The program allows people to recycle any brand of oral care products and raise money for a school, charity or nonprofit of the sender’s choice.
The city is considering replacing a garbage collection fee with a volume-based rate to give residents a financial incentive to recycle.
Disposing of hazardous items like gunpowder risk the safety of haulers and those who sort waste.
Baldor Specialty Foods is working to show restaurants value in “imperfect” produce to reduce waste and keep farmers in business.
Halloween is the perfect time to use your imagination when it comes to creating costumes and recycling.
LA city officials note this facility certification plan is the cornerstone of the entire RecycLA program.
The Better At The Bin initiative aims to encourage and inspire everyone to be better recyclers and smarter consumers.