Graffiti Collective Transforms Spray Cans into Works of Art

March 19, 2013 by  
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Travel to any busy graffiti zone around the world and chances are you’ll spot empty spray cans in close proximity.

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5 Materials from Your Home Repair You Should Recycle

March 11, 2013 by  
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Anyone familiar with home repair can tell you that there is usually some kind of debris left over. No matter what the project, anytime something new goes in, something old is discarded. Check out five common items that often end up wasted, and…

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Beware! How 10 Dangerous Materials Are Recycled

March 8, 2013 by  
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Trash is always messy, but what happens when recycling gets downright dangerous? From heavy metals to undetonated explosives, check out the ways Americans are recycling perilous materials into useful new products. Homepage Image: Shutterstock

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New Vaccine Delivery Method Eliminates Need for Syringes, Needles

February 12, 2013 by  
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Used medical needles aren’t just a health risk – they’re an environmental risk, too. Each year, more than one billion syringes, needles and lancets are used by those with diabetes in the U.S. alone, according to the EPA. One Netherlands technology…

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Study: Hospitals Could Save Billions Using Green Practices

December 20, 2012 by  
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By recycling and reducing common wasteful practices, the industry could save $5.4 billion over five years and $15 billion over 10.

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‘Trash Backwards:’ How People are Rethinking Waste

December 7, 2012 by  
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Author David Naylor explores how individuals all over the country are inventing and innovating ways to solve waste problems in his new e-book, “Trash Backwards: Innovating Our Way to Zero Waste.” Naylor looks at seven innovators in a variety of…

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December 7, 2012 by  
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Author David Naylor explores how individuals all over the country are inventing and innovating ways to solve waste problems in his new e-book, “Trash Backwards: Innovating Our Way to Zero Waste.” Naylor looks at seven innovators in a variety of…

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Machine Aids Aerosol Can Recycling

November 23, 2012 by  
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Many cleaners, polishes, disinfectants, insecticides and other common household products come in steel aerosol cans, which are recyclable, but the hazardous nature of the products and the complexity of the cans may leave you mystified about what to…

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Governments, Residents Embrace Paint Recycling

September 12, 2012 by  
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Residents from coast to coast are snapping up recycled paint to brighten walls of their houses, barns and offices. The environmental perk of reusing leftover latex is just part of the appeal. In various towns, recycled paint is free. Or, it’s sold…

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Could This New Chip Make Batteries Obsolete?

July 13, 2012 by  
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There are plenty of obstacles when it comes to battery-powered technology – first and foremost, the waste associated with improper battery disposal – but a new Massachusetts Institute of Technology invention could make battery-powered devices a…

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