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Channel 10 News: Waste Disposal Rates and How San Diego Stacks Up
 
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In this segment airing on June 13, 2011, ABC Channel 10 News reporter Michael Chen looks at waste disposal rates throughout our region. As Chen reports, recently released new data support findings from Equinox Center's 2011 San Diego Regional Quality of Life Dashboard showing a distinct downward trend in average per capita waste disposal in San Diego County: From 2008-2009, San Diego County residents reduced waste by approximately 1 pound per person per day, though the region's average waste disposal is still above California's. The slowing of the economy had a significant impact on the reduction of both personal and commercial waste. (Less consumption means less packaging and other trash, while less construction means less demolition and material waste.) Reducing our overall waste disposal in the region is good news on all fronts. Landfills eventually fill up, and new ones are neither easy nor cheap to build. What's more, the "NIMBY" ("Not in My Backyard") challenge is more or less a given for any proposed new landfill, regardless of location, as are environmental and political concerns. We also don't need a recession to cut back our region's waste production. There is still vast opportunity to keep our region's waste levels down even as the economy recovers. The obvious low-hanging fruit on that front is recycling and composting. For more on this: http://www.equinoxcenter.org/sustainability-blog/Up-or-Down-Whats-Going-on-With-San-Diegos-Garbage.html?searched=garbage&advsearch=oneword&highlight=ajaxSearch_highlight+ajaxSearch_highlight1
Views: 584 Equinox Center
How Can You Help (Kitsap County, WA)
 
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Learn about how you can help combat the growing issue of homelessness in your county and hear what legislators are planning for the future. If you are interested in getting involved visit: www.kitsapcontinuumofcarecoalition.org
Views: 418 David Malmborg
Discover Seattle Public Utilities -- Short Version
 
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At your utility, our job is to protect the area's quality of life. To do that, we: • Maintain some of the nation's best drinking water -- no need to buy bottled water! • Help Seattle residents and businesses be recycling leaders -- we divert more waste than practically any city. • Protect local waterways and the Sound from polluted storm and waste water -- through rain gardens, tank systems and overflow treatment.
Guernsey Zero Waste Presentation - Part 1
 
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Professor Paul Connett giving a presentation to Guernsey, Channel Island on his Zero Waste Strategy. Held at Beau Sejour Leisure Centre on the 23rd of February 2010.
Views: 649 GuernseyIssues
Waste to Landfill
 
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tipping waste at landfill
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WasteManagement.mpg
 
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Waste Management : Recycle America!
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How to Install a Sewage Ejector Pump
 
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In this video, I show how to plumb and install a sewage ejector pump. Purchase items I used in this video: Sewage Pump: http://amzn.to/2qF6RBz Please rate, comment, and subscribe. I'm also happy to answer any questions you may have regarding your repair or installation. Check out my channel for other repair videos.
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The Good - The Bad and the Very Very Nudiustertianly Ugly
 
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The Good! Boyan Slat! Slat - the nineteen-year-old founder of the Ocean Cleanup Foundation - has devised yet another ingenious plan to combat ocean pollution. Slat's invention - the Ocean Cleanup Array - is entirely naturally powered and uses a complex combination of booms and currents to separate plastic particles from seawater. The Array then stores the separated plastic and prepares it for recycling. According to Slat's website - his device could clean-up the world's oceans in as quick as five years if he receives enough funding. Good work - Boyan. If you're interested in helping out - check out boyanslat.com
Views: 423 The Big Picture RT
WCBS 2 News: Waste Transfer Station Coverage
 
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5/21/14: WCBS 2 News covers the protests of the Waste Transfer Station next to Asphalt Green.
Views: 138 Asphalt Green
Waste Management-SafetyInstruction.com
 
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This course provides an overview on managing hazardous waste according to federal regulations including background on RCRA and the Pollution Prevention Act of 1990, recognizing when materials constitute a regulated hazardous waste, and information on generation, transportation, treatment, storage, and disposal requirements.
Views: 78 safetyinstruction
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Views: 48 Mary Gary
Long-term disposal options for King County’s garbage
 
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You probably don’t think of a landfill as a gold mine, but in a way that’s what the Cedar Hills Regional Landfill in Maple Valley has been for the residents of King County. As we look toward the future, we need to develop new long-term disposal options.
China takes advantage of America’s inability to sell military drones
 
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Former Secretary of the Air Force official Rebecca Grant, Action Institute program and education director Paul Bonicelli and Bre Payton, staff writer for The Federalist, on the Chinese selling military drones to foreign powers.
Views: 2231 Fox Business
USL LIVE - Phoenix Rising FC vs Seattle Sounders FC 2 9/2/17
 
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Phoenix Rising FC looks to stay hot when Seattle Sounders FC 2 ventures into the desert during Week 24 of the 2017 USL regular season http://uslsoccer.com/ Keep up with the latest news and subscribe! https://twitter.com/USL/ https://www.facebook.com/USLSoccer/ http://instagram.com/USLSoccer/ #USL
Views: 6428 United Soccer League
09/20/2016 - Federal Way City Council - Regular Meeting
 
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FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING AGENDA COUNCIL CHAMBERS - CITY HALL SEPTEMBER 20, 2016 - 7:00PM 1. CALL MEETING TO ORDER 2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 3. PRESENTATIONS a. Proposed King County 2017/2018 Solid Waste Disposal Fees b. Mayor's Emerging Issues and Report 4. CITIZEN COMMENT 5. CONSENT AGENDA a. Minutes: September 1, 2016 Study Session Minutes; September 6, 2016 Special and Regular Meeting Minutes. b. 2016/2017 Diversity Commission Work Plan. c. First Amendment to Cedar Building Services, Inc. d. Interagency Agreement between WA State ICAC Task Force Acting through the City of Seattle Police Department and Federal Way Police Department. e. Drug Enforcement Administration Asset Forfeiture Sharing MOU and Local HIDTA Task Force Agreement. f. 2016 Target Community Engagement Funds Grant. g. Parks Asphalt Trail Repairs. h. Easter States Paving, Inc. Retainage Release. i. Fieldturf USA, Inc. Retainage Release. j. Landscape Structures, Inc. Retainage Release. k. Northwest Playground Equipment, Inc. Retainage Release. l. Metro Group, LLC. Retainage Release. m. American Guaranteed Roofing and Construction, Inc. Retainage Release. n. Global contractors, LLC Retainage Release. o. Steel Lake Park to Downtown Trail - 30% Design Status Report. p. S 356th Street (Pacific Highway to Enchanted Parkway) Improvement Project - 100% Design Status Report and Authorization to Bid. q. Pete von Reichbauer Way S (20th Ave) and S 316th Street Sidewalk Replacement Project - Project Acceptance. 6. COUNCIL BUSINESS a. Mayor Submits 2017-2018 Biennial Budget to Council. b. Youth Commission Appointments. c. Demolition of Structures at 36818 8th Ave S - Authorization to Bid. 7. COUNCIL REPORTS 8. EXECUTIVE SESSION 9. ADJOURNMENT
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TalkingStickTV - Tom Carpenter - Hanford: Modular Nuke Reactors & the Waste Treatment Plant
 
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Interview with Tom Carpenter, Executive Director of the Hanford Challenge, on newly proposed modular nuclear reactors at Hanford and the continuing problems of the construction of the Waste Treatment Plant. Recorded June 23, 2012 in Seattle.
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AFSCME pickets Trump near our house
 
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Union busting is disgusting
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Thurston County Connection: Part II(2/2)
 
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Commissioner Karen Valenzuela interviews Thurston County Solid Waste staff Peter Guttchen and Colleen Minion about our work with schools. Peter Guttchen is staff for the Food to Flowers program. We visit the program in action at Pleasant Glade Elementary, North Thurston School District in Lacey. The Food to Flowers Program helps schools in Thurston County set up systems to compost food waste and food-soiled paper from cafeterias, and to improve their overall waste reduction and recycling efforts. Here from Principal Bruce Walton about what the program has done at the school. Colleen Minion presents free lessons to elementary and middle schools about waste prevention, recycling, worm compost, and consumer marketing. Thurston County Solid Waste also helps schools become certified as a Washington Green School. She also offers a free Trash Talk publication to schools. For more information about these programs as well as others go to www.ThurstonSolidWaste.org.
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Presentation of Regional Growth Management Plan to Columbus City Council - Part 1 of 3
 
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The Columbus Consolidated Government City Council received a formal presentation of the Fort Benning Regional Growth Management Plan, presented by Mike Gaymon, President of the Chamber of Commerce and the Valley Partnership Joint Development Authority, and by Gary Jones, Executive Vice President, Military Affairs. The Regional Growth Management Plan (RGMP) involved over 400 volunteers in an 18 month process to identify and plan for the impacts of growth at Ft Benning due to Base Realignment And Closure (BRAC). The study produced a plan for each of the 10 counties surrounding Ft Benning and a plan for the region as a whole. For more information and to read the RGMP plan documents, go to www.fortbenningandthevalley.com
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INCREDIBLE 106 MINUTES ON THE FUTURE OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND TECHNOLOGY | DAILYVEE 305
 
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Do you guys like having keynotes back on this channel? I'm really trying to test, test, and test... Not sure if having two channels is the right strategy, if I should only be using my main channel, or if I should look to upload some content on other platforms etc. What are you guys thinking? Let me know! Your comments are my oxygen! I really tried to focus on the Q&A aspect of this keynote in Boise (2017) to make sure that I could provide as much value as possible to those that attended. There are definitely some good segments in here, so I hope that you really pay attention to the things that I get at. Thank you for watching this video. I hope that you keep up with the daily videos I post on the channel, subscribe, and share your learnings with those that need to hear it. Your comments are my oxygen, so please take a second and say ‘Hey’ ;). — Follow my entrepreneurial journey here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfA33-E9P7FA-A72QKBw3noWuQbaVXqSD — ► Subscribe to my channel here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=GaryVaynerchuk ►Check out my second channel here: http://www.youtube.com/GaryVaynerchuk — Gary Vaynerchuk is a serial entrepreneur and the CEO and founder of VaynerMedia, a full-service digital agency servicing Fortune 500 clients across the company’s 4 locations. Gary is also a prolific public speaker, venture capitalist, 4-time New York Times Bestselling Author, and has been named to both Crain’s and Fortune’s 40 Under 40 lists. Gary is the host of the #AskGaryVee Show, a business and marketing focused Q&A video show and podcast, as well as DailyVee, a docu-series highlighting what it’s like to be a CEO, investor, speaker, and public figure in today’s digital age. Make sure to stay tuned for Gary’s latest project Planet of the Apps, Apple’s very first video series, where Gary is a judge alongside Will.I.Am, Jessica Alba, and Gwyneth Paltrow. — Follow Me Online Here: 2nd YouTube: http://youtube.com/garyvaynerchuk Instagram: http://instagram.com/garyvee Facebook: http://facebook.com/gary Snapchat: http://snapchat.com/add/garyvee Website: http://garyvaynerchuk.com Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/garyvee/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/garyvee Medium: http://medium.com/@garyvee Planet of the Apps: http://planetoftheapps.com Podcast: http://garyvaynerchuk.com/podcast Wine Library: http://winelibrary.com Official Merchandise: http://garyveeshop.com Subscribe to my VIP Newsletter for exclusive content and weekly giveaways here: http://garyvee.com/GARYVIP
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Seattle Angel Conference XII: Pitch 4-6
 
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Seattle Angel Conference is an 'investor education' group whose goal is to improve the Seattle startup ecosystem' by increasing the amount of capital available to new startups. Historically it's been comprised in significant part by Microsoft employees. This is the 12th Seattle Angel Conference, which has engaged over 300 new accredited investors into the process of Angel Investing. For details, see http://www.seattleangelconference.com/ See more at https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/research/video/seattle-angel-conference-xii-pitch-4-6/
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Cabinet Refacing Seattle - Toll Free (855) 696-5751
 
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Call (855) 696-5751 to schedule your FREE in-home estimate on Cabinet Refacing in Seattle. http://www.DiscountCabinetRefacing.com Nationwide network of cabinet refacing professionals. cabinet refacing Seattle Seattle cabinet refacing kitchen cabinets Seattle kitchen cabinet refacing Seattle kitchen remodeling Seattle Cabinet refacing is a cost-effective way to give your kitchen a whole new look by replacing your cabinet doors and drawer fronts and veneering the exterior of the cabinet drawer boxes. Your kitchen layout stays the same and the cabinets stay in place, so you avoid the inconveniences associated with major renovation and demolition. Enhancements like organizers, shelving, mouldings and other accessories add the finishing touches. •The old doors and drawer fronts are removed and your cabinet face-frame and end panels are refaced •Matching custom-made solid wood or rigid thermofoil doors and drawer fronts are installed •High-grade self-closing hinges and your choice of decorative handles are added to complete the project •Most cabinet refacing projects can be completed in as little as 4 – 6 days Your kitchen is one of the most important places in your home. And when it comes to remodeling, your cabinets are among your main concerns. Chances are, it’s your doors and drawer fronts that reflect a tired, outdated, style and finish, not to mention years of wear. Most likely, behind these old doors and drawer fronts, your cabinet boxes and face frames are still in excellent condition. In the next few minutes you will learn how to give your kitchen a whole new look, for a whole less. Let’s take a look at the cost savings and additional benefits of cabinet refacing. Refacing your kitchen is no longer just about changing the appearance of your cabinets. Today, possibilities are nearly endless. In this kitchen, the homeowners not only desired a new look, but they improved their kitchens functionality as well. The money they saved by choosing to reface their existing cabinets allowed room in their budget for a new features and conveniences which were easy to add and brought additional value to their home. Smooth gliding, full extension drawer slides give you immediate and full access to the contents of your drawers. And the dove tailing on your new drawer boxes is as sign of distinction and value. Spice rack inserts keep spices organized and at your fingertips. The convenience of a waste bin pull out makes trash removal easy and keeps your kitchen attractive and clutter free. Add to that cutlery trays, knife block inserts, you can easily imagine the possibilities. And it doesn’t end there. New lighting and decorative molding can add style and elegance. You might want to install a new countertop or replace old appliances. In other words, you can as little or as much as you choose. Now let’s take a look at what you can expect during your refacing project. A quality contractor realizes that your kitchen is a family place and you want to stay that way even throughout the refacing process. He or she will sit down with you to discuss your budget, show you samples of door styles and finishes, and take measurements of your kitchen. Together, you will discuss a variety of custom options and outlined a plan exclusively for your kitchen. Everything from its overall appearance down to the details like molding and cabinet hardware. Your contractor will order your custom cabinet components made and finished to your specifications. After decisions are made and your components have been manufactured it’s time to start the work. Your installers will protect your floor, countertops and appliances. They will remove your old doors, drawer boxes and hardware then sand and clean the surfaces of your cabinets. once the surfaces are prepared the pre-finished veneer will be applied to your cabinets and trimmed down to size. Finally, they will install your new doors, drawer fronts, drawer boxes and the additional features and hardware that make your kitchen truly yours. Your contractor knows the importance of insuring your belongings are well-protected and your kitchen is clean and fully functional at the end of each day. Mostly refacing projects can be completed in a matter of four to six days, which means you can have the kitchen of your dreams without weeks of noise, mess or inconvenience. And what’s more, refacing your kitchen raises the value of your home for as little as half the cost of purchasing new cabinets and in only a fraction of the time. Refacing revolves around your needs and your budget ensuring that you are always in control. With so many versatile options to choose from and with the convenience of a shorter time frame it’s even see why refacing is not just to cover up any more it’s a practical economical and valuable remodeling solution. http://www.youtube.com/user/CabinetRefacingPros http://www.youtube.com/rss/user/CabinetRefacingPros/videos.rss
Artwork at the Shoreline transfer station #2
 
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Created by artist Carolyn DePelecyn ReTire (with Steve McGehee) Shoreline Recycling and Transfer Station, Shoreline, Wash. King County Solid Waste Division % for Art. Managed by 4Culture. Carol DePelecyn created two artworks for the Shoreline Recycling and Transfer Station: ReTire and Terra Firma. The artworks reflect waste, recycling and conservation practices. DePelecyn visited the Cedar Hills Landfill with photographer Steve McGehee, where waste from King County transfer stations is compressed into landforms on a vast scale. Mount Rainier, an iconic symbol of the region's natural beauty, overlooks this mountain of garbage in Terra Firma, a photograph installed as a billboard above the facility's tipping floor. Waiting in line at the scale house, visitors experience the sound installation ReTire which features audio tracks emanating from within recycled tires, once used on scraper trucks that level landfills. Sound artist Dale Stammen collaborated with DePelecyn to capture and edit natural and man-made sounds for the installation.
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Fukushima Meltdowns - The Day Nuclear Died
 
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March 11th 2011 the day nuclear died , at first the industry pretended Fukushima never happened then they rolled out the cruel media tools and the university's heartless goons then the govt guard dogs followed immediately by the hideously odious vicious pro nuke monsters with everything to lose . Save me to bookmark the subscription doesn,t always work !! Your donation will help us sustain this most resource-intensive form of journalism, ensuring that the most complex and important stories still get told. paypal https://www.paypal.me/danadurnford or use credit card at my site http://www.thenuclearproctologist.org/ See study's on marine life on Canada pre fukushima - B.C. CANADA Marine and Animal Studies http://ibis.geog.ubc.ca/biodiversity/efauna/SpeciesChecklists.html Toxicity of inhaled plutonium dioxide in beagle dogs https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8927705 Santa Fe New Mexican - Resolutions opposing LANL plans postponed until next month - Tripp Stelnicki Interesting Engineering - Take a Look Inside the World's First Nuclear Power Plant - Shelby Rogers KING5 Seattle - John Oliver highlights Hanford and America's alarming lack of a 'nuclear toilet' - Erin Jensen HuffPost - John Oliver Says The U.S. Nuclear Nightmare Has Already Happened--And it includes radioactive alligators. - Ron Dicker Rolling Stone AP News - New US penalties on Chinese, Russian firms over North Korea - Matthew Lee Bloomberg - Treasury Sanctions Russian, Chinese Companies Over North Korea - Joe Sobczyk Bloomberg - The Nuclear Tech Breakthrough That Could Make Oil Obsolete--Nuclear fusion is on the brink of a major milestone, but the field faces a chronic lack of funding. - Jing Cao and Aki Ito Bloomberg - Ladane Nasseri Reuters - Iran says can produce highly enriched uranium in days if U.S. quits deal - Bozorgmehr Sharafedin Stephanie Nebehay Forbes - There's More Than One Way To Get Nuclear Power - James shithead Conca Financial Times - UK eyes rethink after high cost of nuclear plant - Andrew Ward and Nathalie Thomas The Independent - Solar panel capacity to overtake nuclear energy next year in historic landmark - Ian Johnston KULR8 Billings, Montana - State releases long-awaited radioactive oil waste disposal rules RT - Scotland 'wholly unprepared' for nuclear weapons accident on its roads – report Business Day South Africa - How SA's nuke cloud became a global silver lining - Michael Schmidt Joongang Daily - Faint red lines--Each time North Korea crosses one red line, another is drawn - Kim Jin-kook Charleston Post Courier - Letter: An explanation of failed nuclear power project - Leighton Lord, Chairman, Santee Cooper Board of Directors, Riverwood Drive, Moncks Corner Daily News, Batavia, NY - Letter: Nuclear energy isn't safe as it seems - Byrna Weir, Rochester Japan Times - Japan unlikely to take up nuclear arms, expert says Buffalo News - Another Voice: State shouldn't bail out nuclear plants - Charley Bowman, co-chairman of the Environmental Justice Task Force of the Western New York Peace Center CTV News - Ottawa wants info on impact of nuclear-waste bunker on Indigenous community - Colin Perkel, The Canadian Press Motley Fool Canada - Cameco Corp.: Does Nuclear Energy Have a Future? - Jacob Donnelly Asahi Shimbun - Young Japanese envoys kept off anti-nuke stage in Geneva - Keita Mano Oxygen.com - August 21, 2013: Japan's Fukushima Nuclear Power Plan Has Radioactive Leak - Gina Tron Charlotte Observer - Westinghouse Electric furloughs hundreds in S.C., including Rock Hill - Katherine Peralta Courthouse News Service - Navy Families Sue Fukushima Operators for Wrongful Death - Bianca Bruno
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The Chariot - Yanni Depp @ Studio Seven 11-1-13
 
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Encore - Yanni Depp Studio Seven, Seattle. November 1st, 2013.
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