H&M and Global Green USA Celebrate the Launch of the H&M Garment Recycling Program
Sectors - Recycling
A new public device recycles certain electronic items on the spot, leaving you with a clean conscious and some extra cash
A new study finds that plastic waste in landfills could potentially power millions of homes and cars.
Steve Jobs resigns his position as CEO of Apple to Tim Cook, but can Cook keep Apple as green as Jobs has?
Greenstar Recycling is partnering with Akron, Ohio for a high-tech single stream recycling facility that will convert plastic to crude oil!
LG is the first company in the world to use third party certification to verify how its electronics waste is recycled, becoming an "E-Stewards Enterprise"
As of July 1, 2011, it will be illegal to throw electronics in the garbage in South Carolina, a major statewide effort to increase recycling
The Virginia Department of Transportation (USA) is redeveloping an entire stretch of highway using recycling techniques. Interstate 81 in Augusta County, Virginia will use three different road recycling procedures in combination to upgrade the road.
Italy’s first week without plastic bags ended this week – did they survive? As the first European country to set up a ban of one of the area’s most consumed product, shops are now required to offer only bags...
GaiaRecycle™, LLC a leader in supplying organic waste recycling system globally, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for launching a pilot project with Wake Forest University. The comprehensive project will evaluate the functionality of GaiaRecycle, in addition to...
Converted Organics Inc has signed a letter of intent (LOI) with Spirit Services Inc (SSI) for the development of an energy and industrial wastewater (IWW) treatment facility. The facility will use the Converted Organics exclusively-licensed IWW evaporation technology.
The City of Atlanta, GA, is partnering with RecycleBank, Rehrig Pacific Company and Coca-Cola Recycling for a pilot program designed to increase recovery rates.
Recycling plants in the US are beginning to handle lithium ion, nickel metal hydride and other new wave batteries used in hybrid and electric vehicles.
EcoEnergy Scandinavia and the Ukrainian government signed a 20 billion Euro agreement on constructing and operating waste incineration plants across the country, the company announced this past week.