Posted on October 4th, 2011 No comments
The Can Manufacturers Institute (CMI), (www.cancentral.com) Washington, D.C., has launched a new education and marketing campaign called “Pass It On.” The campaign, launched at the Pack Expo 2011 show in Las Vegas in late September, is designed to highlight the benefits of recycling steel and aluminum cans. According to a CMI news release, the campaign showcases the can industry’s commitment to sustainability as well as its recycling efforts
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CMI Debuts New Recycling Campaign
Companies will be working with Los Angeles, New York City supermarkets to provide coupons in exchange for recyclables.
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Tomra, Unilever Launch Promotion to Boost Recycling
In two months city sees close to 2.5 million pounds of material diverted from landfills.
Alliance for Beverage Cartons and the Environment reports 33 percent recycling rate in Europe.
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Beverage Carton Recycling Continues to Grow
Car manufacturer will offer up to $1,000 as an incentive for Canadians trading in older vehicles.
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Hyundai Auto Canada Offers Incentive for Auto Scrap Program
Former Schnitzer Steel Industries employee is named Alter’s Chief Officer of Operations.
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Alter Trading Names Jay Robinovitz to Operations Position
More than 50 glass manufacturers working to highlight glass recycling Sept.
Posted on June 17th, 2009 No comments
Aluminum Beverage Can Recycling in Western Europe increases to 62%
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European UBC Recycling Rate Climbs