A new digital service from Waste Connects aims to improve recycling and reconnect waste connections in the U.S.
A new service called Waste ConnectIONS is designed to collect and process waste and recycle it for the U:S.
Environmental Protection Agency.
The service will allow users to log in to a website to upload photos of the waste, the address of where the waste is located, and how long it’s been sitting there.
The app will also offer recommendations on where to recycle and recycle the waste.
Waste Connections will collect and ship waste that’s already in the United States, or that has already been processed in another country.
Users can then make their own connection between the waste and the city or state they live in.
The program is being offered by the company, which was founded in 2017.
Wastewater from businesses and homes in the San Francisco Bay Area can be recycled through the service, which also offers an online recycling program.
The company has also been working with the San Jose Mercury News to help them improve the recycling process.
The company also partnered with the Bay Area Environmental Network to offer free recycling and a free service in the Bay area.