Author: EPA You can make your organization’s buildings greener by improving their energy and water efficiency, employing renewable sources of energy, improving indoor air quality, and using materials more efficiently. This issue of the WasteWise Update looks primarily at the
Author: EPA The guideline provides comprehensive information about electronics reuse and recycling. It introduces common knowledge like the concerns and benefits of electronics, everything you need to know before recycling or reuse the electronics. Moreover, it provides information about the
Author: IER Automobiles have overtaken consumer electronics as the biggest users of lithium-ion batteries. Because batteries contain toxic chemicals that should not be placed into landfills, they need to be either recycled, which involves an intensive manufacturing process, or repurposed
Author: Gavin Harper Rapid growth in the market for electric vehicles is imperative, to meet global targets for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, to improve air quality in urban centres and to meet the needs of consumers, with whom electric vehicles
Author: Robert Peoples Current statistics indicate that approximately four billion pounds of used carpet are deposited in landfills each year. This significant burden on the environment can be avoided by proactive approaches taken with each commercial carpet installation. Recycling turns
Author: Tom This article provides information about seven of the most common materials you may come across during your renovation or construction project, ranked from easiest to most challenging to recycle. Click here to view the document: The eco-friendly way
Author: Circular CoLab The State of the Circular Economy in America delivers the first United States focused scan of the Circular Economy landscape. By providing an analysis of 202 United States based Circular Economy initiatives, this report offers concrete examples
Author: Boulder County Resource Conservation Division This report was conducted to assess the generation of Construction and Demolition waste in Boulder County and to recommend a course of action based on an analysis of diversion potential, market viability, and facility
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