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US consumers will now be easily able to recycle anything from coffee capsules to old lightbulbs following the arrival of “zero-waste boxes” to the US market. Recycling specialists TerraCycle’s zero-waste boxes are now available on the US website of office … Continue readingSolid Waste & Recycling · Feb 19, 2016
While some electronics manufacturers will allow for the salvaging of certain reusable parts from their used products, Apple insists they be destroyed, an effort to thwart the production of fake Apple products. That’s according to Tim Culpan writing for Bloomberg.com, which … Continue readingResource-Recycling · Feb 18, 2016
Office workers across North America know that a lot of their daily waste is recyclable—those leaky pens that don’t write, reams of office printouts, plastic bottles from rushed lunches—but it’s been a hard sell to get near full sustainability. Landlords … Continue readingWaste 360 · Feb 18, 2016
TerraCycle has announced it will sell “zero-waste boxes” in the US via retail chain Staples’ website, which will store household and office waste that curbside haulers will not typically handle, such as cleaning supplies, electronics, coffee capsules, and light bulbs.WasteDive · Feb 17, 2016
Terracycle has partnered with www.Staples.com to offer recycling solutions to US consumers. Terracycle’s Zero Waste Boxes have now been listed on Staples website. Consumers can order Zero Waste Boxes online through the site. The program aims to achieve zero waste by encouraging … Continue readingScrapMonster · Feb 16, 2016
Recycling company TerraCycle and Staples are expanding their zero-waste recycling option for household and office waste to the US. The recycling program launched in Canada in 2014. The program allows customers to recycle a range of items, including candy and snack wrappers, cleaning supplies and accessories, writing utensils, e-waste … Continue readingEnvironmental Leader · Feb 16, 2016
After a successful launch in Canada, TerraCycle is giving U.S. consumers the chance to recycle anything from coffee capsules to light bulbs. TerraCycle’s Zero Waste Boxes are now listed on Staples.com website, meaning customers have the opportunity to recycle more household … Continue readingConsumer Goods Technology · Feb 15, 2016
US customers can now purchase ‘zero-waste boxes’ from office supplier Staples, to fill with assortment of household and office waste for recycling. US consumers will now be easily able to recycle anything from coffee capsules to old lightbulbs following the … Continue readingBusinessGreen · Feb 12, 2016
Consumers are steadily becoming more conscious of environmental issues, and more eager to reduce waste at home and work — but are these enough to translate into action? Moreover, will consumers pay to live up to ‘green’ standards and aspirations in their … Continue readingSustainable Brands · Feb 11, 2016