Waste Management’s CEO talks about disinvesting in recycling, and an agricultural plastics recycling program is expanding.
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is about more than just the latest TVs, smartphones and gadgets. This year’s event also showcased technologies in robotics, health care and plastics recycling.
A major U.K. plastics-to-fuel company is one of 10 companies participating in Unreasonable Impact, a two-week accelerator program designed to connect entrepreneurs and investors to address key global environmental and social issues.
NASA plans to experiment with interstellar plastics recycling, and a town in British Columbia says a fee on bags is successfully deterring residents from using the products.
California-based Verdeco Recycling is preparing to open an operation in central Indiana that could annually produce up to 60 million pounds of rPET for food grade applications.