Starting in mid-March, the Waste Dive team dedicated the majority of its time to covering what the rapidly evolving COVID-19 situation meant for waste and recycling in the United States. Frontline workers have been affected, services have been disrupted, policies have been temporarily changed and financial effects have been significant for the public and private sector alike. While those effects have begun to rise and fall on a regional basis, the pandemic's implications remain a dominant issue for the industry overall.
Catch up on all of our reporting here, in reverse chronological order to present the newest stories first. You can also follow along with regular news recaps on our coronavirus tracking page. Please contact us with any feedback, tips or questions about COVID-19 stories at [email protected]