United Airlines will start testing a biofuel made from food and farm waste on passenger flights this Summer.
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What does it cost you to dispose of your company’s old electronics irresponsibly? More than you might think… This week’s Waste Biz.
Paul Nadjarian of Mojo Motors explores the challenges presented by electric car batteries, and the opportunities created for battery recycling.
Tired of picking up other people’s dog poop? A Tennessee company has created technology that allows communities to pinpoint offenders.
Electric vehicles create one form of waste: old batteries. Through a unique partnership, the Nissan Leaf battery may find new life as energy storage.
Scientists from China’s Tsinghua University have discovered methods to recover indium from liquid crystal displays for recycling.
Two zoos in North America have announced plans to power themselves partially with the ample animal poop they produce each year.
Stop wasting water! This DIY greywater system not only reduces the amount of fresh water you flush, but also cost only about $40.
Two German companies have developed a process for turning agricultural waste of all types into packaging: this week’s Waste Biz run-down.
Cell phones still don’t get recycled very often. The modular phone concept has some hurdles to overcome, but would immediately reduce cell phone e-waste.
The current California drought may be changing attitudes towards water reuse… even the recycling of sewage wastewater into drinking water.
South Korea not only has some of the world’s strictest laws in order to reduce food waste, but is also testing technology that holds citizens accountable.
British startup Winnow has created technology for food waste management, and received $900,000 in seed funding. Plus, recycling plastic at Dell.