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OfficeMax Enhances Environmental Position With Paper Procurement Policy

OfficeMax today introduced its paper procurement policy, enhancing the company's current environmental policy by setting direct product expectations and business relationship expectations for paper product suppliers.

Purex International Announces New System to Recycle Waste Polystyrene

Enough waste polystyrene to fill 15,000 Olympic sized swimming pools is sent to landfill every year in the UK alone.

Major Recycling Operation for Europe's Waste Policy

Parliament mounted an assault today on Europe's growing waste mountain when it beefed up the new framework directive on waste proposed by the European Commission.

ECO2 Plastics Prepares to Deploy its Eco-Friendly Recycling Process Worldwide

ECO2 Plastics (the "Company" and formerly ITEC Environmental Group), the eco-friendly recycling Company that is changing the way plastics are recycled worldwide, today announced that it has closed its convertible debenture financing round (the "Financing") of $10 million.

HP Recycling Rate Increased 16 Percent in 2006, Expects to Surpass Goal of 1 Billion Pounds in 2007

HP recycled more than 164 million pounds (74 million kilograms) of hardware and HP print cartridges globally in its 2006 fiscal year -- an increase of 16 percent over the previous year and the equivalent weight of more than 600 jumbo jet airliners.

Ingram Micro's New Service Offerings Helps Recycle Unwanted Technology

Ingram Micro Inc, today announced it has expanded the Ingram Micro Outlet, originally introduced in April 2005, and is now offering US solution providers free, environmentally friendly recycling services for qualified cell phones, as well as ink and laser printer and fax cartridges.

'Green Mobile' Service to Raise Environmental Awareness and Generate income for 'Green' Charities

Green Mobile, the first environmentally-friendly mobile phone package, has been launched in the UK to help 'green' charities raise money and heighten awareness of environmental problems associated with the disposal of handsets.

EPA Supports Electronics Recycling

Retailers and electronics manufacturers voluntarily recycled more than 34 million pounds of electronics in 2006 as part of their commitment to the Environmental Protection Agency's Plug-In To eCycling program.

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