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Avoiding the Watery Grave: How to Recycle Fiberglass Boats

Boating is a major industry in the U.S., with millions …

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What Happens to Airplanes No Longer Fit to Fly?

As a kid, I remember seeing striking pictures of massive …

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10 Things in Your Garage You Can Reuse or Recycle

Three out of four garages in the U.S. are too …

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The Startup Using Crows to Clean Up Cigarette Litter

Just how big of a problem is cigarette litter? The …

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The State of Recycling in India: Slow Improvements

In 2009, we wrote a series of articles called “Trash …

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10 Things in Your Bedroom You Can Reuse or Recycle

Part of the mission here at Earth911 is to help …

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Hurricane Cleanup: What Happens to All That Debris?

Two weeks after Hurricane Harvey devastated greater Houston with record-breaking …

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10 Things in Your Closet You Can Reuse or Recycle

I reached out with my left hand, grasping the cold …

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Why the Food Recovery Act Is Worth Supporting

Forty percent of food in the U.S. is wasted. That translates to 133 billions pounds wasted. Or, in money terms, uneaten food costs $161 billion. If we could recover 15 percent of this wasted food and give it to families in need, the number of…

Fatbergs: A Sewer Menace You Might Be Helping Create

My mom’s words rang in my ears: “Don’t pour grease down the drain!” But I was in college and had no idea what else to do with the bacon grease. It was only like a tablespoon, I rationalized, so down the drain it went with some hot water….