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Microwave Recycling: How to Dispose of Your Microwave Oven?

E-waste is currently the fastest growing type of municipal waste in America. But how to get rid of a microwave? Is there an alternative...
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How to Recycle VHS Tapes and Cassette Tapes: A Complete Guide

Almost all of us have old VHS and cassette tapes lurking in our attics and basements. Here's how you can get rid of them.
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Honeywell Introduces New Plastic Recycling Technology

Honeywell solves one of the biggest plastic recycling issues with its newly invented technology. This can ensure 90% of plastic enters the circular economy....
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Oatly Takes a Stand Against Fast Fashion With Upcycled Merch

An oat milk manufacturer, Oatly, came out with a line of upcycled vintage clothes, such as denim jackets and T-shirts to protest against fast...
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Adidas Designed 100% Recycled Jacket From Ocean Plastic

The new jacket from Adidas has a high-performing insulation shell that is made of 100% recycled fibers from ocean plastic. Sea turtles like this....
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New Diaper Solution Could Make Big Environmental Difference

A new service for cloth diaper collection and cleaning could make a huge impact on household waste. This “reuse” solution is greener than disposable...
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Apple Shareholders Will Vote On Right To Repair Resolution

A new shareholder resolution could bring significant environmental change at Apple through new right-to-repair policies.
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British Airways Operates a Flight on Recycled Cooking Oil

British Airways achieves a carbon-neutral passenger flight between London and Glasgow with the help of recycled cooking oil.
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Is Aluminum Foil Recyclable? The Answer Is Not That Simple

Is aluminum foil recyclable? Yes and no! You can recycle “clean” aluminum foil but things get tricky if there is food residue on it....
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Microsoft Becomes The First Tech Giant to Embrace Right-to-Repair

Microsoft launches research on how to make its devices more repairable and reduce the electronic waste stream.
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