April

Study looks at consumer TV behavior

Study looks at consumer TV behavior

By Jake Thomas

Group looks to standardize battery recycling

Group looks to standardize battery recycling

By Jake Thomas

CTIA launches mobile recycling resource

CTIA launches mobile recycling resource

By Jake Thomas

School in session for e-waste students

School in session for e-waste students

By Henry Leineweber

NewsBits

NewsBits

The Giampaolo Group of Companies – a major shareholder in GEEP Holdings – has announced it has acquired the balance of shares and consolidated own

NURRC suspends operations

NURRC suspends operations

By Editorial Staff

EPA budget slashed

EPA budget slashed

Jerry Powell

Water bottle recycling inches upward

Water bottle recycling inches upward

Jake Thomas

EPA budget slashed

EPA budget slashed

By Editorial Staff

Going to the curb with the 2011 Resource Recycling Conference

Going to the curb with the 2011 Resource Recycling Conference

Tetra Pak releases new sustainability goals

Tetra Pak releases new sustainability goals

Henry Leineweber

Wisconsin Governor backs down on recycling cuts

Wisconsin Governor backs down on recycling cuts

By Jake Thomas

Starbucks continues quest to recycle cups

Starbucks continues quest to recycle cups

By Jake Thomas

RecycleMania results in

RecycleMania results in

By Jake Thomas

Survey: most green marketing misses the mainstream

Survey: most green marketing misses the mainstream

By Jake Thomas

NewsBits

NewsBits

Solo Cup Company, the maker of red plastic cups often seen at festive gatherings, has partnered with TerraCycle to create the Solo Cup Brigade.

AF&PA: paper news roundup

AF&PA: paper news roundup

By Editorial Staff

Preserve awards "Local Heroes"

Preserve awards "Local Heroes"

By Jake Thomas

NewsBits

NewsBits

Silgan Holdings buys Graham Packaging

Silgan Holdings buys Graham Packaging

Consumer good packaging giant Silgan Holdings, Inc. has announced it will purchase Graham Packaging Co.

Plastic markets snapshot

Plastic markets snapshot

After seeing resin prices move higher in 2010 by about one-fifth, plastics buyers and sellers report that resin pricing heated up at the start

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NewsBits

Coca-Cola has rolled out a line of recyclab

Key recycling groups enter into discussions

Key recycling groups enter into discussions

Leaders of the National Recycling Coalition (NRC) and the Recycling Organizations of North America (RONA) report the two gr

Lightning strikes twice at the 2011 Resource Recycling Conference

Lightning strikes twice at the 2011 Resource Recycling Conference

Building off the fascinating sneak peek at last year's Lightning Round, come hear English Bird pr

Georgia yard debris ban rollback rolled back

Georgia yard debris ban rollback rolled back

Environmental groups and the composting industry in Georgia are celebrating after successfully pushing back against a legi

Recycling gets its own stamp

Recycling gets its own stamp

Recycling programs on the rise in China

Recycling programs on the rise in China

San Jose signs new contract to boost recycling

San Jose signs new contract to boost recycling

The wide world of recycling

The wide world of recycling

In Britain, the "bin police" are likely to become a thing of the past, London invests in a waste-to-energy plant and German prose

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