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McDonald’s Says All Its Packaging Will Be Recyclable by 2025
Also, it’s aiming to put recycling bins in every store.
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Environmental Activists Hate Starbucks’s Unrecyclable Holiday Cups
The design once again fails to be something that stays out of landfills.
How New York Is Working to Revolutionize the Way the City Disposes of Food Waste
A seriously bulked-up organic recycling program will debut soon.
New Jersey Has a Bold Plan to Turn Supermarket Food Waste Into Energy
A new proposal would convert it into biofuel to power homes, businesses, and schools statewide.
This Device Will Turn Old Bottles Into Drinking Cups
As if you needed an excuse to drink more beer.
NYC Pizzerias Debut Delivery Boxes Made From Staten Island Trash
So you think about recycling while scarfing down that pie.
A Revolutionary Food-Waste Recycling Plant Is Opening in Long Island
The $40 million facility can turn 120,000 tons of food trash a year into energy.
New York Restaurants Might Have to Start Composting
The Sanitation Department will decide by July 1.
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Study Finds Recycling Efforts Fall ‘Significantly Short’ at Pretty
Don’t even ask about Dunkin’ Donuts and their foam cups.
Momofuku, Blue Hill, More Will Cut Down on Food Waste
Bloomberg Considering Ban on Styrofoam Cups
Watch out, deli owners and frat boys.
Slimy: Crooks Caught Slipping Off With Stephen Starr’s Used Fryer Oil
The Fryolater bandits were nabbed just around the corner from the crime scene.
Le Bec-Fin Gets Its First Ever Recycling Bin
It’s a first for the 42-year-old restaurant.
Chinatown Change: Two Pho Openings, and Dim Sum Goes Green
What’s new in Chinatown, including a new use for dim-sum-palace cooking oil.
Orlando Bloom Sheds Soaked Clothes in Vegas; Sun-Maid Raisin Girl Gets A
People are angry over the Sun Maid Raisin girl’s new look and California recycling programs are threatened by money worries.
Grease Is The Word
Santa Monica Restaurants Asked To Turn In Their Fats
Santa Monica will turn restaurant oil and grease into bio-fuel.
Adrian Grenier Still Hasn’t Been Kicked Out of the Park Slope Food Coop
But our spy has, and she has something to say about it.