Learn how to recycle everything, from aluminum and newspapers to less obvious household items.
Think you know what you're eating out of when you grab a frozen dinner? You may not want to.
The world throws away more than 750 million tons of garbage each year, and not all of it ends up where you think.
In order to further motivate folks to recycle at home, a Hong Kong product design firm releases a line of bins that replace the typical 'this goes in here' signifiers with clever sculptural lids.
If you don't mind tearing up a book, you can make a spot to hide your stuff, create origami creatures, or decorate a headboard.
Recycling firm Knowaste partners with Zero Waste Scotland to launch a 6-month pilot scheme that will enable more than 35,000 households to recycle soiled nappies and other absorbent waste products curbside.
Now that they've popped up across London, Renew Recycle Bins — high-tech public recycling receptacles that boast LCD screens flashing news and weather updates — will soon be coming to New York City.
A former landfill for a Rio de Janeiro slum has been turned into a park thanks to a group of dedicated volunteers.
Video: Sam Klein is the president and CEO of his own recycling business. He reinvests the money he earns for those less fortunate.
Change an old phone booth into a library to build community and share good reads.
The manufacturer of the U.K.'s most guzzled tea, PG Tips, launches a pilot tea bag composting campaign in an effort to curb the millions of pounds of tea-related waste landfilled each year.
Green Team's Change.org petition has more than 54,000 signatures asking Crayola to create a marker recycling program.
Recycling-challenged New York City gets its first deputy commissioner for recycling and sustainability in the form of RecycleBank co-founder Ron Gonen.
Here's the skinny on trash trends: Of the roughly 13 million tons of textiles tossed each year, only about 15% are recovered for reuse or recycling.
Spring Back Recycling combines environmentalism with social justice by hiring previously incarcerated people to recycle used mattresses.
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