Dallas, USA – April 20, 2022 /MarketersMEDIA/ — DALLAS, TEXAS (April 2022): Texas Recycling, a local, family-owned recycling plant in South Dallas, is building strong community relationships with residents through events at the Jubilee Park Community Center and other programs community. President and co-owner of Texas Recycling, Joel Litman, explainsRead More →

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) – Earth Day began here in the United States on April 22, 1970. This particular month and day was chosen because it occurred midway between spring break and final exams for most universities. In this way, the greatest number of young college students could join and beRead More →

For the first time, consumer goods companies are joining forces through the Consumer Goods Forum (CGF) to set the agenda for the development of new plastic recycling technologies. The CGF Plastic Waste Action Coalition today released an independent scientific study that demonstrates that chemically recycling hard-to-recycle plastic waste could reduceRead More →

Sponsors of a bill requiring companies to participate in a state recycling program are set to strike a deal to exempt “legitimate” news outlets. Rep. Lisa Cutter, D-Littleton, told Colorado Politics that a pending amendment to House Bill 1355, which was introduced late last week, will exempt most newspapers. TheRead More →

The Global Nuclear Waste Recycling Market The report emphasizes on a detailed understanding of some crucial factors such as size, share, sales, forecasted trends, supply, production, demand, industry, and CAGR to provide a comprehensive perspective of the overall market. Further, the report also highlights challenges impeding market growth and expansionRead More →

Neighbors Empowering Youth donates laptops to students in need at the Flintridge Center. (File photo – John Smith) Neighbors Empowering Youth’s technology community reinvestment programs have given NASA/JPL, Lockheed Martin, Leidos, Parsons, ManTech and aerospace companies a responsible option for disposing of end-of-life and surplus computing equipment. By Chris SulzbachRead More →

Youth from the Comanche Torch Club sort through paper, cardboard and plastics for recycling in Fort Hood, Texas. Twelve students from the club were recognized for their third-place finish in the Greater Fort Hood Recycle Bowl on February 15. (Photo credit: Christine Luciano, Fort Hood DPW Environmental) SEE THE ORIGINALRead More →

Recycling is broken – say researchers and media. But broken might not be the right word. Recycling is mysterious. It takes more than responsible citizens putting plastic in green bins. Many other products – from aluminum soup cans to golf clubs, from lithium-ion batteries to steel aerospace components – areRead More →

Recycling Lives will open a new training academy to develop the skills of its employees, the local community and ex-offenders. The Recycling Lives Terry Jackson Academy, named after one of the company’s founders, will offer on-site classes, distance learning, hands-on demonstrations, and virtual reality to onboard new employees, develop andRead More →

Companies face increasing pressure from consumers and shareholders to ensure that the investments they make are ethical. But how do they define what is ethical? Globally, ethical investing is on the rise. According to the Responsible Investment Association Australasia (RIAA), approximately $1 billion of the $2.24 billion in funds underRead More →

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The University of Birmingham has licensed the rights to its new “supercritical water” technology to engineering firm Stopford. The new process will break down complex mixed plastics, converting them into “value-added materials” for use as feedstock for the plastics industry. Above the critical point of 374.5ºC and 220 bar (217Read More →

Wasaga and Collingwood Optometry offices are part of the provincial Every Contact Counts recycling program PRESS RELEASEEVERY CONTACT COUNTS RECYCLING PROGRAM********************* Eye doctors located in cities across Ontario help the planet and the local community by reducing waste and keeping otherwise non-recyclable disposable contact lenses and their packaging out ofRead More →

With Washington’s academy already recycling paper and plastic, students from the school’s Eco Warriors team decided to extend the initiative to clothing, providing both economic and environmental benefits. Eco Warrior Nine-year-old Esmae Hignett said: “We started out just putting on old uniform items that were sent to children in Ghana,Read More →

news, local news, Tasmania’s recycling sorting centers have reported an alarming increase in the volume of rapid antigen tests, testing instruments and face masks ending up in household recycling bins. Regional waste management groups including Northern Tasmania Waste Management, Southern Tasmanian Waste Management Group and Cradle Coast Waste Services areRead More →

Singapore-based Green Li-ion, a maker of hydrometallurgical systems to recycle lithium-ion batteries, received investment from multiple sources in a recent funding round. The extra cash comes just as the company’s first large-scale system is preparing to go live in the United States, and just as it has signed memorandums ofRead More →

New this year: Kean University has added county-wide drop-off points for household hazardous waste. Union County, NJ – February 3, 2022 – The 2022 Union County Recycling Calendar is now available online at ucnj.org/recycling. The free annual program covers secure paper shredding for personal documents, safe disposal of hazardous chemicalsRead More →

Living in a college dorm brings newfound independence, freedom, and responsibility, and as young adults in the midst of climate catastrophe, many students feel responsible for the environment and creating more sustainable practices. While not solving climate change alone, individual action plays an important role in demonstrating the value ofRead More →

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore has contracted WIN Waste Innovations to staff and operate eight recycling collection centers, with the Department of Public Works remaining on a bi-weekly collection schedule, officials said Monday. Starting Tuesday, the company will staff the centers Tuesday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Drop-offRead More →

From children to adults, everyone contributes in their own way to making the world a better place. This week, SocialStory interacted with 12-year-old Sri Nihal Tammana, who started an NGO, Recycle My Battery. We spoke to Komali Vundavalli, a class 10 student, who used her education to solve the problemRead More →

When Australian visual artist and teacher Shani Nottingham noticed the amount of bread wrappers her family was throwing away, she decided to use them in her work, to raise awareness about the environment and the importance of recycling. She also reached out to her friends and family to send herRead More →

The arrival of 2022 has ushered in a new era of food waste recycling by locals and increased sharing of edible food surpluses by some food-related businesses. California Senate Bill (SB) 1383 seeks to reduce dangerous greenhouse gas emissions known to cause global warming and drastic weather by reducing theRead More →

By Tara CampbellDeputy directorHighland County Community Action Organization, Inc.The Highland County Community Action Organization (HCCAO), together with the Highland County Commissioners and the RPHF Solid Waste District, manages, operates and monitors the county’s waste control and recycling program. HCCAO is in its fourth year of running the program and wantsRead More →

HONOLULU (KHON2) – Make sure to save your bottles and cans this week as Bottles4College is holding a fundraiser to collect these materials in the hopes the money will help pay for student tuition. Bottles4College is a non-profit organization founded by Genshu Price, a 14-year-old who collects recyclable cans andRead More →

Recently released government statistics show a drop in recycling rates in Peterborough. According to government statistics released just before Christmas, recycling rates in Peterborough have fallen 2.4% since 2019, from 43.3% to 40.9%. With less than half of all local residents recycling, Peterborough ranks 238th on the list, below ourRead More →

Submit briefs and event information to pvarine@triblive.com. The recreation department organizes the “12 for 12” park challenge The Murrysville Recreation Department is once again launching its “12 for 12” challenge to residents alongside the Westmoreland Conservancy, encouraging the public to explore 12 miles of parks, reserves and trails, record theirRead More →

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is part of News Advocate’s Best Stories of the Year compilation (in no particular order) revisiting and recapping Manistee County’s biggest news from 2021. MANISTEE – The County and Town of Manistee recently struggled with their recycling programs. With the accumulation of cardboard boxes at a siteRead More →

If the holiday season leaves you drowned in plastic, a municipal company can help. Bourne Toys, based in Victor Way, recycles many plastics normally destined for landfill through several recycling programs, and turns them into cash donations for charity. The family business currently supports Bourne-based Don’t Lose Hope and theRead More →

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To promote sustainable options for post-vacation tree disposal, ecoaine, the Portland-based recycling and waste management company, has released an online tool with solutions and locations for drop-off or collection. trees. The ecoaine recycling and waste management company has put a tool online offering solutions and places to drop or collectRead More →

Aoki (left; corresponding author) and Abe (right; first author) holding plants and commercially available polycarbonate goggles On October 28, the Tokyo Institute of Technology held an online press briefing with Assistant Professor Daisuke Aoki from the Department of Chemical Science and Engineering, School of Chemical Materials and Technology. He discussedRead More →

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) – Residential waste and recycling collection will proceed as usual during the holidays this year, while commercial and green waste services will be delayed. The City of Bakersfield has announced that all residential garbage and recycling pickups will be conducted on their normal schedule Monday through FridayRead More →

Here they are | (Photo: Edexlive) Many start-ups are taking up the waste management cause yet there is a visionary company that started working on plastic recycling in 1969, long before we even thought plastic was a problem. Called The Shakti Plastic Industries in Mumbai, it is this iconic companyRead More →

Villagers gathered to discuss the importance of recycling in light of COP26. The Gusto Group in Collingham organized the recycling road show in collaboration with Collingham Green Vision, Collingham Village Care, Veg Out Lincoln and the residents of Beaufields House Village. The event explored the positive impact that independent businessesRead More →