Imagine if your printer had an âunprintâ button that could remove all the ink from the paper âÂ that may soon be a reality.
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Canadian legislators are aiming to phase out single-use plastics such as straws, coffee lids, shopping bags, and straws within the next two years.
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Highlights from keynotes by Google’s Kate Brandt, Ellen Macarthur Foundation’s Andrew Morlet, and Cradle to Cradle co-founder Bill McDonough. Plus, on-the-spot interviews with UL engineer Bill Hoffman, General Motors materials guru Lauren Smith and World Wildlife Fund research Erin Simon.
Two very different titans in consumer electronics are each aiming to advance the circular economy in their own ways.
The process of sorting things for reuse gets faster and more specific.
Rather Than End Up in a Landfill, Non-Recyclable Glass May Soon Be a Cheaper New Ingredient in Concrete
Australian researchers have developed an exciting new technique for making concrete out of non-recyclable glass that has been turned back into sand. The team found that ground-up glass can be used specifically to make polymer concrete, a material that uses polymers â typically resins â to replace lime-type cement as a binder for roads. Since […]
The 130-year-old French tire company will test the technology first on electric passenger vehicles in collaboration with General Motors.
Rather than letting these abandoned bikes go to waste, a compassionate businessman is buying them up and sending them to village school children.
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