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Davis Recycling Incorporated

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DELAWARE Dept. of Natural Resources & Environmental Control
Recycling: 302-739-9403

Laws and Regulations
Executive Order No. 82, issued in 2000, established a state goal of 30% diversion of recyclables from the residential solid waste stream. There is no target date. The Executive Order also creating a Recycling Public Advisory Council to advise the state on all aspects of recycling. The state also has a recycled product procurement law: for those products for which EPA has established Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines, Delaware agencies are to purchase the products with post-consumer recycled content meeting or exceeding the guidelines when it is technically and economically feasible to do so.

  • Delaware Recycling Code

    Catalytic Converter Companies
    [an error occurred while processing this directive] Vertex Industries, Inc. - Wilmington, DE
    Company Profile: Vertex Industries Automotive Products - ...relpacement cold air intake and exhaust systems for high performance vehicles. Headers, mufflers, exhaust, tips, catalytic converters, and other accessories round out the portfolio of high quality...
    http://www.vertexnow.com/carcat.html

    Educational Opportunities

  • Delaware Wastewater Recycling Association
  • Delaware Solid Waste Authority (DSWA)
  • University of Delaware Recycling

    News
    A University of Delaware research team claims they have discovered a novel formulation for catalytic converters that eliminates the need for expensive noble metals. The novel formulation is designed for relatively new lean-burn engines. These engines are being road tested in several countries, including South Africa and Japan, but are not yet commercially available. Lean-burn engines need new catalysts because existing catalysts do not work under the exhaust conditions the engines create. The formulation developed by Jochen A. Lauterbach, UD associate professor of chemical engineering, and colleagues is claimed to be cheaper and more effective than the current means of catalytic conversion, which relies on the use of costly platinum in the storage and reduction of nitrogen oxides in the emissions. http://www.allbusiness.com/transportation/aerospace-product-parts/1035256-1.html

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