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IBM Turns On Southside Electric Cooperative to Software Recycling

IBM today announced that its expertise in the energy and utilities industry has helped Virginia-based Southside Electric Cooperative reduce costs and improve customer service.

Creating a World Standard for E-Scrap Recycling, Harvesting Components

Standardizing recycling processes globally to harvest valuable components in electrical and electronic scrap (E-scrap), extending the life of products and markets for their reuse, and harmonizing world legislative and policy approaches to e-scrap are prime goals of a new global public-private initiative called Solving the E-Waste Problem (StEP).

Bank of America Announces $20 Billion Environmental Initiative

Bank of America Corporation announced today a $20 billion initiative to support the growth of environmentally sustainable business activity to address global climate change.

Toshiba Expands Recycling Program to Include Free Computer Take-Back

Demonstrating its continuing commitment to preserving the environment for future generations, Toshiba's Digital Products Division, a division of Toshiba America Information Systems, today announced that it has enhanced its recycling initiatives with a free computer take-back program.

Thomasons Acts on the Design of New Biodegradeable Waste Facility

The Manchester office of leading Consulting Civil and Structural Engineers Thomasons is acting for waste treatment company Agrivert on the design and construction of a substantial new facility in Avonmouth to convert biodegradable waste such as food waste and green waste into general compost for re-use.

Using Information Technology to Manage Green and Social Responsibility Initiatives

Lawson Software today announced a new initiative to provide organizations and companies software-based options to help them manage their growing array of environmental and social programs.

Global Climate Change Tip Sheet

Climate change is becoming obvious to the casual observer, said J C Randolph, an environmental science professor at Indiana University and former regional director with the National Institute for Global Environmental Change.

Younger Generation To Take Better Care of Planet

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called on the world's younger generation to take better care of Planet Earth in the face of global warming than his own.

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