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Electrical Item Recycling Is Working in Ireland

The report in question details a relationship between WEEE Ireland and a company known as KMK Metals. The relationship has been ongoing since 2005. During that time, the partners have managed to recycle more than 200 million electrical devices. They have also recycled over 18,000 tons of batteries. That equates to literally billions of battery cells that never made it to landfills and whose constituent materials could then be reused in the manufacturing of new products.

5 Sustainable New Year's Resolutions You Can Actually Keep

It is that time of year again when the New Year's resolutions come hard and heavy. We are ready to make changes that are going to make us better people and members of our families...

German Company Launches Lithium Battery Recycling Plant

Yes, You Can Turn Your Apartment into a More Sustainable Space

Sustainability is a big part of the mission here at Pale Blue Earth. One of our goals is to contribute to the global effort to maintain the planet and its ecosystems so that future generations...

What Single Use Plastics and Disposable Batteries Have in Common

5 Ideas for a More Sustainable 2022 Holiday Season

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,...

Sustainability Perspectives Being a Steward of the Land

Ask ten people to describe what sustainability looks like and you are likely to get some variation in their answers. That's okay. Sustainability isn't a single exercise or action. The principle itself is actually quite...