The Chinese economy could be killing recycling in the U.S.
There have been rough years before, but this year may be the toughest.
China used to be a dumping ground for waste, but new policies have closed off the major market.
One broker says he'll have to do "a lot of juggling" if China won' import U.S. scrap.
One expert says the monthlong suspension could impact an estimated $400 million worth of trade.
The Environmental Protection Agency is looking to keep food waste out of landfills. One entrepreneur in rural New Hampshire is pinning her business to that goal.
It will no longer import recycled scrap from the U.S. So what do we do with it?
A city plan to increase recycling and food composting is in the works.
Almost half of the country's privately-owned businesses are owned by Baby Boomers. What happens when they retire?
Millions of mattresses are thrown out each year, creating an expensive challenge for waste managers.