The Richmond-Times Dispatch highlights UBQ’s groundbreaking environmental technology and its direct effect on Virginia’s future.
Kim Hynes leads the Central Virginia Waste Management Authority (CVWMA) and wrote the piece for her column in the local Richmond newspaper.
Hynes discusses China’s recent changes in laws regarding acceptable recyclable goods. These changes are forcing business to take a closer look at how they approach recycling.
The CVWMA is partnering with UBQ, ordering 2000 new municipal recycling bins in order to reduce costs, increase quality recycling, and find alternatives to landfilling their waste.
We are excited to be working with the CVWMA to provide bins using the most climate positive material on the planet.
“UBQ’s innovative technology and end product is just the alternative we need, and we in central Virginia are proud to partner with them.”