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Each week, sustainablog shares a selection of waste management jobs published at sister site Green Job Post.
A new study from United Nations University explores the economic value of human poop, and the wealth potential of making use of it in the developing world.
John Tierney raised a ruckus with a NYT op-ed arguing that the importance of recycling is overstated by well-meaning but underinformed consumers and politicians.
Tired of picking up other people’s dog poop? A Tennessee company has created technology that allows communities to pinpoint offenders.
British startup Winnow has created technology for food waste management, and received $900,000 in seed funding. Plus, recycling plastic at Dell.
Nebraska Hy-Vee stores are composting excess food – couldn’t some of that be diverted to feed the hungry? Plus, free market bottle recycling in Texas.
While Styrofoam recycling isn’t a convenient option in most places, it can be done. Here are some ideas for responsible disposal of expanded polystyrene.
Portland, Oregon brewers competing in the Pure Water Brew challenge will turn treated residential wastewater into delicious, drinkable beer.
It turns out that a professional dumpster diver can make a very nice living out of the refuse s/he finds in commercial and residential trash bins.
Curbside recycling increases the amount of material diverted from landfills, so use these successful tactics to bring this service to your community.
Austin’s Hopper Foods believes that eating crickets and other insects can provide a tasty way to reduce carbon emissions and resource consumption.
As we noted last week, the southern leg of the Keystone XL pipeline started transporting diluted bitumen (or tar sands oil from Canada) to the Gulf Coast on January 22nd. Activists did more than speak out: a new organization, Texas Pipeline Watch, announced its plans to “equip landowners and citizens with cameras to document every spill, leak, […]