In light of growing concern over the accumulation of single-use and disposable products, new recycling solutions have emerged. MilliporeSigma’s Biopharma Recycling Program uses a process from waste management company Triumvirate Environmental to recycle “bioreactor, buffer and sampling bags (multilayered films), and assemblies and filters,” says Jacqueline Ignacio, global manager, customer sustainability solutions at MilliporeSigma.
Kimberly-Clark Costa Rica's sustainability program, Ambientados, received a special recognition from the American Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM) for 10 years of investing and promoting a culture of recycling in the country.
During the AMCHAM 23rd “Social Responsibility in Action Awards,” Ambientados was acknowledged as a pioneer initiative thanks to its ability to be a successful self-sustaining public-private recycling platform. The award was presented to Ricardo Yoshino, Kimberly-Clark Central America South Cluster Lead, by Sharon Day, United States Ambassador to Costa Rica.
According to estimates, Americans produce about 25 percent more waste between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day compared with the rest of the year. With the most wonderful time of the year upon us, it is all the more important to continue our efforts to reduce, reuse, and recycle.
Here are some tips to cut down waste and stay sustainable during your holiday festivities – and throughout the year.
Can you imagine how hard it must be for legislators to know where to focus their energies? The problems that require reform and improved public policy are vast and varied. But as this week’s guest explains, there’s really nothing more important than ensuring clean air and water. Today on Sea Change Radio, we speak with California Assemblymember Phil Ting about his efforts to promote recycling and cleaner cars.
At Republic Services, we know it’s our responsibility to find innovative solutions to today’s recycling and solid waste challenges. When the recycling industry faced a crisis, Republic Services met it head-on with investments in public education and in state-of-the-art technology.
For most households, there isn’t much of a difference between throwing something in the trash or recycling. We collect the things that we don’t want anymore, put them in their respective bins, and trucks come and take it all away. After that is when the magic of recycling happens. Something we once thought of as having no value, like an empty soda-can, becomes a new and valuable product, like an aluminum bike frame.
The Healthcare Plastics Recycling Council (HPRC) is pleased to welcome W. L. Gore & Associates Medical Products Division, makers of implantable medical devices such as vascular grafts, endovascular and interventional devices used by healthcare professionals worldwide. With more than 45 million devices implanted worldwide, Gore is a world leader in material science and biomaterials.
Consumers in São Paulo Can Now Earn Rewards for Recycling Common Household Materials
RACINE, Wis., October 30, 2019 /3BL Media/– SC Johnson today announced a partnership with reverse logistics startup Molecoola to sponsor recycling centers in São Paulo, Brazil, reinforcing the company’s commitment to recycling and sustainability. Consumers can return empty products from any of SC Johnson’s well-known brands, including Mr Muscle®, Glade® and OFF!®, at any of Molecoola’s locations and earn points that can be redeemed using app technology for goods and services. The points can also be used for charitable donations to communities in São Paulo.
Automaker and Outdoor Retailer Will Host Nationwide Upcycling Events Throughout November as Part of Ongoing Subaru Loves the Earth Recycling Initiative
CAMDEN, N.J., October 23, 2019 /3BL Media/ – Subaru of America, Inc. today announced that stemming from the overwhelming success of its Subaru Loves the Earth initiative, which achieved the recent recycling milestone of diverting more than two million pieces of waste from landfills, the automaker is bringing its robust recycling program in-store to REI retailers nationwide.