Learn how to recycle everything, from aluminum and newspapers to less obvious household items.
Having undergone a few tweaks and secured a fabulous nonprofit collection partner, New York City finally launches its textile recycling program, re-fashioNYC.
A British news program takes a closer look at how recycling in the United Kingdom affects a small town in China.
A U.N.-backed report warned that less than one third of metals globally have a recycling rate of more than 50 percent.
The international project will track U.S. cell phones, TVs and other e-waste, recycling everything from gold to rare earths and protecting human health.
Take all your broken, no-longer-wearable flip flops to Old Navy between April 22 and May 21 -- and the old footwear will get turned into new playgrounds.
Take your old writing instruments to Office Depot this week and earn Sanford coupons.
Bras, fake limbs and even sex toys can be kept out of the landfill through some innovative programs.
Pilot is turning water bottles into reusable and refillable gel-ink pens — but don't let that convince you to go back to your bottled water habit.
Jonesy's eco-friendly Post-Cards are made to be sent twice: First as a greeting card, then as a post card.
The volume of bottles recycled each year is growing, but there is a tremendous opportunity for even more volume in the future.
To raise recycling awareness, a flash mob infiltrates the food court of a Quebec shopping mall and waits for a good, green Samaritan to come along.
As interest quickly grows in water reuse, politicians, businessmen and investors are throwing billions of dollars into research efforts.
One ton of recycled paper can save 17 trees, 380 gallons of oil, three cubic yards of landfill space, 4,000 kilowatts of energy and 7,000 gallons of water.
If you're a New Yorker in the process of remodeling, uncluttering or moving, consider donating any cast-offs to Materials for the Arts.
ChicoBag and The Grateful Thread team up to give a second life to tired reusable bags while helping those in need.
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