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The Environmental Research & Education Foundation (EREF), Raleigh, North Carolina, has announced pre-proposals for research grants may be submitted online now through June 1, 2017. Pre-proposals are required prior to submitting a full proposal and must be completed online. Mailed hard copies... Read More...
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TRI Pointe Homes’ Northern California Division has announced the launch of its “Think Outside the Box” program, a community reuse and recycling effort to help new homeowners recycle moving boxes during their move.The launch of the new program will be rolled out across all 12 of TRI Pointe Northern... Read More...
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Carpet America Recovery Effort (CARE), a Dalton, Georgia-based nonprofit organization charged with advancing market-based solutions for carpet recycling and landfill diversion, has named its Person of the Year and Recycler of the Year for 2016. The two honors were awarded during the organization's... Read More...
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International Council of Forest and Paper Associations (ICFPA) has announced Jane Molony as its new president. Molony, executive director of the Paper Manufacturers Association of South Africa (PAMSA), will serve in this capacity for the next two years.   Molony says, “Across the world, wood, paper... Read More...
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Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corp. (Resource Recovery), Johnston, Rhode Island, announced shredded paper will no longer be accepted in Rhode Island’s mixed recycling program. While shredded paper is being discontinued curbside, Resource Recovery will continue to accept shredded paper, secured in... Read More...
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Charlotte, North Carolina-based Toter, a leading manufacturer of carts and containers for the collection of waste and recycling and brand of Wastequip, has introduced the Extreme Tote, described by the company as a a tougher, more durable recycling bin for haulers, at WasteExpo, May 8 at the Ernest... Read More...
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The Alabama Coastal Foundation (ACF), Mobile, Alabama, and Republic Services Inc., Phoenix, have announced a partnership in support of the Alabama Oyster Shell Recycling Program, the first-of-its-kind in the local area. Funded through a grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, the... Read More...
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This summer, Coors Brewing says it is continuing its rich tradition in sustainability by introducing EveryOneCan, a summer-long program that underscores the commitment we all can make to sustainability. Since pioneering the recyclable aluminum can, Coors Brewing, with corporate headquarters in... Read More...
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White Birch Paper Co., a Connecticut-based company that owns the Bear Island recycled newsprint mill in northern Hanover County, has announced it plans to idle the paper-making plant indefinitely, according to a report in the Richmond Times-Dispatch. The company says it will supply customers, which... Read More...
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1) MISDIRECTIONI have been professionally focused on hard drive sanitization for 11 years. Throughout that time, the most common theme I have observed, especially in the electronics reuse community, has been that organizations’ priorities related to data destruction decisions are almost always... Read More...
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Bureau of International Recycling (BIR) executive committee has announced the appointment of Arnaud Brunet as BIR director general effective June 1.Prior to joining BIR, Brunet lead the Sony Europe Brussels office, managing the company’s relationship with several European institutions: Commission,... Read More...
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Bureau of International Recycling (BIR), has announced that the first Global Recycling Day will take place March 18, 2018. The day also marks the 70th anniversary of the creation of BIR.“I am delighted to be announcing this very important date,” says Baxi, who also serves as founder and chairman of... Read More...
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The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Corporate Citizenship Center, in partnership with The Sustainability Consortium (TSC) and the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA), have launched the Circular Economy Toolbox, an online platform to help companies incorporate more sustainable business... Read More...
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Aqua Metals Inc., Alameda, California, has been named a winner of the Platts Global Metals Awards, presented by S&P Global Platts, for the Breakthrough Solution of the Year. This is the second year in a row that Aqua Metals has been recognized for its innovation and leadership in the metals... Read More...
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The Missouri General Assembly approved legislation May 19, 2017, that is designed to protect workers in the waste and recycling industry on the state’s roadways, making it the 16th state to pass such legislation, commonly referred to as Slow Down to Get Around (SDTGA). The Missouri Chapter of the... Read More...
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Photo: Dreamstime The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI), Washington, has announced a partnership with the Regional Information Sharing Systems (RISS) to make ScrapTheftAlert.com available through the RISS network. The agreement provides access to the alert system to the more than 117,... Read More...
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U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt has announced the creation of a Superfund task force. The task force will provide recommendations within 30 days on how the EPA can streamline and improve the Superfund program, including restructuring and expediting the cleanup... Read More...
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SC Johnson, headquartered in Racine, Wisconsin, announced that has reached a milestone in its quest to make Ziploc brand bags recyclable from curbside bins, avoiding millions of pounds of plastic from ending up in landfills. The company says it is converting flexible film that includes grocery... Read More...
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The Ellen MacArthur Foundation and The Prince of Wales’s International Sustainability Unit announced the $2 million “New Plastics Economy Innovation Prize,” funded by U.S. Philanthropist Wendy Schmidt. Recognizing that plastics demand is expected to double in the next 20 years, this initiative aims... Read More...
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Plastics Industry Association (Plastics), Washington, has launched a Sustainability Advisory Board that will include members who represent the association’s key councils and committees. The goal of the Sustainability Advisory Board, the association says, is to enlist a diverse group of plastics... Read More...

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