FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
SWANA’s Applied Research Foundation Releases FY 2013 Reports
Silver Spring, MD – The Solid Waste Association of North America’s (SWANA) Applied Research Foundation has announced the availability of fiscal year (FY) 2013 reports.
Created in the fall of 2000, the Applied Research Foundation (ARF) supports SWANA’s mission of “advancing the practice” of solid waste management through the conduct of collectively-defined and funded applied research projects that address pressing solid waste issues. To date, the ARF has published a total of 38 reports.
In FY 2013, three reports were developed with the support and guidance of ARF subscribers:
Practical Methods for Measuring Landfill Methane Emissions and Cover Soil Oxidation
Source-Separation and Mixed Waste Recycling Systems: A Comparative Analysis
Opportunities to Enhance the Benefits and Reduce the Costs of Waste-to-Energy Facilities
“These latest ARF reports address pertinent topics such as how to measure landfill gas emissions and cover soil oxidation, how to increase the benefits and reduce the costs of waste-to-energy and how single-stream recycling compares to mixed waste recycling,” said Jeremy O’Brien, director of the ARF.
FY 2013 ARF reports are now available for purchase on www.SWANA.org.
About Applied Research Foundation:
The Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA) is an organization of more than 10,000 public and private sector professionals committed to advancing from solid waste management to resource management through their shared emphasis on education, advocacy and research. For close to 60 years, SWANA has been the leading association in the solid waste management field. SWANA serves industry professionals through technical conferences, certifications, publications and a large offering of technical training courses.