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WastAway reuses trash

WastAway in Warren County shows it’s possible to create products from trash within a warehouse instead of dumping outside at Middle Point Landfill in Rutherford County. “The average person in the the United States produces four pounds of garbage per day,” said Terry Moore, a WastAway chief business development officer who noted that at least 90 percent of …

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A Solid Approach to MSW Fuel

The concept of solidifying preprocessed municipal solid waste into fuel pellets or briquettes is not new, but the market has been slow to mature.  Fuel Familiarity  WastAway began processing MSW in 2003, at its commercial facility in Warren County, Tennessee, using a patented process to create a product called Fluff. According to Terry Moore, chief …

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La-Z-Boy Plant No Longer Sending Waste to Landfills

DAYTON, TN — Today, La-Z-Boy’s manufacturing facility in Dayton, Tennessee, marks a significant environmental landmark: it no longer sends any waste to a landfill. La-Z-Boy’s manufacturing plant in Dayton, Tennessee, is one of the largest furniture manufacturing facilities in the state of Tennessee, and possibly the nation. So when the corporate headquarters in Monroe, Michigan, …

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WastAway® Engineer Publishes Paper, Earns Board Nomination

Earlier this year, Robert Post, VP of Engineering at WastAway, presented a paper at the International Fluid Power Expo in Las Vegas, NV. The paper was presented on behalf of the International Fluid Power Society (IFPS) who sponsored his trip. The paper, titled Mobile Equipment Reservoir Baffle Innovation, describes a versatile and cost effective solution …

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U.S. Patent Granted for Modular Conveyer

Bouldin Corporation (parent company of WastAway®) is proud to announce that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has granted the Company’s patent application for its Modular Conveyor. The Modular Conveyor offers increased flexibility to equipment installation for the WastAway® waste recycling and processing equipment.

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WastAway® Featured in The Tennessean

On January 22, 2014, Nashville’s major newspaper, The Tennessean, printed an interview with Wastaway CEO Mark Brown about the creation of clean energy from everyday household waste. They also produced a short video that highlights the process and explains the Wastaway program.

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