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The Chubby Team, Chubby Brain | Tuesday, January 26, 2010

New York City’s 10 Hottest Tech Startups

Gotham, startup your engines. The city’s tech scene appears poised to come out of the shadows after years of fighting for the limelight enjoyed by New York’s core industries such as finance, media, advertising and fashion. Read More

Tony Kindelspire, Times-Call | Saturday, January 23, 2010

Recycling is its own reward: Customers earn points they can spend

Two companies that share the mission of keeping recyclable materials out of the landfill have teamed up in Colorado. And if residents have to be encouraged — bribed? — to recycle more, so much the better for the residents. Read More

Ashley Phillips, Green Right Now | Friday, January 22, 2010

RecycleBank rewards you and your community for filling the bin

Everyone is told to recycle because it is good for the environment, but what if it was also good for you? RecycleBank is a program that financially rewards households for recycling. And the concept is sweeping the country, with small and large cities signing on. Even cities that already offer recycling, such as Chicago and Los Angeles, are looking at the independent program as a way to raise recycling rates. Read More

Aron Kressner,The Lazy Environmentalist | Thursday, January 21, 2010

Reward! Recycle Paper, Plastic, Bottles & Cans for Free Gift Certificates to Top Retailers

RecycleBank has just won our Lazy Environmentalist Award for Reinventing Recycling. Here’s the deal: You put all your recyclables into one bin (paper, plastic, bottles, cans, etc), then RecycleBank comes by, picks it up, weighs your recycling, and awards you points for your trash that are redeemable for gift certificates at some of your favorite retailers. If you already recycle, this is a no-brainer. If you’re on the fence about recycling, this is still a no-brainer. Read More

Luther Turmelle, New Haven Register | Saturday, January 2, 2010

City takes steps toward raising recycling rate

Supporters of efforts to reduce the stream of garbage that Connecticut residents produce will be watching New Haven closely this spring as the city trashes its old solid waste collection plan in favor of one that is more focused on recycling. Read More

Sandy Bauers, Philadelphia Inquirer | Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Phila. to Unveil Incentive-based Recycling Plan

Philadelphia will unveil its latest ambitious recycling initiative Thursday, an incentive-based program that city officials say could reward households $240 a year for their participation and save the city millions of dollars in landfill fees. Read More

Shauna Steigerwald, Cincinnati Enquirer | Monday, November 30, 2009

Recycling in Montgomery Sees 39 Percent Increase

Montgomery residents have increased their recycling rate by 39 percent since October 2008, when Rumpke Recycling implemented larger carts, additional promotions and incentives. Read More

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