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Ben Knight, Metro Canada | Monday, March 15, 2010

Incentive program rewards residential recycling

Taking out the trash has gotten complicated. Different bins, different pick-up days. Wouldn’t it be nice if someone actually paid you to do this stuff? Read More

Diana Ransom, SmallBiz | Wednesday, March 10, 2010

In Focus: Recycling Pays Off for an Entrepreneur

AS RECYCLING TRASH becomes an increasingly unwieldy task for municipalities, some local governments are turning to outside contractors to manage their landfill. Read More

Susan Carpenter, LA Times | Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Los Angeles is banking on recycling

Los Angeles officials are trying to encourage more recycling of beer bottles, old newspapers, cardboard, plastic and other recyclables. RecycleBank, a city program, gives points to residents who recycle, worth as much as $400 per year per blue bin. Read More

Houston Business Journal | Monday, March 8, 2010

City of Houston expands RecycleBank program

The City of Houston is making its biggest expansion to date for its rewards-for-recycling program, RecycleBank. Read More

Colleen Debaise, The Wall Street Journal | Sunday, March 7, 2010

And the Top Clean-Tech Companies Are...

For start-ups that harness the energy of the sun, 2010 looks to be a promising year. In The Wall Street Journal's first survey of venture-backed clean-technology companies, three solar-power firms came out on top: Solyndra Inc. of Fremont, Calif.; Suniva Inc. of Norcross, Ga.; and eSolar Inc. of Pasadena, Calif. The rankings, announced Thursday at the Journal's ECO:Nomics Executive Conference in Santa Barbara, Calif., seek to identify those green companies that have the capital, executive experience and investor know-how to succeed in an increasingly crowded field Read More

Brett Daly, Hollywood Gazette | Tuesday, March 2, 2010

City rewards residents for recycling

The City of Hollywood launched its RecycleBank rewards program Feb. 1 and collected 253 tons of recyclable material in its first week, an 85 percent increase from the amount collected the same week in 2009, said Public Works Director Greg Turek. Read More

Susan Carpenter, LA Times | Wednesday, February 24, 2010

L.A. will reward recycling through new RecycleBank program

The city of L.A. unveiled a pilot program Tuesday to encourage more recycling of beer bottles, old newspapers, cardboard, plastic and other recyclables. Called RecycleBank, the program gives points to individuals who recycle, worth as much as $400 per year per blue bin. Read More

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