James Warner of Lancaster County Solid Waste Management Authority

June 19, 2012

James Warner, CEO of Lancaster County Solid Waste Management Authority (LCSWMA) discusses the Pennsylvania county's integrated system of managing waste through recycling and waste-to-energy processing that has helped the community achieve a 98 percent MSW diversion rate and extend landfill life. You can find out more about Warner and the LCSWMA in the Summer 2012 issue of <i>Renewable Energy from Waste</i> which will be available in July.

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