Learn how to recycle everything, from aluminum and newspapers to less obvious household items.
New study shows that people are less likely to recycle items that have been cut, crushed, crumpled or otherwise physically altered.
Incentives for recycling old or unwanted electronics may be the best solution.
When your lighter runs out of juice, try one of these tricks instead of tossing it in the junk drawer or throwing it out.
Don't let these dimpled wonders go to waste once their playing days are over.
Recycling is great, but how about reusing your containers for useful stuff in your garden and around the house?
A scrap recycling trade group recently adopted a new policy on bag bans and fees, stating that recycling plastic and paper bags creates economic opportunities.
Here are some practical ways to use that pile of plastic thingies that you can't bear to just throw away.
Part decoration, part testament to reuse, the Beer Can House is all parts awesome.
NPR’s video explains how the glass bottles we recycle become new glass bottles that can be recycled, too.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg puts plans in action so residents of New York City can have food scraps composted.
Although it would happen anytime soon (or ever), Thames Water is tossing around the idea of suppyling Londoners with recycled wastewater to help meet dramatically increased future aquatic demand.
Don't just toss those little treasures in the recycling bin! Who knew they could be so useful, sans fish?
Sweden isn't the only nation in the throes of a serious trash deficit. As it turns out, Norway is also desperately seeking rubbish to burn in its cogeneration plants. Perhaps the U.S. could lend a helping hand?
In perhaps the biggest push to bump New York City's recycling rate to 30 percent by 2017, Mayor Michael Bloomberg announces the immediate inclusion of rigid plastics in the city's recycling program.
Join us on a live Google+ Hangout on April 25 — with guest Sara Snow — and get some tips from the country's top recycling experts.
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