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Hannah Blythyn Aug 19
I will be holding a live twitter Q&A on the 23rd September from 6-7pm. I will be answering your questions on , and a circular economy. You can tweet your questions now using
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Recycle Now Aug 19
We recommend reading this feature if you struggle with your household recycling - ♻️♻️♻️
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Freedom Waste Aug 17
Yes! If 1/10 of all discarded were recycled annually, about 25 million trees could be saved.
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Recycle Cartons Aug 15
robots are revolutionizing . Robots at this facility in Sarasota sort through 300 tons of recyclables each day to pull out valuable materials like food and beverage cartons so they can be transformed into new products. Learn more:
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Link In Borneo 8h
Been a busy little bird today, collecting old soil collars and other bits and pieces from past PhD experiments on the site. Hoping to re-use some of it for 's experimental plots. Slow and steady wins the race!
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NYSDEC Aug 20
Although recyclable, batteries should never go in your household recycling bin. They require separate programs, some offered by a retailer near you! When properly recycled, batteries can be made into silverware, golf clubs, new batteries, or pots and pans!
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StratiReach Aug 18
'By moving from disposable to reusable you unlock epic design opportunities... [like] toothpaste tablets that dissolve into paste under running water'
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Recology CleanScapes Aug 20
Our team gives a group of environmental consultants the global picture on recycling before leading them on a tour of our Material Recovery Facility. What questions do you have about that we could answer here on Twitter?
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Media_Psych Aug 20
Can That Be Recycled? New Instagram Hotline Can Help via
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Tom Cheesewright 17h
I'll be on just before 11 tonight talking about all those old in your drawers - and the rare metals they contain
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Luis Tello 12h
You have no idea how much stuff I recycle in Olivia’s bedside table. There some things that were already recycled before I used for first time and then recycled again.
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John Stone Aug 20
3 simple and effective ways many countries are using to tackle It is possible to cut if and reusing, will be our destination!
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David Walker Aug 20
Clamshell : an example where even local makes no sense. As has long argued, we need to start figuring out what types of recycling are actually worth it.
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Visy Aug 20
Congratulations to the Smithfield team who were recently awarded the Risk Reduction Initiative Award for their Cultural Sustainability and Improvement Program which developed key initiatives to reduce risks in the workplace such as AAAs (Authorised Access Areas).
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Chad Thompson 10h
Here is a preview of the front page of The Messenger tomorrow.
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Mid & East Antrim BC 20h
Ever wondered what happens to your ? Then follow two easily recyclable items on their journey through the process and learn where they go and how they are !
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Lytchett Minster Sch Aug 21
We are pleased to work with to recycle our old IT equipment.
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MetroWasteAuthority Aug 20
If you answered no, you are correct! Styrofoam is not recyclable in your Curb It! cart!
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AtlasRVM Aug 19
Are you a visual person? Ambassador Jarrett is too & he enjoys seeing 👀 his used plastic go somewhere by with our reverse vending machines!
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North Tyneside Council Aug 19
Our wagons have had a makeover. Keep your eyes peeled for the new messages and help us make sure the right goes to the right place.
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