Ford Aims to Cut Waste-to-Landfill 40 Percent per Vehicle by 2016 through New Five-Year Global Waste Reduction Plan
Sectors - Waste Management
New legislation requiring more eco-friendly plastic products in Pakistan to have broader implications on trade
SITA Finland Buys the World's First Multi-robot ZenRobotics Recycler Process, for X-mas!
Samsung Canada survey reveals that despite 1 in 4 Canadians gifting new electronics, old technology is still not being recycled properly
Governor Cuomo announces a $27 million cleanup operation in the state of New York
A geoengineer goes rogue, dumps 100 tons of iron into the ocean to combat climate change
Whether Canadian Mining Giant Will Be Held Responsible For Environmental Cleanup Under U.S. Law
Advances in Wastewater Treatment Spur Growth of Renewable Energy Market
The ban on plastic bags in retail stores finally gets the boot from the Superior Court
Arguments ensue over the appropriate amount of funding needed to cleanup debris from Japan's tsunami
A new device shows promise for cleaning up some of the ocean's greatest misfortunes
Thanks to the help of some local divers and environmentalists, Sydney's dirty underbelly is cleaning up
This month, leaders will meet at the forum to discuss new opportunities and solutions in the world of plastic
Scientists are amazed by the rate at which radiation in fish from Japan's nuclear reactor meltdown is traveling across the ocean
Recent breakthrough technologies promise the effortless and cheap conversion of plastic to natural oil
As the US moves to get more value out of its waste, one start up draws in millions to start turning waste into energy and soil fertilizer
North Dakota's oil rush is creating a litter problem from its truckers, who lack pit stops to dispose of human waste
carbonLITE's new 220,000 sq-ft plant receives support from California Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. and U.S. EPA Regional Administrator Jared Blumenfeld, among others
Researchers from Penn State come up with a device that not only treats wastewater, but generates electricity
Scientists discuss the potential amount of leftover debris from Japan's 2011 earthquake expected to hit the shores across the Pacific
Apparently, Super Bowl XLVI took on some impressive initiatives to ensure its impact on the environment and community was minimal
Japanese scientists are working on a concept to build carbon-neutral, self-sufficient floating cities
Are biogas digesters a better energy solution than solar or wind for rural villages and farming communities?
After a series of 11 earthquakes in the last year, Ohio suspends fluid disposal sites causing the escalating dangerous seismic activity in the area
Waste from millions will be recycled and turned into energy from one of the world's largest dumps, Mexico City
A new study from Australian researchers finds that cows fed the leftovers from wine-making benefits the environment and milk production
Ten simple steps we all can take to help make this season less wasteful and more plentiful
A giant mound of tires has gotten out of control in rural South Carolina
Apple offers a new free recycling program for iPhones, iPads, Mac laptops, desktops, monitors, and yes... even PCs
The Commission on Wartime Contracting claims that $30 billion in no-bid contracts has been wasted in Iraq and Afghanistan due to bad management and fraud
Waste management's new green waste recycling program will allow curbside pick-up of yard rubbish
The Plasma Gasification Process is one of the newest ways waste management and energy companies are reducing landfill and turning waste-to-energy
French nuclear energy company Areva is pushing the U.S. to consider installing their nuclear waste recycling technology
Scotland will be home to the world's first whiskey-fueled biomass power plant, creating renewable energy with the spirit's byproducts
Professional basketball goes for an environmentally conscious makeover with the "NBA Green" week before playoffs.
The ‘Blest' machine—produced and distributed by Japanese Blest Company—is the brainchild of inventor Akinori Ito, and may resolve not only the world’s diminishing fossil fuels problem, but also reduce plastic waste pollution.
Natural gas is an abundant source of energy that typically involves be drilled out of the ground; however, there has been a rise in the popularity of using biogas—the gas naturally given off by biological organisms—to serve the same function of energy generation to power and heat homes.
Waste-to-energy has been a hot topic in the renewable energy world in recent years, especially with the modern advances in making waste biomass plants clean.
For years researchers and energy tycoons have been searching for a practical means by which to utilize biomass waste to create energy.
Proctor and Gamble may be known for a lot of things, and now environmental consciousness is at the top of their list. The global company recently announced that their Maine facility was the first North American manufacturing plant to achieve zero waste to landfill. The site, located in Auburn, Maine, is now the ninth to achieve zero waste from the company.