One publication examines what a “Brexit” could mean for waste diversion efforts in the U.K., and Unifi expands global distributions of its recycled-content fiber.
Houston council members approve a contract continuing curbside recycling but jettisoning glass, and newspapers resist joining British Columbia’s printed paper and packaging stewardship group.
Paper giant Cascades closes a Maine mill consuming recovered fiber, and Winnipeg notches a high recycling rate but receives more missed pick-up complaints.
The Constitution State offers up a plan to cut waste, and a city in Iowa is getting rid of curbside glass collection.
California’s recycling goal is under scrutiny, and a major Canadian city is getting out of the collection business.
A Vermont materials recovery facility shuts down, and Ikea announces efforts to boost its already high recycling rate.
A Michigan facility has another record-setting year for the volume of recyclable materials it sends to market, and Denver gets some bad news about its recycling rate. Continue Reading