Israel Company Recycles Fiber Found in Sewage

An Israeli firm called Applied CleanTech has developed a system that picks out the fibers found in sewage from raw urban and industrial...

Sewage Water Turned into Beer at US Treatment Facility

The US water management utility company, Clean Water Services, claims to be in a possession of a water treatment system that can convert human...

Europe’s Largest Phone Battery Recycling Company Reduces Your Phone’s Carbon Footprint by 90%

Improvements and ground breaking discoveries that can boost the performance of lithium-ion batteries have flooded the news over the past few years. And there...

One Full Meal a Day Ends Up in British Trash, According To Report

There is no way to sugar-coat this piece of news. While millions of children around the world die each day due to lack of...

EU Asks for Commitment to Preservation of Raw Materials

This week, a Strategic Implementation Plan (SIP) was released by the European Union’s High Level Steering Group of the European Innovation Partnership (EIP) on...

Biweekly Recycling Improves Rates by 9 Percent

The University of Southampton conducted a study that has determined alternate weekly collection (AWC) systems for recyclables raises recycling rates by 9%. Even though many...

Ekocycle: Coca Cola’s 3D Printer that Recycles Bottles, at Home

The attention that has been paid on plastic pollution over the course of the past few years has grown incredibly. Nevertheless, for every article...

Five Green Tech – New Year’s Resolutions for 2016

Looking for New Year's resolutions? Here are five green suggestions. It is that time of the year again, wen we look in retrospect, we analyze...

Fresh Water for Seaside Communities this Christmas

Probably one of the most frustrating situations to be in is being marooned on an island in the middle of the ocean without fresh...

Rapid Re(F)use Initiative Could Turn New York’s Trash Into New Islands

A new initiative called Rapid Re(F)use has an aim to recycle and reuse New York's waste by turning it into various structures and islands...