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Plans Put In Place To Help Recycle Food Waste

District councils across the county work with the county council as part of the Oxfordshire Waste Partnership.


Government Chooses UK Technology Solution for Environmental Drinking Water

Major government buildings are being equipped with a system that filters tap water to produce the best quality drinking water possible with the minimal environmental impact.


Sainsbury's Cuts Plastic from Packaging in Environmental Revolution

An environmental revolution in packaging was signaled today by Sainsbury's, in the biggest ever initiative to eliminate plastics from Britain's High Streets.


EPA Improves Standards for Recycling of Cathode Ray Tubes

EPA is streamlining the federal hazardous waste management requirements for cathode ray tubes and CRT glass destined for recycling.


GreenShift Corporation Recognized for Innovation in the Field of Electronic Waste Recycling

Frost & Sullivan has recognized GreenShift Corporation with the 2006 Product Innovation Award in the field of electronic waste recycling.


'The BIG Recycle' 2006: Why Buying Recycled Products is key to Recycling

During 'The BIG recycle' week, if every household in the UK purchased a 4-pack of Nouvelle toilet tissue, the waste paper used to make the product would replace the equivalent of 170,000 trees worth of virgin pulp.


Apple Launches Free Computer Take-Back Program

Apple today announced the launch of its free computer take-back program, offering US customers environmentally friendly recycling of their old computer when they buy a new Mac.


Earthcycle Packaging Gains BPI Approval

The Biodegradable Products Institute (BPI) announced today its approval of Earthcycle Packaging's products.



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