Going fluorescent is a no-brainer, much like using lamp crushers to recycle and safely dispose of the small amount of mercury in each bulb.
- By Aaron Griffith
- Feb 17, 2010
The Convention Industry Council is working with ASTM to produce best practices for creating green meetings and has invited interested parties to contribute.
The Web site helps participants in seven states find alternatives to the disposal of valuable materials.
Cascade Sierra Solutions says 59 truck owners have turned in pre-1994 trucks for a $5,000 scrap credit and about 85 percent of the trucks are being replaced.
A new Web site provides a platform for companies to list unwanted chemicals and to negotiate their exchange.
This worldwide market for electronic waste recovery growth represents money generated through reclamation of valuable materials from e-scrap.
The Water Environment Federation and the National Onsite Wastewater Recycling Association will leverage resources to support integrated water resource management.
Utah-based business recognized by Dunn Recycling for a 52 percent recycling rate.
Green Works and Jane Goodall's Roots & Shoots program will recognized great ideas and hard work to those individuals, organizations and schools that are making their communities a greener place to live.
Plastics Color Corporation has launched a line of concentrates for the plastics manufacturing industry made from post-consumer and industrial recycled material.
Governor proclaims Champions of the Environment Day for those who work in the solid waste industry.
The agency has scheduled meetings on Jan. 28, Feb. 23, and Feb. 25 to gain input on the draft methodology.
The Responsible Recycling program requires participating companies to implement an EHS management system that tracks materials and minimizes emissions and worker exposure during electronics recycling operations.
A new student center being built on the campus is using recycled industrial glass powder in place of 20 percent of Portland cement in its concrete blocks.
UL Environment says 90 percent of the materials and parts used to make the monitor can be reused or recycled at the end of its useful life.