Feds to develop repairable computer donation program
A new law allows the federal government to provide surplus and repairable used computers directly to nonprofit refurbishers, who will then provide them to individuals in need.
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Claims that recycling can’t ever work fail to account for the high degree of innovation making recycling processes more efficient and cost effective, writes AMP Robotics CEO Matanya Horowitz.
Post-consumer resin is the way forward, the CEO of a large flexible film supplier said, but it’s going to take commitment, collaboration and follow-through from everyone to get there.Continue Reading→
Digital watermark pilot to begin in France
Expanding on earlier trials, Digimarc plans to test its Digital Watermarks Initiative HolyGrail 2.0 in France on a larger scale. The previous trials were limited to HolyGrail 2.0 members, but now, all operators in France are invited to participate, a …
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Veteran compost marketer highlights trends that have helped to shape the expanding marketplace for compost.
Tangent unveils new recycled HDPE lumber finish
A major producer of recycled HDPE lumber has rolled out a product with a seashell-inspired wood grain pattern.
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Study compares PET recycling methods
A study conducted by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory evaluated various PET recycling methods from technical, economic and environmental standpoints to provide a big-picture overview of today’s options. The research, published by the American Chemical Society, found that mechanical recycling …
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