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  1. Study Reveals Electronic Waste In New York Waste Stream Is Now Down 60 Percent

    New York City's total improperly disposed electronic waste has decreased by nearly 60 percent from 2005 to 2017, thanks in large part to electronics recycling programs in the City designed to best serve the diverse needs of the more than 8 million residents

  2. Cintas Adds To Zero Waste Achievements With TRUE Certification At Dallas Distribution Center

    Cintas Corporation recently announced that its distribution center in Dallas has received Gold under the TRUE (Total Resource Use and Efficiency) Zero Waste certification system administered by Green Business Certification Inc. (GBCI)

  3. SCS Engineers Provides Landfill Gas Management Support Services For Municipality Of Anchorage

    SCS Engineers and SCS Field Services have been awarded a contract by the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA) Solid Waste Services Department

  4. Cook Group And RecycleForce Partner For Record Breaking Community Electronic Disposal Day

    On Saturday, April 28, Cook Group partnered with RecycleForce to host a community electronic disposal day that gave Bloomington area residents and small businesses an opportunity to recycle their unused electronic appliances, devices and televisions

  5. Total And Polystyvert Join Forces On The Recycling Of Household Post-Consumer Polystyrene

    The Polymers Business unit of Total S.A. (NYSE: TOT) and Polystyvert, a Montreal-based clean technology startup with an innovative method for polystyrene recycling, today announced the signing of an agreement to work together on the dissolution and purification of household post-consumer polystyrene

  6. UNDP Promotes Environmentally Friendly Healthcare Waste Management

    The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has supported three health facilities with non-incineration waste management technologies (autoclaves) and other equipment to improve healthcare waste management and reduce the release of toxic substances into the environment

  7. Cintas Corporation Tackles Food Waste In Support Of Green Umbrella Campaign

    Approximately 40 percent of all food produced in the U.S. annually is wasted and ends up in landfills. With Stop Food Waste Day approaching on April 27, Cintas Corporation has announced its support for Green Umbrella’s food waste reduction campaign

  8. TCL Partners With Universal Recycling Technologies To Sponsor Free TV Take-Back Program

    Universal Recycling Technologies (URT), an e-Stewards certified electronic and universal waste recycler, announced recently that it has partnered with TCL, one of the world’s best-selling and America’s fastest-growing television brand, to expand the popular TV manufacturer’s sustainability program into the State of New Hampshire

  9. Phobio’s Device Trade-In Program Prevents Millions Of Pounds Of E-Waste From Reaching Landfills

    Phobio, a leading provider of software and services that empower the retail industry, recently announced that the company prevented a total of 577.9 tons of waste from entering landfills in 2017 with their device trade-in program, SafeTrade

  10. Phononic Survey Shows Consumers’ Food Waste And Freshness Concerns An Issue For Grocery And Meal Delivery Services

    Phononic, the global leader in solid state cooling that is breaking the boundaries of semiconductor innovation, recently announced the findings of a survey of 2,000+ adults across the United States that revealed consumers’ attitudes toward food waste, food and meal delivery services and portable refrigeration