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Recycling Today | Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Aviant Systems Builds Cellular RFID Solution For Recyclebank

Aviant Systems Inc., New York City, has introduced an open-standard wireless solution working with RecycleBank. Through the program, recycling collection trucks in Burlington, N.J., will be the first to use the on-board RFID system, which automatically records and transmits customer pick-up information over a cellular network connection. Read More


Alastair Goldfisher, Reuters | Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Startup uses ATM machine to recycle cellphones

SAN FRANCISCO (Private Equity Week) - Mark Bowles said the idea behind ecoATM was born at a coffee shop. Read More


ony Castro, Daily News Los Angelos | Tuesday, February 23, 2010

15,000 households are eligible to participate in recycling program

Some 15,000 households in the west and central San Fernando Valley will soon be participating in a year-long pilot program that will reward them for recycling, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa announced Tuesday. Read More


Meredith Mandell, NorthJersey.com | Monday, February 22, 2010

City hopes incentive program pays off

Put a 32-gallon recycling bin and a 10-inch stack of newspapers on the curb, and you could eventually earn $4 off at CVS when you spend $20 or more. Do that twice, and you could get a free cup of coffee or an ice cream cone at McDonald's. Read More


Heather Leonard, Business Insider | Monday, February 22, 2010

Green Innovation: A Company That Picks Up Your Trash And Pays You For It

How can people do the right thing and cash in on it? Green tech startup RecycleBank rewards households for their recycling habits with points credit they can use at over a thousand stores such as Whole Foods and Bed, Bath & Beyond. The customers have online accounts where they can verify what items are recyclable, track the points they've earned and where they can spend them. Read More


Coupon Katie | Friday, February 19, 2010

Organic Foods on a Budget

I had a revelation–a diet revelation. Like many people, I thought I was doing well by eating as healthy as possible, while still buying conventional fruits and vegetables. I knew organic was probably better; but figured the pesticide risk was minimal compared to the years I was adding to my life eating a variety of fresh raw foods. Read More


Kara Phelps, News Chief | Thursday, February 18, 2010

Lake Wales plans program to reward recycling

LAKE WALES - Within the next year, Lake Wales should start rewarding its residential recyclers. The program, called RecycleBank, will give points to households depending on the amount they recycle, which can be redeemed for coupons to local businesses. Read More


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Recyclebank At A Glance

Headquarters
New York

Offices
New York, Philadelphia and Houston

CEO
Javier Flaim

Founded
2004

Investors
The Coca-Cola Company, Craton Equity Partners, Generation Investment Management, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Paul Capital Investments, Physic Ventures, RRE Ventures LLC, Sigma Partners, Waste Management Inc., and Westly Group

Members
4 Million+

Communities
300+ in all 50 states

Reward Partners
4,000+

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