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  1. ‘Radnor Recycles’ Event Collects More Than 53,000 Pounds Of E-Waste

    ERI, the largest fully integrated IT and electronics asset disposition provider and cybersecurity-focused hardware destruction company in the United States, announced recently that more than 53,740 pounds of electronic waste were gathered at a recent ‘Radnor Recycles” e-waste collection event staged by the Radnor Township and E-Force Compliance

  2. Conagra Brands Recognizes Seven Facilities Achieving 95 Percent Waste Diversion As Zero Waste Champions

    As the nation comes together to encourage and enable recycling for America Recycles Day, Conagra Brands (NYSE: CAG) is recognizing seven facilities that have diverted more than 95 percent of materials that would have otherwise been sent to landfills

  3. PAC Worldwide Rolls Out Solution To Holiday Packaging Waste

    With between $128 billion and $134 billion in holiday e-commerce transactions forecasted this season,* trash bins will be overflowing with discarded packaging -- much of it non-recyclable

  4. 4ocean Unveils One-Of-A-Kind 135-Foot Ocean Plastic Recovery Vessel

    4ocean (, an ocean cleanup company headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida, will unveil their new Ocean Plastic Recovery Vessel, a 135-foot vessel outfitted with 48,000 gallon fuel tanks, 30,000 gallon water tanks and 14 cabins

  5. The Zero-Waste ‘To-Go’ Revolution

    The crusade against plastic, single-use straws has made major headlines lately – with good reason. But, why stop at plastic straws? Seemingly harmless paper coffee cups could be recycled in theory, but there’s a major problem: the plastic lining inside each cup that prevents coffee from leaking out also prevents the cup from being recycled

  6. Innovative Dubai Company Paves The Way For Electronic Waste Recycling In The Middle East, Africa & Caucasus

    Electronic waste continues to be a major concern around the globe, but one pioneering company headquartered in Dubai is leading the way

  7. Brightmark Energy Announces Major Investment In Nation’s First Commercial-Scale Plastics-To-Fuel Plant

    Brightmark Energy, a San Francisco-based renewable energy development company, has acquired a majority interest and invested $10M in a groundbreaking plastics-to-fuel technology company, RES Polyflow, while committing to an additional $47M investment in the first commercial-scale plant to utilize this technology, which will be located in Indiana

  8. Agilyx And AmSty Announce Joint Venture

    Agilyx, the leader in converting waste plastics to low carbon fuels and chemicals, today announced it has signed a Letter of Intent with AmSty, a leading integrated producer of polystyrene and styrene monomer

  9. Badgerland Disposal Expands In Southern Wisconsin, Securing Exclusive Contract To Deliver Waste, Recycling Services For Town Of Oakland Effective, Jan. 1, 2019

    Badgerland Disposal, Wisconsin’s leading independent recycling and waste diversion provider, today announced it has expanded in southern Wisconsin, securing an exclusive five-year residential waste services contract with the Town of Oakland, effective Jan. 1, 2019

  10. SC Johnson Accelerates Progress Boosting Plastic Recycling And Reuse

    Today, SC Johnson is announcing a series of commitments to further reduce its own plastic footprint, by boosting recycled plastic content in its packaging, supporting reuse of plastic bottles through concentrated refills, and launching an effort to make Ziploc® bags recyclable at curbside