Prince Charles promotes bathroom recycling bins, and a town in Eastern Europe accepts recyclable materials in lieu of utility payments.
More and more people are recycling cardboard, and an industry group is reacting to Connecticut’s plan to reduce waste.
One city may lower its diversion rate goals and abandon its single-stream collection plans, while another gets tough on apartment landlords.
A London initiative will target the collection of single-use coffee cups for recycling, and carpet diversion continues its rise throughout the United Kingdom. Continue Reading
Last month’s decision by U.K. voters to withdraw from the European Union has generated a lot of questions over the potential impact on jobs, the economy and trade within the U.K.
Queensland becomes the latest Australian state to pass a bottle bill, and a textile company that uses recovered materials in fabrics makes moves in Europe.
U.K. residents panic over contamination rates, and where you recycle that bottle differs greatly among countries.
Sweden is considering tax breaks to encourage repair, and a store selling food that’s been discarded by supermarkets has opened in the U.K.
A firm has designed a robot to take apart mattresses for recycling, and a fee on plastic bags seems to be diverting them from curbside bins.