User: irge304 Topic: Urban Waste
Category: Waste Management :: Recycling
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Public has need to be freed of tech trash 17.11.2007 Star Tribune: Local
Consumers are eager to get rid of old TVs, computers and electronics piling up at home. But many don't know how.
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Climate change department faces £300m cuts 17.11.2007 The Guardian -- Front Page
Recycling and nature protection hit as UN calls for tougher measures on carbon
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Climate change department faces £300 million cuts 17.11.2007 Guardian: Environment

Recycling and nature protection hit as UN calls for tougher measures on carbon

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Stunned by turnout, organizers cancel e-waste effort 17.11.2007 Minnesota Public Radio: Science
Thousands of cars jammed the streets around the Mall of America, extending to the I-494 ramps, as consumers rushed to rid their homes of stockpiled electronics.
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Stunned by turnout, organizers cancel e-waste effort 17.11.2007 Minnesota Public Radio: News
Thousands of cars jammed the streets around the Mall of America, extending to the I-494 ramps, as consumers rushed to rid their homes of stockpiled electronics.
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Cash infusion heats up prospects for recycled-energy business 16.11.2007 Chicago Tribune: Business
Westmont-based Recycled Energy Development LLC on Thursday announced a $1.5 billion deal with Denham Capital Management, a Boston-based private-equity firm, that will enable Recycled Energy to dramatically expand its waste-heat- to-electric-generating business.

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North Side to get a recycling center 16.11.2007 Chicago Tribune: Popular
Notebaert Museum site to be city's 16th drop-off facility

Chicago today announced the opening of a recycling drop-off site to serve areas around Lincoln Park and users of North Lake Shore Drive.
Workers find newborn's body at recycling plant 16.11.2007 SFGate: Top Stories
Workers at an Escondido recycling plant found the dead body of a newborn boy on a trash conveyor belt. Police responded Wednesday night to a call about a body part being found at Escondido Disposal, north of San Diego. Escondido Police... ...
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The California Garden 15.11.2007 LA Times: Most Emailed
The little wigglers double as heroes of composting, which is no longer seen as merely a fringe solution. SHARING lunch with students at the Santa Monica College cafeteria one recent afternoon are a couple hundred thousand lowlife diners that most folks would only be caught dead with. Inside a giant, hydraulically operated bin behind the kitchen, 800,000 red wiggler worms are chowing down, as they do 24 hours a day here and at an increasing number of homes and eco-leaning facilities in Los Angeles. It's part of a makeover as dramatic as anything since a mouse got named Mickey. ...
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Thousands jam recycling event 15.11.2007 Minnesota Public Radio: Most Emailed
The popularity of a free electronics recycling collection at the Mall of America on Thursday appears to have taken organizers by surprise.
Five areas to pilot bin charges 15.11.2007 BBC: Front Page
Five councils in England are to be allowed to pilot "pay as you throw" household waste charges.
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Recycle your old electronics 15.11.2007 Minnesota Public Radio: News
Bring your old electronics to the Mall of America, and recycle them for free.
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Recycle your old electronics 15.11.2007 Minnesota Public Radio: Science
Bring your old electronics to the Mall of America, and recycle them for free.
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Scotland's play for green games 15.11.2007 Guardian: Environment

The team that secured the 2014 Commonwealth Games for Glasgow arrived back from Sri Lanka this week with the aim of making it one of the UK's greenest ever sporting spectacles

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MOA: Free electronics recycling 15.11.2007 Star Tribune: Local
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A Consumer's Guide to Going Green 12.11.2007 WSJ: Most Emailed This Week
When you look for advice on going green, you often find wildly impractical schemes about remaking your entire life to reduce your "carbon footprint." Or you end up having to sort through heaps of perplexing statistics about power usage and efficiency. Here are some answers to some commonly posed questions about what to do -- and what not to do -- to get greener. ...
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A Consumer's Guide to Going Green 12.11.2007 WSJ: Most Emailed Today
When you look for advice on going green, you often find wildly impractical schemes about remaking your entire life to reduce your "carbon footprint." Or you end up having to sort through heaps of perplexing statistics about power usage and efficiency. Here are some answers to some commonly posed questions about what to do -- and what not to do -- to get ...
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Britain now 'dustbin of Europe' 12.11.2007 BBC: Front Page
The UK dumps more household waste into landfill that any other country in the EU, figures suggest.
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In an Eritrean bazaar, trash is turned into modest treasure 11.11.2007 Star Tribune: World
Long isolated from foreign trade, the country has a tradition of resourcefulness, which is always on display in the capital city's recycling market.
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Things to do with soggy veg ... 8.11.2007 The Guardian -- Front Page
Life & style: According to the government, we are a nation of foodwasters and it's time we stopped. So how to avoid chucking out the leftovers? Tim Hayward asks top chefs for their tips.
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