Christmas lights and electronics recycling is booming

By Simon JonesThe Christmas lights are getting better and the electronics recycling industry is booming, with a record number of Christmas lights being recycled in 2016.The figures released by the Australian recycling and technology industry show that Christmas lights have been recycled more than double the number of other consumer electronics, including smartphones, tablets and gaming consoles.The Christmas season is […]

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Australia’s cardboard recycling plan is good news for Australians

A new national recycling plan has helped Australia meet its carbon targets, with a new report showing Australia’s total cardboard supply is on track to reach a record 7.7 billion pieces by 2026.The Australian National University’s report on Australia’s recycling plan, published on Tuesday, said the country’s recycling efforts would lead to a net increase in recycling by about 25 […]

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Which of the three Irish manufacturers has the lowest recycling rate?

Newell’s recycling rate for laptops is the lowest in Ireland, with only one other manufacturer recycling less than 20 per cent.It is worth noting that the company does not recycle anything from its laptops, as that is only a matter of “management”.Newell also does not take any laptops back to their original manufacturer, which is the case with many other […]

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Waste recycling schedule for South Asian countries: e waste recycle,simple recycle,auster recycling schedule

India’s waste recycling programme is one of the most ambitious in the world, with more than 70 million tonnes of recyclable materials being recycled annually.But even as the country’s economy is booming, some of the countrys waste collection programmes, which include e-waste recycling, are not as efficient as others.Here are the key points of waste recycling schedules: e- waste recycling […]

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Why I was so excited to see a recycling bin at the centre of my home

Posted September 07, 2018 06:01:47 I was thrilled to see an actual recycling bin on the corner of my street this week.It was not a big deal, I was just so excited about the idea that it was happening at all.Reynolds was kind enough to put me in touch with its recycling team and I had my first look at […]

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What you need to know about recycling, recycling tips, and the latest smartphone recycling

In 2014, the US launched the Global Recycling Coalition, a group of governments and companies committed to reducing waste in their respective countries.The coalition has been working hard to promote recycling and the use of technology to reduce waste.They’ve made significant strides with smart phone recycling in their first few years, and now have a global platform to promote a […]

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New York’s recycling program can save up to 70% of trash, study finds

New York City’s recycling fleet has seen a massive boom in recent years, but it’s not a panacea to the city’s trash problem.A new study, conducted by the city, suggests that a program like the one that’s currently in place could save up or even double the amount of trash that is collected by the City.According to the study, New […]

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How to get your recycling from waste to recycling

You can recycle almost anything: your shoes, your shoeshine, clothes, your clothes, the plastic in your plastic bottle.If you’re using a car or truck, you can recycle a whole bunch of them.You can also get your waste to a recycling center.If it’s not a garbage bag, you could still use your car, but you could also reuse the plastic bag.The […]

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When recycling batteries, there’s no better way than recycling them

Google’s new battery recycling program lets you recycle your old batteries, but it’s not a cheap or easy way to do it.A new study by the British National Cycle Network (BNN) shows that recycling is a lot more complicated than people expect.In the past, most companies have just recycled batteries in a manner that would leave the battery’s charge intact, […]

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Obama announces new recycling program to replace $1 billion in waste

The Obama administration announced Wednesday it would spend $1.6 billion to replace the $1 trillion in waste generated by the nation’s trash haulers, which includes about a third of America’s industrial waste.The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is funding the initiative, which is intended to help communities get rid of hazardous materials.The EPA said the $500 million program will provide assistance […]

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