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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.

Ditto Hangers Announces the World's First 100% Recyclable Clip Hanger

Ditto Hangers is proud to introduce their new, intelligently designed, 100% recyclable Ditto CLIP Hangers.

eCycling. Or How to Dispose of Your Old, Unwanted Electronics

Now that your family has opened the new computers, I-phones, DVD players and televisions, what are you going to do with the old stuff?

Donating used (but still operating) electronics for reuse extends the lives of valuable products and keeps them out of the waste stream for a longer period of time.

New Jersey Town Doubles Recycling Rates in One Week with the RecycleBank Program

RecycleBank, a rewards program that motivates people to recycle, announced today that Cherry Hill, NJ has become the 27th municipality in the US to deploy the RecycleBank program.

New Generation of Clothing Hangers to Cut Invisible Waste Stream

Billions of hangers are thrown away by retail clothing, dry-cleaning, and hospitality locations every year, yet this large waste stream goes largely unnoticed.

245 Million Chances to Recycle on America Recycles Day

245 million tons - that's the amount of garbage Americans consign to landfills every year.

Great Potential to Improve Collection, Recycling of Europe's Electronic Waste, Says UN Report

Only about 25% of Europe's medium sized household appliances and 40% of larger appliances are collected for salvage and recycling, leaving "substantial room for improvement," according to a study for the European Commission by a United Nations University-led consortium.

What Did You Recycle Today?

Don't throw those empty water bottles into the trash - recycle them.

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