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Megan Dobransky, Earth911 | Wednesday, November 10, 2010

7 Easy Ways to Celebrate America Recycles Day

Being green isn’t always easy, but Jeff Harse from RecycleBank offers some simple eco-saving tips and tricks in honor of America Recycles Day on Nov. 15. Read More

Evelyn Rusli, GreenTech | Friday, November 5, 2010

RecycleBank CEO: We Will IPO In 2013

About one month into his role as RecycleBank’s new CEO, Jonathan Hsu is rattling off some ambitious numbers: An IPO by 2013, plans to grow his staff from 150 to over a thousand by 2012, and to reach nine-figures in annual revenues in that same year. That’s a herculean task for any company but especially one that plays in the labor and capital intensive world of recycling. Read More

Amanda Rock, | Thursday, November 4, 2010

Thrifty Thursday: Save Money, Earn Rewards with RecycleBank

No worries, Kermit the Frog, being green just got a lot easier, thanks to RecycleBank, a program that rewards families and households for living and environmentally-friendly life. Read More

Julie Gallagher, Supermarket News | Monday, November 1, 2010

Safeway Boosts RecycleBank Participation in L.A.

LOS ANGELES — Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Save. Read More

Sue Perry, Shop Smart | Friday, October 29, 2010

Site of the week:

I was pretty impressed when I read that 39 percent of Americans recycle their old electronic gizmos. But not everyone lives in an area where they can responsibly ditch used cell phones, DVD players and cameras—or remembers to do it. Read More

Dara Olmsted, The Green Blog at | Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Single stream recycling comes to Cambridge

Recycling has gotten a whole lot simpler in Cambridge. Cambridge is the latest city to switch to single stream recycling. Cambridge residents can now throw all of their recyclables (glass, plastic, metals, paper, and cardboard) in one bin. The recycling plant in Charlestown will sort the products through a series of magnets, rotators, eddy currents, and optical scanners. Residents have also been given new larger bins with wheels (toters) to hold their recycling. Read More

Julie Gallagher, Supermarket News | Monday, October 18, 2010

Industry Sorts Out Post-Consumer Waste Dilemma

Bottle deposit programs, condensed and biodegradable packaging, and reusable shopping bags have slowed the momentum of post-consumer waste. But the crux of the problem resides curbside where rubbish mingled with recyclable papers, plastics, metals and glass waits, destined for a landfill. Read More

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