They're everywhere: Piling up in bedrooms, drawers, bags and god knows where else. We know they can’t go in the bin. But what can we do with them?
From crushed beer cans and broken shoes to smoke detectors and old keyboards, the world’s trash is a canvas for Mariah Reading.
The sustainability officer of the world’s largest plastic polluter claims that making aluminium and glass bottles will somehow push up their carbon footprint.
Yes, apparently, but only two people at time.
A new report says these companies pollute the most places with the most plastics.
The food-for-trash swap aims to teach residents to dispose of their plastics properly.
The state government has made a deal with cement companies to recycle more than 17 tons of plastic.
Between battling authorities who have closed off access to their only source of livelihood, harassment by the local mafia and a drug problem, this is the harsh reality of being a ragpicker at India’s Deonar dump.
The Railways Board has not only decided to install over 1,000 plastic water bottle crushing machines at 360 major stations but also instructed its staff and vendors to stop using plastic.
Nothing like being a good sport with some environmentally-conscious bling.
All the plastic waste collected will be recycled and used to build stronger roads.
The United States rolls through more toilet paper per year than any other nation, according a report co-written by the NRDC.