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Armstrong World Industries has named the National Security Agency (NSA) in Ft. Meade, MD as its 2009 Ceiling Recycler of the Year.
This service provides companies with a full suite of solutions focused on re-using, recycling and co-processing waste in the most beneficial manner.
What happens when you incorporate the (sometimes) tedious concept of recycling into one of the most popular, yet controversial programs on television? Check out these clips from the folks who bring you “Family Guy.”
Cardboard is one of the largest waste materials produced at the Duke Energy Convention Center in Cincinnati, OH.
The follow images were sent to me by two different people. They illustrate the creative adaptation of objects once they’ve reached the end of their original useful life.
The Envion Oil Generator (EOG) converts any type of plastic waste into high quality, synthetic light medium oil for less than $10 per barrel.
This one of a kind, handmade fixture by Domingos Totora and a team of artisans from Brazil is a decorative and utilitarian piece that reflects an adherence to ethnic ancestral style.
Can this machine reduce restroom supply orders?
After checking out this toilet paper awareness campaign in Copenhagen, I am now convinced that Hamlet wasn’t the only Dane off his nut. Brace yourself for this… (Warning: photo is a bit gross!)
In 2001,Tom Szaky, then a freshman at Princeton University, founded TerraCycle in hopes of building an eco-capitalist company built on waste.