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Coca-Cola and National Recycling Coalition Launch Recycle Bin Grant Program

Coca-Cola and the National Recycling Coalition (NRC) today announced a new recycling bin grant program designed to promote and support community recycling in the US.

New Zealand's First National eDay Diverts Nearly 300 Tons of Computer Waste

Kiwis cleared their homes of nearly 300 tonnes of old computer equipment and mobile phones this weekend in New Zealand's first national eDay.

Dell Simplifies Recycling For Small Businesses

Dell is extending its commitment to small businesses with a new online product recovery and recycling service enabling business customers with fewer than 10 pieces of computer equipment to easily manage, return and track unwanted assets.

Europe's Largest Mobile Phone Recycling Facility to Open in UK

In an announcement made today by Excel Fortune Holdings Ltd, it has been confirmed that Europe's largest mobile phone recycling facility will be established in Wales, UK to service and supply what has until now been a fragmented supply chain.

Coca-Cola Sets Goal to Recycle or Reuse 100 Percent of Its Plastic Bottles in the U.S.

Coca-Cola today announced it is investing more than $60 million to build the world's largest plastic-bottle-to-bottle recycling plant and support recycling in the US.

Sharp Develops New Technology for Recycling Waste Plastic Parts

Sharp Corporation announces the development of a technology to separate and recover high-purity polypropylene (PP) from waste plastic components collected from four appliances (TVs, air conditioners, refrigerators and washing machines) subject to the Home Appliance Recycling Law in Japan and recycle it into high-quality plastic.

Dell Expands 'Plant a Tree for Me' Program to Canadian Customers

Dell today announced the Canadian expansion of its "Plant a Tree for Me" climate stewardship program, enabling businesses and consumers nationwide to offset the carbon impact of electricity required to power their computer equipment.

Sony Establishes First Nationwide Electronics Recycling Program With Recycle Amer

To encourage consumers to recycle and dispose of electronic devices in an environmentally sound manner, Sony has established a national recycling program for consumer electronics.

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