Because it’s easy to be anonymous in high-rise buildings, it’s hard to tell who’s not following the rules when it comes to recycling.
Google announced it would neutralize carbon emissions from delivering consumer hardware by 2020 and include recycled plastic in each of its products by 2022.
Opponents fear the incinerator will contribute to climate change and add to London’s pollution levels.
Airlines around the globe also are looking at how they can reduce the amount of waste generated during flights.
An NYC restaurant is reducing waste by adding compostable options along with Boxed Water Is Better.
A new guide from NACS and CMI offers tips for improving current practices and a checklist to help retailers reduce contamination in their recycling bins.
The initiative launched in 1999 to return formerly contaminated lands to long-term sustainable and productive reuse for nationwide communities.
Through Kimberly-Clark’s RightCycle Program, the zoo is providing a renewable way to dispose of nitrile gloves.
Shanghai is a testing ground for a new trash separation policy that the Chinese government eventually hopes to roll out across the rest of the country.
Great Value Colleges has analyzed nationwide recycling efforts among colleges and universities.