As mentioned in WasteDive Magazine, Jeff Duhamel, CEO of California-focused solid waste and recycling consulting firm MuniEnvironmental, said contracts he’s recently helped negotiate between haulers and cities have had rate increases between 30% and 40%.
The City of Lynwood has contracted MuniEnvironmental to implement two programs: CalRecycle diversion and citywide organics recycling.
MuniEnvironmental started the new year with a new addition to the team: Stephen Howe. Howe joined the firm as a Senior Consultant in January 2020.
The City of Bellflower has engaged MuniEnvironmental to solicit proposals from qualified solid waste service providers.
The City of West Hollywood has contracted with MuniEnvironmental for professional services to review its solid waste franchise agreement.
MuniEnvironmental has added the City of Lynwood to its group of clients following a recent agreement to conduct a Solid Waste and Recycling Performance Overview for the municipality.
The City of Hawaiian Gardens has entered into a two-year consulting contract with MuniEnvironmental to continue receiving assistance related to municipal solid waste.
MuniEnvironmental gained a new client with the City of El Monte’s recent selection of the firm for a 12-month contract to provide solid waste and recycling consulting services.
In 2014, Guiyu, China, was considered one of the most contaminated places in the industrialized world. For more than a decade, the city’s economy thrived on disposing of and recycling used electronics and components (e-waste).
Jeff Duhamel, CEO and Principal Consultant of MuniEnvironmental, along with Vice President Morgan McCarthy, attended the San Gabriel Valley City Managers’ Association (SGVCMA) Spring Workshop.