For centuries, people have burned waste to create energy, sending carbon billowing into the atmosphere.
The coronavirus pandemic has generated a surge in plastic pollution, counteracting years of efforts to tackle the issue of single-use plastics. Several recycling bus
Heat up stalks, stems, leaves or wood in a reactor with little or no oxygen (in a process called pyrolysis) and you get bio-oil for fuel and biochar for fertilizer.
There’s always a mark
French green biotech company Carbios ultimately chose Indorama Ventures, the world’s largest producer of recycled PET (polyethylene terephthalate) for beverage bottles, to build the very first
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy signed S2515/A4676 into law Jan. 18. Industry associations have mixed opinions about the recycled-content requirements.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy has signed a
Alliance of companies and trade associations will invest $120 million to expand recycling plant.
A consortium of Sweden-based trade groups and companies is investing to build what they cal
Updated on: May 11, 2022 / 12:08 PM / MoneyWatch
Americans' use of plastic boomed during the pandemic, including mountains of single-use items such as takeou
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