Recycling Articles

Corporate recycling policies, waste management, and relamping strategies for facility managers are among the topics covered in this section.

November 15 Is “America Recycles Day”

Now in its 11 year, America Recycles Day is the only nationally recognized day dedicated to encouraging Americans to recycle and to buy recycled... ...Read More...

November 15 Is "America Recycles Day"

Now in its 11 year, America Recycles Day is the only nationally recognized day dedicated to encouraging Americans to recycle and to buy recycled... ...Read More...

KI Receives EPA Award

During 2007, the company eliminated 6.29 million pounds of industrial waste and raw materials in its packaging activities.... ...Read More...

Services & Maintenance: Quality, Cost, Sustainability

Can fms have the best of all worlds with pre-owned... ...Read More...

WEIRD WEDNESDAY: Read Any Good Vases Lately?

A London-based graduate student has collected offcast books and turned them into pieces of furniture with an unusual sense of beauty and purpose. She has also discovered a creative way to reuse secondhand books that are typically unacceptable in the recycling process due to their glue... ...Read More...

Toilets Find Their Way Into Recycling

One town in California is just one of several locations getting involved with toilet... ...Read More...

WEIRD WEDNESDAY: Off The Cuff Off Cuts Made Into Furniture

In the ongoing quest to reduce, reuse, and recycle, one aspiring furniture designer is expressing her artistic talent in the form of furniture made from factory waste—and nothing else. No screws, bolts—just wood waste. Amy Hunting, a London, UK-based designer and illustrator, has introduced The Patchwork Collection—lamps, chairs, and storage/book boxes made out of wood waste and off cuts produced in the Danish factories. These descriptions... ...Read More...

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Recycling Fluorescent Lamps

This Web Exclusive comes from Mark A. Ceaser of OMNI/ajax Absolute Sorbent Technologies, Inc. Throughout the country, we have seen bans and regulatory control over the exposure of the public to hazardous risks. However, one of the most overlooked dangers surrounds each of us every day. It contains potentially dangerous amounts of mercury and can be found above your desk at work, in the lamp on your child’s nightstand, and even at your local... ...Read More...

Sustainable By Design: Reducing Waste, Coming And Going

Conscientious manufacturers are cutting back on shipping materials to trim waste for... ...Read More...

FM Frequency: Relief From Green Fatigue

Crane humorously dissects his latest energy saving project: re-lamping for fun and... ...Read More...