ecoATM combines two things every human loves: convenience and instant gratification.
CleanScapes — the new garbage and recycling service in Issaquah, Wash. — has now opened a retail store stocked with recycled, recyclable and up-cycled goods.
Experts say all those “obsolete” iPhone 4′s will be a windfall for electronics recycling companies. But is a sudden mountain of e-waste the kind of boost we really want?
The Movement Cafe, a temporary cafe and community space originally created for the 2012 Olympics, was built using largely recycled and reclaimed materials.
The engineer in charge of the Nissan team in Tennessee that will be producing the motor for the Leaf built her home almost completely from recycled materials.
Through a partnership with ARCA, GE’s recycling programs have reused an estimated 5.5 million pounds of refrigerator and freezer material.
From the outside, the Life Box looks like any other cardboard shipping box. Inside, however, lives the potential to grow an entire forest ecosystem.
A group grad students at The Spitzer School of Architecture have come together to design and build a sanctuary out of recycled materials for special needs cats.
Recycling is a good way to curb our rampant paper consumption, but it’s not enough. We think paper has a higher calling. Check out five awesome gadgets that prove us right.
Using his engineering expertise, Burning Man veteran Joseph Lombardi designed a multi-tiered system where the motto is “Recycle Everything.”
There’s no arguing that e-books are lighter, more efficient and more versatile than printed books, but does that really make them better for the environment?