A contamination-reduction campaign draws an angry response from some residents, and New York City approves a ban on polystyrene foam food-service items (again).
A Canadian city brings in nearly $10 million through sales of recyclables, and a community attempts to educate residents to cut down on its costly contamination problem.
Details emerge on a recycling collection contract negotiation process in Columbus, Ohio, and a study finds millennials would sacrifice social media for seven days to boost recycling.
A Canadian city drives its curbside contamination rates down, and a U.S. city increases recycling tonnages by 20 percent.
Last year closed with record-setting numbers for battery collection and recycling in North America, according to stewardship group Call2Recycle.
A Pennsylvania community bucks the single-stream trend, and fewer Oregon grocery stores redeem beverage containers because more stand-alone centers are opening.