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HP Innovates "Closed Loop" Inkjet Cartridge Recycling Program

In an industry first, HP today announced it has developed an engineering breakthrough that enables the use of post-consumer recycled plastics in the production of new Original HP inkjet print cartridges.


EPA Rule Covers CRT Recycling In and Out of the U.S.

Recycled televisions and computer monitors, known as CRTs, often end up in another country as unusable and broken.


Intel Leads Nation as New No. 1 Purchaser of Green Power

In response to EPA's nationwide challenge issued in December 2006, 53 Fortune 500 companies led by Intel Corporation are now collectively purchasing more than six billion kilowatt-hours (kWh) of green power annually.


Survey Shows U.S. Teens Confident in Their Inventiveness

American teens are confident they can invent solutions to some of the world's pressing challenges, such as protecting and restoring the natural environment, but more than half feel unprepared for careers in technology and engineering, the Lemelson-MIT Invention Index has found this year.


Cell Phone Recycling is an Easy Call

The nation's leading cell phone makers, service providers, and retailers have teamed up with the US Environmental Protection Agency to answer America's call for easy cell phone recycling.


Top Electronic Brands Form New Recycling Company

Three leading electronics brands have established a new electronic product recycling management company, Electronic Manufacturers Recycling Management Company, LLC (MRM), to manage collection and recycling programs in the United States.


HP to Reduce PC Energy Usage by 25 Percent, Leads Industry in EPEAT-Gold Products

Today at the 2008 Consumer Electronics Show, HP committed to reduce the energy consumption of its volume desktop and notebook PC families by 25 percent by 2010.


Green Money-Saving Website: No Excuses

From today, all homes and businesses can benefit from free energy audits, thanks to OneWorldEnergy, in a bid to change consumers' approach to being green.



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