Go Green This St. Patrick's Day and Recycle With HopeLine
While Chicago is dyeing its river emerald and New York City is lining Fifth Avenue with shamrocks, wireless customers across the nation can also "go green" this St Patrick's Day -- and every day -- by donating their no-longer-used wireless phones and accessories to the Verizon Wireless HopeLine program.
Fujitsu Globally Expands Its Recycling Service for IT Products
The Fujitsu Group today announced the expansion of its end-of-life IT products-recycling service.
Meet the Future of Recycling
Beginning March 19, 2007, Philadelphians will meet the future of recycling as the Philadelphia
Streets Department's Recycling Office launches a new public service
campaign to encourage increased participation in the City's residential
curbside recycling program.
IBM Turns On Southside Electric Cooperative to Software Recycling
IBM today announced that its expertise in the energy and utilities industry has helped Virginia-based Southside Electric Cooperative reduce costs and improve customer service.
Creating a World Standard for E-Scrap Recycling, Harvesting Components
Standardizing recycling processes globally to harvest valuable components in electrical and electronic scrap (E-scrap), extending the life of products and markets for their reuse, and harmonizing world legislative and policy approaches to e-scrap are prime goals of a new global public-private initiative called Solving the E-Waste Problem (StEP).
Thomasons Acts on the Design of New Biodegradeable Waste Facility
The Manchester office of leading Consulting Civil and Structural Engineers Thomasons is acting for waste treatment company Agrivert on the design and construction of a substantial new facility in Avonmouth to convert biodegradable waste such as food waste and green waste into general compost for re-use.
UK Retailers Sign Up to Cut the Environmental Impact of Carrier Bags
UK retailers have agreed to reduce the overall environmental impact of their carrier bags by 25% by the end of 2008.
Rogers Wireless First to Offer Its Customers an Easy Way to Recycle Their Wireless Devices
The Canadian Association of Food Banks (CAFB) in partnership with national sponsor Rogers Wireless, announce for the first time in Canada, that select Rogers Wireless devices will now be sold with postage-paid recycling envelopes in each box.
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