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A growing number of people think recycling — rather than “throwing away” — is a sound idea that leads us to more sustainable practices. To support this, more municipal governments and waste management companies make the recycling process easier by offering”single-source” collection services. This makes it far easier for recyclers to collect and deposit recyclable materials. This […]
A detailed overview of the current challenges faced by the recycling industry, plus good news for green-minded New Orleans residents.
Is fake wool made from slaughterhouse wastes like bones and ligaments too creepy for most people? Or would they get past it?
Recycling glass has gotten so expensive that haulers have to pay recyclers to take the material. Is single-stream recycling to blame? This week’s Waste Biz.
Waste Management’s CEO wants to shake up the recycling business to make it more profitable, rocket reuse, and food waste to liquid fertilizer.
Christmas is just about upon us, so we’re starting to slow down here at sustainablog: expect posts a little less regularly from now until New Year’s Day. But before I start getting my break on, I thought I’d share this great infographic from our friends at Waste Management about what can go in the blue […]
TerraCycle Canada has devised a recycling plan for single serve coffee pods that relies on consumers’ willingness to pay the costs involved.
Polystyrene foam isn’t accepted by most recyclers – so, is Styrofoam recyclable? Yes, and the Waste to Waves program turns it into sweet surfboards.
Not sure if an item or materials should go in the recycling bin? Join our Twitter chat with Waste Management to learn more about recycling & recyclables.
The city of Alaminos is pioneering zero waste in the Philippines with an energetic fusion of bottom-up planning and community participation. The outcome has been stunning: whereas in 2009 almost every city dumping field had a pile burning, there were almost none two years later. With sky-high waste separation and composting rates, Alaminos has become a trend-setter for other Filipino cities.