Resource Recycling keeps you on top of critical industry trends and brings unparalleled analysis of the evolving materials stream, market turbulence, policy trends and more.
A small-scale materials recovery facility in Arizona demonstrates the ability to engineer a line from both new and existing equipment.
While kids and teachers across the country are getting ready to go back to school, nonprofit organization Keep America Beautiful is launching its sixth-annual Recycle-Bowl.
A $10.4 million investment in facility improvements, sortation equipment and curbside carts has allowed Davenport, Iowa area residents to switch to single-stream collection.
The National Waste & Recycling Association (NW&RA) and the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA) are providing recommendations to materials recovery facilities and municipalities to help them accurately track changing recycling streams and fluctuating market prices.
In an attempt to steer coffee cups away from landfills, Starbucks stores in the U.K. are testing a cup that bills itself as easily recyclable.
A grant from The Recycling Partnership is helping Athens, Ohio improve its curbside recycling program by switching from source-separated to commingled collection.
More than a billion people across the globe were expected to take part in environmental activities last Friday. As usual, materials recovery was a key component in many of the initiatives.