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ViewSonic Makes it Easier To Be Green

ViewSonic Corporation has launched a new campaign focused on its commitment to conducting business in an environmentally responsible manner.


How Many Hangers does it take to Fill a Landfill?

A drop of water is a very small thing, indeed - but collect billions of drops and that drop becomes a flood.


Free Recycling Through the Mail

Free and green - those are the goals of a pilot program launched today by the US Postal Service that allows customers to recycle small electronics and inkjet cartridges by mailing them free of charge.


Kodak and Wal-Mart Launch Nationwide Recycling Program for Picture Kiosk Consumables

Eastman Kodak Company and Wal-Mart Stores, Inc today announced the launch of a national program to recycle used materials from in-store picture kiosks.


Toronto's First Inorganic Market Allows Public to Recycle Their Electronic Waste

Toronto's first Inorganic Market will take place Sunday, February 24th at Nicholson's No Frills, 2187 Bloor Street (@ Runnymede) in Bloor West Village from 10 am to 3 pm.


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.


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.



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