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News articles

Packaging recycling challenges can be overcome with economic strategy

In the past year we’ve seen an editorial frenzy over the future of recycling. Skepticism and worry are expected in any innovative and healthy American industry, but recycling has received a disproportionate dose of it lately. Recycling rates have hit … Continue reading

Packaging Digest · Mar 8, 2016

JJC Recycles More Than 250 Pounds of Pens, Markers

After five years of collecting more than 250 pounds of pens and markers, Joliet Junior College and its Sustainability Committee are recycling the massive collection to TerraCycle, a company that prides itself on both recycling and upcycling almost any form … Continue reading

Joliet Patch · Mar 7, 2016

9 pet food trends to look for at Global Pet Expo

Pet food companies touting transparency on ingredients, sourcing and processing. We all know consumers are demanding and thirsting for transparency on how pet food is made, what’s in it and where those substances (and the material it’s packaged in) come from. Last … Continue reading

Petfoodindustry.com · Mar 3, 2016

KBCB to hold countywide cleanup March 12

Keep Bamberg County Beautiful, along with its volunteers, have collected nearly 2,000 pounds of litter from roadways since the first of the year. However, that’s just a small amount of what needs to be picked up, KBCB Director Mallory D. … Continue reading

The Times & Democrat · Mar 3, 2016

Litter bug: The radical repackaging required to go zero waste

New York’s goal of sending “zero waste” to landfills by 2030 may be missing the mark on what the term is really supposed to mean. Dr. Maggie Clarke, an environmental scientist who has been involved in local waste policy for … Continue reading

Fusion.net · Mar 2, 2016

5 Easy Ways to Reduce Waste this Spring

The time to refresh and start anew for spring is upon us! As the flowers start blooming and the snow begins to melt away, let’s do our part for the planet in this time of renewal by learning new ways … Continue reading

Dish Magazine · Mar 2, 2016

JJC Recycles More Than 250 Pounds of Pens, Markers; Donates Earnings to Charity

After five years of collecting more than 250 pounds of pens and markers, Joliet Junior College and its Sustainability Committee are recycling the massive collection to Terracycle, a company that prides itself on both recycling and upcycling almost any form … Continue reading

Joliet Junior College Newsroom · Mar 1, 2016

D’Addario Announces Playback String Recycling Program

D’Addario has announced the launch of Playback, the first industry-wide instrument string recycling program. The company has teamed with the global recycling organization TerraCycle to create Playback, a safe and independent way to recycle and upcycle instrument strings. Currently, municipal recycling … Continue reading

GuitarPlayer.com · Feb 28, 2016

Festival to offer recycling options

Attendees to the 11th annual Earth Festival will have ample opportunity to rid themselves of unwanted materials normally difficult to recycle. In keeping with Earth Festival tradition, a host of items will be accepted for recycling at the event, which … Continue reading

The Daily Star · Feb 26, 2016

D’Addario announces “Playback” – the first ever instrument string recycling program in partnership with Terracycle

D’Addario, the world’s largest maker of instrument strings and accessories, has been a pioneer in sustainability for decades – from environmentally responsible packaging to robust tree re-planting programs. The company is taking its environmental commitment even further in 2016 with … Continue reading

Recycling Product News · Feb 25, 2016

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