User: dharmesh Topic: Waste
Category: Recycling
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Denver wants input from citizens to solve budget shortfall 22.3.2012 Headlines: All Headlines
Denver city officials grappling with an expected $94 million shortfall in the 2013 budget will host a town hall meeting Thursday to gather input from the community on areas that could be cut and ways for the city to raise money.
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Recycling T-shirts made of recycled plastic 21.3.2012 SFGate: Business & Technology
Recycling T-shirts made of recycled plastic
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Green warriors 21.3.2012 Hindu: Home
The power of youth now extends to protecting our environment what with eco clubs in college and volunteering with various campaigns. Madhumitha Srinivasan talks to various eco soldiers across the city to learn about their fight for the city's green and to campuses that take pride in their flora.
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A2Z Dataserv to invest Rs 20 cr for Gurgaon facility 21.3.2012 ET: Infotech
A2Z Dataserv will invest an initial amount of Rs 20 crore to set up a Gurgaon facility that will be equipped to handle up to 10,000 tonnes of e-waste per year.
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Council first for nappy recycling 21.3.2012 BBC: Front Page
Monmouthshire and Cardiff councils are to be among the first authorities in the UK to send nappies for recycling.
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Chucked plastic bottles ‘chugged’ to China 21.3.2012 NIE: Chennai
The railway has engaged an agency to collect the non - biodegradable material and ship it out of the country to China.
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Panda dung tea world's most expensive at 130 pounds per cup 20.3.2012 New Kerala: India News
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Information Relating to Project Clearance Website 20.3.2012 Govt of india: PIB
Information Relating to Project Clearance Website
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Lobbyist spending, 2005-2011 20.3.2012 Star Tribune: Politics
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Sumner sees art in everything around him 20.3.2012 San Jose Mercury News: San Jose/Valley
When confronted with a shattered windshield or machinery that's given up the ghost, the average person is less than thrilled. Brent Sumner, on the other hand, is elated. The Los Gatos resident believes that all of the Earth's material, manufactured as well as natural, is to be appreciated, used and reused.
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Collect e-waste for free entry to fests 20.3.2012 Hindu: Chennai
Tons of wires, some burnt and some half-used with the copper jutting out, dozens of old mobile phones abandoned on shelves of hostels, hundreds of broken capacitors and plenty of old P3 computers...
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Startup Converts Plastic To Oil, And Finds A Niche 19.3.2012 NPR News
Only 7 percent of plastic waste in the United States is recycled each year, according to the EPA. A startup company in Niagara Falls says it can increase that amount and reduce the country's dependence on foreign oil at the same time.
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Students offer green solutions 19.3.2012 The Telegraph : Jharkhand
For a day, they had become scientists.
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Greener Pastures: Be a Zero Hero in world of waste 19.3.2012 Vail Colorado: News
On April 5, volunteers from the Eagle Valley Alliance for Sustainability will gather for Taste of Vail's eighth annual Colorado Lamb Cook-off in Vail Village with one common goal - to make the event waste free. Zero Heroe ...
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Indian firms still to warm up to waste 18.3.2012 Mint: Political Economy
Small and medium-size companies may fail to comply with an approaching government deadline on e-waste collection and management as they are either unaware or not serious about it
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Photo File - Poverty Inc. 17.3.2012 Hindu: Magazine
Dharavi gets a lot of attention as Asia's largest slum. But against all odds, it's also a thriving hub of small enterprise – an activity that reflects the spirit of Mumbai. Text & Photographs PAUL NORONHA
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New York City to recycle its old toilets 16.3.2012 MSNBC
New York City to recycle its old toilets
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Africa to generate more e-waste than Europe by 2017 16.3.2012 TOI: All Headlines
Africa to generate more e-waste than Europe by 2017
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iPad recycling 'is multibillion-pound opportunity for UK firms' 16.3.2012 Guardian: Environment
Government announces support for recycling businesses as billions of pounds worth of rare metals go to waste in UK British businesses are failing to take advantage of the massive opportunity presented by taking apart iPads, smartphones and other consumer goods to recover and recycle rare metals. The value of the precious metals, such as gold and platinum, that are currently thrown away is estimated to run to billions of pounds a year in the UK alone. At present, much of the material leaves the country to be recycled overseas in countries such as China. The government said on Friday it would make new efforts to encourage UK entrepreneurs interested in recycling, with financial support of up to £200,000 available for local companies to come up with new ways of recycling precious metals such as gold , neodymium and iridium . At present, an estimated 75% of the gold that is used in the production of consumer goods each year is lost through traditional recycling processes. Threatened ...
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Pizarro: Pulling an idea out of the bag 16.3.2012 San Jose Mercury News: News
Three months into San Jose's bag on retail plastic bags, one thing is clear: Some grocery clerks are better at bagging than others.
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