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Efforts to ban foam containers pick up steam

by Andy Uhler May 3, 2019
Maine this week became the first state to ban polystyrene for single-use food and drink containers.
Maine became the first state to ban polystyrene for single-use food and drink containers.
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Poor recycling practices mean more is getting landfilled

by Jed Kim Aug 3, 2018
China used to be a dumping ground for waste, but new policies have closed off the major market.
Workers sort contaminated and recyclable materials at the Puente Hills Materials Recovery Facility. 
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China is drowning in a sea of cardboard — so is the U.S.

by Molly Wood, Stephanie Hughes, Jennifer Pak, and Shaheen Ainpour Feb 26, 2018
Online shopping comes with a lot of packaging, and that packaging is becoming a problem.
Chinese laborers load cardboard onto a truck to be recycled in the Dong Xiao Kou village in Beijing in 2014.
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Large manufacturers are looking to increase profits by reducing waste

by Jana Kasperkevic May 22, 2017
Choosing between profits and sustainability is antiquated, according to a new study about the “circular economy” business model.
An increasing number of countries and economies think circular economy is a good idea.
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Wastewater: our most overlooked water source?

by Andy Uhler Mar 22, 2017
March 22 is World Water Day, and this year’s theme is wastewater. The United Nations is hoping to shed light on the value of all the water we literally flush down the toilet. Other countries use wastewater, but the idea…

There are hidden treasures in our sewage sludge

by Levi Sharpe Apr 8, 2016
Millions of dollars worth of valuable metals end up being flushed down the drain, some coming from our own bodies.
Gold bars.
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One victim of falling oil prices? Recycling

by Raghu Manavalan Sep 4, 2015
It's now cheaper to make new plastic than to recycle the old.

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How the humble glass bottle lost its appeal

by Gigi Douban Apr 22, 2015
Plastic proved more convenient than glass. Now it's easier to recycle, too.

New York chef turns food scraps into fine cuisine

by Ilya Marritz Mar 27, 2015
The menu at Dan Barber's restaurant features dishes made only from food waste.

Food waste provides fertile ground for tech innovators

by Sasa Woodruff Oct 27, 2014
New apps connect retailers and restaurants with food charities and composters.