Learn more about recycling
07 March 2014
Missouri's third-largest city relies on a network of recycling centers, paired with its curbside recycling program, to divert waste.
Styrofoam is hard to recycle because it takes up so much space relative to its weight, so shipping it to a recycler does not provide much return on investment.
By utilizing a number of green initiatives, the U.K.-based blinds company has been able to make drastic reductions in its waste levels and its energy usage.
The Seattle-based campus recycled nearly half-a-million pounds during the eight-week competition in 2013.
Washington capital Olympia offers plenty of recycling choices for the locals.
Recycling and composting are priorities at the Coors Events Center — so much so that "landfill" items don't even enter the facility.
Most plastic bottles are recyclable, yet recycling rates remain shockingly low.
Green Leaders Share Their Journeys
Dr. Neil Drobny is guiding young college students to think outside the typical sustainability box when examining options for their future careers.
Seth Leitman's professional life has seen him focus on green transit, indoor air quality programs, green-building tax credits and a now series of green-minded books.
Ben & Jerry's Global Director of Social Mission Rob Michalak met the Jerry half of the famous duo when hitchhiking in Vermont in the '70s, and penned the then-regional company's original social mission statement in the late '80s.
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