Kentucky DOT breaks ground on new transit center

May 11, 2023

On Tuesday, the Kentucky Transportation Secretary Jim Gray and other elected officials broke ground on a new transit facility and parking garage they say will improve transportation for Kentucky residents. The new modern public transit facility located in the state […]

Accelerated FAA modernization will suffer under stopgap funding, says agency head

April 26, 2023

Via: FCW

A full year continuing resolution would hamper needed tech upgrades, according to the FAA’s top official. Read More on FCW

Plastics Industry Association Supports American Innovation and R&D Competitiveness Act and American Innovation and Jobs Act

April 19, 2023

The Plastics Industry Association (PLASTICS) applauds the introduction of the “American Innovation and R&D Competitiveness Act,” H.R. 368 sponsored by Congressman Ron Estes (R-KS) and Congressman John Larson (D-CT) and the “American Innovation and Jobs Act,” S. 866, sponsored by […]

Public Utilities, Waste Management

Orlando Officials Conducting Studies To Prevent Plastic Waste in Waterways

May 24, 2023

Via: Waste360

The city of Orlando, Fla. Is partnering with local environmentalists to investigate what is causing the city’s plastic pollution and find a way to reduce it. The Circularity Assessment Protocol (CAP) study will be conducted by scientists at the Ocean […]

Public Utilities, Waste Management

Study Concludes Recycled Diapers Can be Used in Construction

May 23, 2023

Via: Waste360

A new study published last week by researchers from the University of Kitakyushu in Japan claims that diapers can partially replace sand in the mortar and concrete composites used to construct buildings. It was found this method can be used […]