User: dharmesh Topic: Urban Waste
Category: Waste Management :: Recycling
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Dapoli sets example by shunning plastic 18.6.2012 TOI: All Headlines
Dapoli sets example by shunning plastic
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Ask Waste Watchers: What happens to the hazardous materials? 18.6.2012 Vail Colorado: News
What happens to the hazardous materials that are dropped off at the Eagle County Household Hazardous Waste facility? Marie in Vail Thanks for the great question, Marie. This is the most frequently asked question at the Househol ...
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ERROR: Missing Story Title 17.6.2012 Boston Globe: Massachusetts
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Stalled contract talks could disrupt recycling 17.6.2012 AP Washington
SEATTLE (AP) -- Recycling and garbage service through much of King and Snohomish counties could be disrupted next week if negotiations between Waste Management and its recycling drivers remain stalled....
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E-recycle drive 16.6.2012 Hindu: Society
Project Green hands — a Unit of Isha Foundation and Earth Sense — an ‘e-waste' recycling company jointly organised E – Recycle Drive on World Environment Day at St. Britto's Group of Schools, Adam...
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Recycling of roads mooted 16.6.2012 Hindu: Madurai
This will help minimise cost and also improve rural road network
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Garbage, recycling pickup disruption looms as talks stall 16.6.2012 Seattle Times: Local
Recycling and garbage service through much of King and Snohomish counties could be disrupted if negotiations between Waste Management and its recycling drivers remain stalled.
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Recycling old wood is tricky, but demand high for certain types 16.6.2012 Seattle Times: Local
As an organic material, wood is eminently recyclable or compostable.
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To Rio, for planet earth 16.6.2012 Hindu: Op-Ed
The challenge is to devise a model that will balance economic growth with respect for the environment
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One for the planet 15.6.2012 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Driving holidays in India are an inspiration in more ways than one. No matter how long you've lived here, every town seems to bring with it a unique new sight or sound, with always something new to learn. Reminders of how our earth seems to be changing are visible at almost every turn. A recent drive through Kanyakumari district, with peaceful giant wind farms, proved just that. As much about India and its development as we know, here's a fact nobody quite seems to be aware of just yet — India has, apparently, the fifth largest wind power capacity in the world (and still growing). Just watching those huge white blades sweep gently through the breeze got me thinking; although we may not all have the monetary funds required for wind turbines to be installed in our homes, I'm sure there's something more practical and simple to what we can do with our daily living to contribute. Ideas on eco-friendly home improvement seem to be everywhere all at once the minute you decide to start ...
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Recycle, but where? 15.6.2012 deccanherald.com
Recycle, but where?
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MoU for 1st Chinese investment in Kerala 15.6.2012 New Kerala: West Bengal
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Va Tech Wabag rises on Rs 270-cr order from RIL 15.6.2012 Business Standard: News Now
Va Tech Wabag has opened 3% higher at Rs 450 after the company said that it has received an order worth of Rs 270 crore from Reliance Industries (RIL) for industrial effluent treatment plant.
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Seeking an answer to Chennai's mounting e-waste problem 15.6.2012 Hindu: Chennai
Pollution Control Board steps up drive on e-waste
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Drop off recyclables at Salem T 14.6.2012 Boston Globe: Massachusetts
Drop off recyclables at Salem T
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Delhi damned by stuck dam, blocked canal 14.6.2012 TOI: Delhi Times
Delhi damned by stuck dam, blocked canal
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National Archives publish wartime propaganda in online gallery 13.6.2012 The Guardian -- World Latest
Hundreds of images of war art including posters and a portrait of the future queen are released online Winston Churchill with a jowl or two flatteringly removed, a fierce group of women in pinnies marching out under the banner "Up housewives and at 'em!" to recycle their domestic waste into "planes, guns, tanks, ships & ammunition", and a startling image of the assassination in 1942 of a Nazi officer are among hundreds of images of propaganda and war art from the National Archives in a free Wikimedia online gallery launched this week. Some were the work of famous artists recruited to help the war effort, including Terence Cuneo, who in 1942 painted the assassination of Reinhard Heydrich, one of the architects of the Holocaust, by a British-trained Czech and Slovak team. Cuneo would go on to become the more tranquil official artist for the 1953 coronation, and coveted by collectors as a painter of railway scenes. Alongside images of tank warfare and bombers picked out by flames or search ...
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Green Blog: Toward a Greener Soda Can 12.6.2012 NY Times: Science
A company dreams up a way of treating the alloy produced in the recycling process so that it is more suitable for remaking the can.

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Advocates say old Japanese composting method can be new way to solve food waste problems 12.6.2012 Star Tribune: Nation
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Japanese composting may be new food waste solution 12.6.2012 Seattle Times: Nation & World
Down the back stairs of the clubhouse kitchen, on a plot lost among the expanse of tightly trimmed fairways and greens, weeks-old food is buried under a tarp and mulch and left to decompose.
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