On a wide new road, beyond the city van where two workers catch an afternoon nap, there is a visible sign that Dallas is about to enter a new era of garbage technology. Or maybe not. With a sweeping view of the McCommas Bluff landfill sits the $6 million first phase of what the city hopes will someday be an "eco-park." The single-story brick building, which loosely resembles a school gymnasium, and an improved pad site area... More >>>