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Cradle to Cradle Product Design Challenge

Circular Economy Product Design Challenge Kicks Off

The Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute and 3D design software firm Autodesk are calling on product designers to fuel the circular economy by participating in the second Cradle to Cradle Product Design Challenge. The challenge kicks off today and gives designers a chance to win up to $6,000 for … Read more »

Amcor Joins Recycling Partnership

The Recycling Partnership, a national recycling industry collective, has selected initial cities for activity and welcomed Amcor as its newest contributing partner, according to Curbside Value Partnership, which oversees the project. Founded on July 1, the Recycling Partnership has selected initial partner cities for the first round of work — but … Read more »

Lightweighting Vehicles Saves Fuel, Minimizes Environmental Footprint

Lightweighting Vehicles Saves Fuel, Minimizes Environmental Footprint

Glenn Daehn and Anthony Luscher from The Ohio State University discuss their lightweight metal-based vehicles research, which is funded by the Alcoa Foundation Advancing Sustainability Research Initiative. The Advancing Sustainability Research Initiative is managed by Alcoa Foundation and administered by the Institute of International Education (IIE).

Dr Pepper Donates $300,000 for Recycling Bins

Dr Pepper Snapple Group has donated $300,000 to Keep America Beautiful to put recycling bins in public parks. The Public Park Recycling Grant program is part of a one-year collaboration between the two organizations intended to increase recycling in city, regional and state parks across the US. Grant applications are … Read more »

Alcoa Investing $2m to Increase US Recycling Rate

Aluminum producer Alcoa and the Alcoa Foundation will invest $2 million to help fund a national initiative with Keep America Beautiful aimed at increasing the US recycling rate of aluminum, plastic, glass and paper to 75 percent by 2015. Alcoa, Alcoa Foundation and Keep America Beautiful made the announcement today … Read more »