Using waste plastics as feedstock for 3D printers can cut printing costs while also offering less energy-intensive recycling.
The Obama administration points to a new Alcoa recycling facility as an example of reaping energy savings rewards through its Better Plants Challenge.
Intel realized its role as a part of the ecosystem early on, and has taken steps to be a good steward of the water that both it and its employees need to survive.
The Worn Wear program means customers can purchase used Patagonia clothing, as well as trade their own used garments for store credit.
A new industry report shows slow but significant progress in increasing the eco-friendliness of consumer electronics.
With one of the best buyback programs in the business, Sprint is doing its part to reduce e-waste.
Made from a single piece of recycled, highly durable cardboard, the Origami printer concept goes from flat to 3D in a few quick steps.
By providing an instant credit on subway pass cards, recycling machines encourage people to recycle plastic waste AND utilize alternative transportation.
Using waste cooking oil as a starting material reduces production costs while still producing medical-grade bioplastic.
The reVITALize project seeks to educate and enlist kids to join the fight against the full-blown plastic epidemic, starting with their toothbrushes.