User: irge304 Topic: Urban Waste
Category: Waste Management :: Recycling
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The explosive problem of 'zombie' batteries 26.10.2020 BBC: Front Page
Batteries that power mobile phones and other devices are causing fires because they are not disposed of properly.
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Electric goods 'should have repairability rating' 23.10.2020 BBC: Technology
The government is urged to label devices like phones, laptops and washing machines to cut waste.
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After 21 years, Pepsi Center to be renamed Ball Arena as part of new partnership 22.10.2020 Denver Post: Local
The home of the Denver Nuggets and Colorado Avalanche will be known as Ball Arena as part of a multiyear global partnership between Ball Corporation and Kroenke Sports and Entertainment.
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Editorial: California failed the communities around Exide. This cannot happen again 21.10.2020 LA Times: Opinion

A bankruptcy court let Exide walk away from its toxic contamination. California leaders cannot let this happen again.

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Plastic recycling in South Korea was already in crisis. The pandemic is pushing it to the brink 21.10.2020 L.A. Times - World News

The surge in plastic waste caused by the COVID-19 pandemic may push over the edge an already fragile ecosystem of recycling plastic, already strained by falling oil prices and interruptions in the global trade in recyclables.

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Letters to the Editor: Exide is getting away with polluting minority neighborhoods. That's unconscionable 20.10.2020 LA Times: Opinion

Allowing Exide to abandon its battery plant sets a terrible precedent by sticking California taxpayers will the cleanup bill.

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Court allows Exide to abandon a toxic site in Vernon. Taxpayers will fund the cleanup 17.10.2020 LA Times: Environment

A bankruptcy court says Exide Technologies can abandon its toxic battery recycling plant in Vernon, leaving a massive cleanup to California taxpayers.

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At federal hearing, community outrage over plan to abandon Exide battery plant 14.10.2020 LA Times: Environment

Residents blast bankruptcy plan by battery recycler Exide to abandon its Vernon plant, which is blamed for polluting neighborhoods with lead.

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The Exide battery recycling plant left a big toxic mess. A court could let it walk away 12.10.2020 LA Times: Environment

A bankruptcy plan by battery recycler Exide would allow it to walk away from California's largest environmental cleanup, leaving taxpayers to pay the bill

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Editorial: Don't let Exide walk away from its toxic mess 9.10.2020 LA Times: Opinion

It's simply unacceptable to let a serial polluter walk away, leaving the community to suffer.

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Editorial: Don't despair. California's fight against plastic trash is far from over 8.10.2020 LA Times: Opinion

The failure of a landmark plastic pollution bill in the Legislature in August was a setback, but not the end of the effort to reduce plastic trash.

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Building a guilt-free plastic water bottle: It's not easy 6.10.2020 LA Times: Business

Culver City-based Cove aims for a December pilot launch of what it calls the first plastic water bottle made entirely from biodegradable materials.

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Top food brands lack green packaging, says Which? 24.9.2020 BBC: Business
Pringles, Cadbury and Babybel are among big names that failed the Which? recycling test.
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Here are some easy ways to make sustainable choices during the pandemic 16.9.2020 Los Angeles Times - Living Green

Appalled by the tidal wave of single-use plastic from takeout and more? Experts give tips for how to be eco-friendly during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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In a small California town, a fight over desalination is now about environmental justice 15.9.2020 LA Times: Environment

A proposed desalination plant along Monterey Bay is one of the most complicated and fraught issues to come before the California Coastal Commission.

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Coronavirus: Disposable masks 'causing enormous plastic waste' 13.9.2020 BBC: Science
The government is urged to do more to get people to wear reusable, washable face coverings.
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L'Oreal launches make-up recycling across UK shops 10.9.2020 BBC: Business
The firm's Maybelline brand has set up recycling points in shops including Tesco and Superdrug.
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Target reinstates car seat recycling program with contactless trade-in option 9.9.2020 Chicago Tribune: Popular
Target reinstated its car seat recycling program this month despite COVID-19 uncertainty.
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Solar Panels Are Starting to Die. What Will We Do With the Megatons of Toxic Trash? 24.8.2020 Mother Jones
This piece was originally published in Grist and appears here as part of our Climate Desk Partnership. Solar panels are an increasingly important source of renewable power that will play an essential role in fighting climate change. They are also complex pieces of technology that become big, bulky sheets of electronic waste at the end of […]
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Editorial: California has the cure for the plastic plague. Let's use it 23.8.2020 LA Times: Opinion

The coronavirus pandemic has exacerbated the plastic trash problem. California lawmakers have the solution, and they can't put if off any longer.

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