EPA Awards $60,000 to City of Chicago for Recycling Projects
US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region 5 has awarded two grants totaling $60,000 to the city of Chicago for recycling projects.
Purchase An Apple Computer, Recycle Your Old Computer
Apple's commitment to being a responsible environmental citizen includes working to ensure that electronic equipment is properly disposed of at the end of its useful life.
2007 Electronics Recycling Report Discusses Current Regulations in 26 Countries
The 2007 edition
of Electronics Recycling: A Guide to International Regulations is now
available through environmental publisher Raymond Communications.
RecycleBank Uses Leading-Edge Technology to Make Recycling Easy
RecycleBank, a rewards program that motivates people to recycle, is using innovative, breakthrough technology solutions to make recycling easy for consumers, fast for waste haulers and fiscally responsible for municipalities.
23% of Americans Do Not Recycle in Their Own Home
While an impressive three-quarters (77%) of American adults recycle something in their own home, one-quarter (23%) still recycle nothing at all.
IKEA is 300th Partner to Join RecycleBank Recycling Rewards Program
RecycleBank, a rewards program that motivates people to recycle, announced today that IKEA is the 300th partner in its mission to encourage communities and households to recycle.
U.S. Aluminum Can Recycling Steady in 2006
The Aluminum Association, Can Manufacturers Institute (CMI), and Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) today announced statistics indicating that Americans and the aluminum industry recycled 51,9 billion aluminum cans in 2006, half a billion more than in 2005.
Plastic Bag Recycling Program Kicks Off Statewide in California
Beginning July 1, grocers and chain drug stores statewide will provide opportunities for consumers to easily and conveniently return clean plastic carryout bags to the stores providing them.
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