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Sandy Bauers, | Thursday, July 15, 2010

RecycleBank rollout final: Rewards are Philly-wide

With the addition of Northwest Philly, RecycleBank is now available city-wide. And David Biddle, the city recycling coordinator, says he won't settle for anything less than 100 percent participation. Read More

Dale Wannen, Triple Pundit | Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Conglomerate Kraft Foods Sets New Standard in Waste Reduction

As the largest packaged food company in America, Kraft Foods has put their trademark on everything from Cool Whip to Shake’N Bake to Nutter Butters. Most recently though, Kraft has surprisingly marked itself as a pioneer in the reduction of manufacturing waste. This $50 billion dollar conglomerate has slashed its waste stream by 30 percent (double their original estimate), recycles or reuses 90 percent of its waste and sends zero waste to landfills from 9 of its major facilities. Read More

Tina Reed, | Saturday, July 3, 2010

Single-stream recycling in Ann Arbor starts Monday

Ann Arbor residents should start throwing their unsorted recyclables into a single cart beginning Monday as part of the city's new single-stream recycling program. Read More

Waste & Recycling News | Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Cincinnati is largest Midwestern city using RecycleBank

With a program slated to begin in October, Cincinnati will become the largest Midwestern U.S. city-wide participant in the RecycleBank program. Read More

Mariana Silva, Waste & Recycling News | Monday, June 21, 2010

Founders find reward program rewarding

Two years were plenty of time to get Patrick FitzGerald and Ron Gonen where nobody had ever been. In their mid-20s, with no time to waste, they followed trash and recycling trucks, hung out at recycling process facilities, pitched their business to possible partners and walked up and down streets asking people whether they would recycle for money. Read More

Yolonda Jones, The Commercial Appeal | Friday, June 18, 2010

Southaven to reward recycling

Program rolls out in October with trial run of incentives for residents before fees Read More

Recycling Today | Thursday, June 17, 2010

Philadelphia Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Enhances RecycleBank Program

The Philadelphia Coca-Cola Bottling Company is announcing an expanded partnership with RecycleBank that aims to boost recycling efforts in Philadelphia. Coca-Cola has been involved with RecycleBank’s rewards programs since 2006. Read More

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