Realizing that hauling old clothes off to the Goodwill for donation isn't exactly everyone's idea of a fun weekend excursion, SFGoodwill launches a pilot initiative that will find sensor-equipped textile recycling bins placed in residential high-rises across San Francisco.
Always a pioneer when it comes to matters of waste disposal, the Texas capital kicks off its 30th annual Christmas tree recycling program in which discarded trees are mixed with sewer sludge to create the city's (in)famous signature compost.
What do Michael Bloomberg, cigarette butts and lampshades made from cow poop all have in common? They're mentioned in the most notable stories from this year that tackle the always fascinating topic of waste diversion.
Johnson & Johnson launches a bathroom recycling campaign after discovering that even the most dedicated household recyclers fall short when it comes to keeping spent bath and body products out of the trash.