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 Development Leads By Example
Work has now started on Shrewsbury's innovatory new Environmental Technology Centre on a site adjacent to the Gateway at Coton Hill.
Major Businesses and Environmental Leaders Unite to Call for Swift Action on Global Climate Change
A diverse group of US-based businesses and leading environmental organizations today called on the federal government to quickly enact strong national legislation to achieve significant reductions of greenhouse gas emissions.
Study Finds Improvements in Environmental Management of Coal Combustion Wastes
A new report prepared by the Environmental Science Division at Argonne National Laboratory has the potential for far-reaching impacts on the electric utility industry.
Environmental Groups Say Their Energy Platform Sets Example for President
The following is a statement by Betsy Loyless of the National Audubon Society:
After a long period of sustained attacks on the environment, the 110th Congress restores balance to conservation policy.
New York City to Use Cleaner Diesel Fuel at Ports
Continuing its work to protect America's waterways, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today announced that it has reached a settlement with the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) requiring it to pay for cleaner diesel fuels for local marine vessels and pay a penalty of $20,000.
Canada's New Government Launches ecoEnergy Technology Initiative
The Honourable Gary Lunn, Minister of Natural Resources, and the Honourable John Baird, Minister of the Environment, today announced the ecoEnergy Technology Initiative - a $230-million investment in the research, development and demonstration of clean-energy technologies.
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