Learn how to recycle everything, from aluminum and newspapers to less obvious household items.
Yes, there are eco-friendly ways dispose of underwear and bras when you're done with them.
Schools compete on football Saturdays to generate the best recycling rate and the lowest level of waste.
An Atlanta grad student rides out the turbulent economy by building structures out of plastic soda bottles and other types of trash ... in Guatemala.
You recycle paper, plastic, glass and aluminum, why not recycle water? Learn how to reuse your 'greywater.'
Celebrate Recycle Glass Month by, umm, recycling glass and sprucing up your home with a few eye-catching recycled glass products ranging from hydroponic herb gardens to stemless wine glasses.
Get started on the 4th annual Zero Waste Week by trimming your 'waste-line' on the go.
Researchers found plants emit three times as much nitrous oxide, largely due to the density of nitrifying and denitrifying bacteria in the water.
The chemical compounds that make up carpet fibers are valuable to recyclers. Even 30-year-old carpet.
Although most carpet components are recyclable or reusable, only about 4 percent of waste carpet gets reclaimed. The industry hopes to increase that number.
Almost every part of the the Aman Setu school premises is made out of recycled material, including walls built from plastic bottles.
Cintas uses technology that converts plastics into a fiber that can then be woven into fabric. About 5 plastic bottles are needed to create one shirt.
Built completely from plastic bottles and other recycled materials, the boat set sail to raise awareness about the marine environment.
A tiny sensor attached to a camera takes pictures of what's thrown away and uploads images to Facebook, allowing students to monitor their trash.
In spite of their green image, biodegradable products may contribute to global warming because of the rate at which they decompose at some landfills.
Check with your local department of public works because in many areas, you can recycle more than ever.
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