"Recycling" Blogs & Blog Posts

RecycleBill's RecycleblogRecycleBill's Recycleblog

All things green, bad and ugly, the official blog the for RecyclBills.com L...

 
DD-InterioresDD-Interiores

Spanish blog about interior decoration, with many ideas for decorating, rec...

 
Green ShootsGreen Shoots

Features and opinion on the environmental sector and what developments mean...

 


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If you get Amazon Fresh or similar food deliveries, you are likely familiar with the silver-foil insulated freezer bags that frozen foods come in. These quickly multiply in Tribbles-like numbers. I'm always looking for ways to reuse these bags. I reg...

Some holiday waste can be recycled, but others are actually harmful to the recycling process. For the most part, wrapping paper is recyclable; paper with glitter, foil, or plastics is unfortunately not recyclable and would need to go out with the gar...

This was a year of many “firsts,” as it seems an isolating pandemic has a way of spurring us on to try new things, to find little glimpses of joy wherever we can. (Remember all that bread we baked in March?) For many families, being stuck at home...

In the weeks between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day, the Environmental Protection Agency estimates waste disposed by American households increases by more than 25 percent.  Mashable's Natasha Piñon walks through how to cut back on all that...

What is the Zero Waste Movement? Zero Waste is the conservation of all resources by means of responsible production, consumption, reuse and recovery of products, packaging and materials without burning, and with no discharges to land, water, or air t...

AMP Robotics, the recycling robotics technology developer backed by investors including Sequoia Capital and Sidewalk Infrastructure Partners, is close to closing on as much as $70 million in new financing, according to multiple sources with knowledge...

Technology has taken us from tapes to DVDs to digital streaming in just a few decades. But while a teenager today may have no idea what a VHS tape is, many of us who were around between 1977 and the rise of DVDs in 1997 might still have old VHS tapes...