By 1-800-RECYCLING March 7, 2014
Missouri's third-largest city relies on a network of recycling centers, paired with its curbside recycling program, to divert waste.
By Si Robins March 6, 2014
The Bryce Jordan Center has cut back on waste by combining a game-day recycling program and an excellent in-house composting program.
By Sophia Bennett March 5, 2014
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 1-800-RECYCLING March 4, 2014
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.
By Maggie Wehri March 3, 2014
The Seattle-based campus recycled nearly half-a-million pounds during the eight-week competition in 2013.
By 1-800-RECYCLING February 28, 2014
Washington capital Olympia offers plenty of recycling choices for the locals.
By Si Robins February 27, 2014
Recycling and composting are priorities at the Coors Events Center — so much so that "landfill" items don't even enter the facility.
By Sophia Bennett February 27, 2014
Most plastic bottles are recyclable, yet recycling rates remain shockingly low.
By 1-800-RECYCLING February 26, 2014
ARCA has developed equipment, processes and systems to lessen the negative impact of appliance disposal on the environment.
By April Stearns February 25, 2014
Indiana State is taking a whole-campus approach to this year's RecycleMania competition.
By Sophia Bennett February 24, 2014
Only 28% of the glass Americans buy is recycled, despite the material's infinitely recyclability. Wine bottles, in particular, are full of reuse possibilities.
By 1-800-RECYCLING February 21, 2014
Baton Rouge uses citywide resources to make sure its residents recycle as much as possible.