Learn how to recycle everything, from aluminum and newspapers to less obvious household items.
Mayor Bill de Blasio outlines a lofty — but not entirely impossible — plan to reduce waste by 90 percent over the next 15 years.
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How Yellowstone National Park and a Montana university solved a longstanding problem.
Portland International Airport's ugly-but-beloved carpeting will enjoy one last and very public hurrah.
Don't feel guilty about your coffee pods. Do something cute with them instead.
Why toss them in the recycling bin when there are lots of fun, crafty things to make with them?
British artist Ptolemy Elrington merges recycling and sculpture with his fascinating works of art.
See if you can separate the myths from the facts about bathroom recycling and start including the smallest room in the house in your recycling routine.
Incorporating 4 percent post-consumer recycled batteries, the EcoAdvanced line really keeps on going and going ...
The Tennessee music festival kept 400,000 water bottles and 30,000 beer cups out of landfills last year.
You can mulch, or you can let the critters handle it.
New Yorkers can no longer discard old, unwanted, busted and otherwise chuck-able electronics alongside the regular trash starting in 2015.
Earth's oceans now contain 5.25 trillion pieces of plastic trash, according to the most thorough survey of its kind.
Well, this stinks: The Delaware facility where New York City sends its compostable waste for processing has closed. So where's it being sent now?
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