Tagged: recycling

Tips for Green Energy Technology

Now our company know just exactly how crucial it is actually to care for nature is so essential. The recommendations below are going to offer you a lot of the very best operations that...

The Robotic Revolution in Recycling

AMP Robotics has received significantly more orders for recycling-sorting robots since the start of the pandemic. Some see this as a sign of things to come: nonessential workers in struggling industries being replaced by robots. While most...

Statistics of Damaged Mobile Phones in the UK

According to the latest research, the British People have spent more than £680m each year just to have their phones’ screens fixed. From a poll of 2,000 users of mobile phones, the study showed...

Can You Recycle Those Annoying Wire Hangers?

Over the years, you may or not have assembled a collection of flimsy wire hangers in your closet from years of dry-cleaning winter coats. As it turns out, those hangers have a long history....

Your Starbucks Cup May Not Be Getting Recycled

In response to growing concerns around Starbucks’ issues of waste, this year, the coffee chain announced trial runs for its latest recyclable and compostable cup designs in cities like San Francisco and Seattle. Back...

Don’t Bother Recycling Your CVS Receipts

Back in 2018, Vox reporter Rachel Sugar investigated the reasoning behind those annoying long receipts you receive at CVS stores. As it turns out, it’s not an accident; according to a statement, the drugstore...

Energy Ideas For A New Decade

Ever since I got my first solar-powered LCD watch in the late 1970s, I’ve been a fan of solar power, but what has amazed me in the 40’ish years since then is the rather...

Don’t Throw Away Full Aerosol Spray Cans

Back in May, a lawsuit claimed that old Pam cooking sprays were exploding, causing injuries to at least eight people through burns (and even blinding someone in one eye). Read more… Read more

How to Dispose of a Broken Pair of Headphones

On Amazon, a pair of headphones by a manufacturer called HiFiMan costs $2,250. According to reviews, of which there are 28 supposed buyers, one commenter said his pair broke and that he wouldn’t buy...