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To Recycle Batteries or Not The Good and the Bad

Regular readers know that Pale Blue Earth is passionate about battery recycling (stay tuned for news about our efforts around National Battery Day which is coming up soon). That being the case, we thought it might be helpful to look at the good and bad of the recycling equation. We will actually start with the bad because doing so reinforces the good that comes from recycling batteries.

German Company Launches Lithium Battery Recycling Plant

Do You Know the Battery Recycling Laws in Your State?

Battery recycling in the United States is regulated by both federal and state authorities. Federal laws are comparatively minimal, which has led multiple states to come up with their own regulations. Our question for you...

5 Practical Benefits of Reducing Your Personal Waste Stream

Every human being produces waste. Unfortunately, many of us produce more than we really need to. It is that excess waste that we should be trying to reduce as much as possible. From our perspective,...

Do You Know What the EPA Says About Household Battery Disposal?

Household batteries are pretty much mandatory these days. They power everything from flashlights to remote controls and Xbox controllers. Needless to say, the average home has plenty of household batteries installed in devices and laying...

How Much Do You Know about Those Recycling Numbers on Plastics

Pale Blue Earth breaks down the reasoning and meaning behind the recycling numbers on plastics.