ReCircle Recycling: The world’s first 100% closed-loop domestic recycling appliance

Less than 9% of what we recycle actually gets turned back into its original product. Instead, most of our recycling goes to landfill or is used to produce low-grade products, such as road base or carpet lining. The ReCircle appliance will keep plastics, glass and metals separate so that it can wash, process and compact them – producing valuable, 100% pure closed-loop recycled products ready for manufacturers to purchase and use again in new products. This means less virgin material is required to produce the billions of containers we use every day. Read all about it at https://www.recirclerecycling.com

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The Australian Council of Recycling (ACOR) has laid out a roadmap for how a recycling system reboot could work

The Australian Council of Recycling (ACOR) has laid out a roadmap for how a recycling system reboot could work

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A fashion brand that offers recycling

Patagonia accepts clothing back that functions perfectly and is in good condition. When you bring back your quality, used Patagonia gear they’ll give you credit that can be used in Patagonia retail stores, on WornWear.com and Patagonia.com. They accept most Patagonia garments including Men’s, Women’s, and Kids’ in both sportswear and technical styles. They also accept Patagonia luggage. https://wornwear.patagonia.com/how-it-works

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Recycling hotel toiletries

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Every day millions of hotel toiletries are being sent to landfill around the world. Meantime poor sanitation is killing millions of people in the developing world. CleantheWorld now collects these toiletries and has distributed more than 40 million bars of soap to impoverished people in 115 countries. http://www.traveller.com.au/the-shameful-truth-about-what-happens-to-your-hotel-toiletries-gw4uge#ixzz4hI0rF0U0

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97% of plastic bottles recycled

An industry-led scheme in Norway is credited with increasing plastic bottle recycling levels to 97 per cent. Consumers pay a small additional charge on each bottle they buy. When the bottle is returned either to the shop or a recycling machine, the deposit is refunded. Shops are given a small handling fee for taking the returned bottles. Recycling machines – often found in supermarkets – read the barcodes of the bottles and usually offer customers vouchers for the shop, or the option of making a charitable donation. www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/uk-plastic-bottle-recycling-system-norway-adopt-ocean-pollution-latest-news-a8198761.html

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World’s first shopping mall for recycled goods

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This mall in Sweden contains both a recycling center and shops. Customers can donate the items that they no longer need, then shop for something else. Dropped off goods are sorted into various workshops where they are refurbished or repaired. Products are then sorted into 14 specialty shops that include furniture, computers, audio equipment, clothes, toys, bikes, and gardening and building materials. https://www.google.com.au/amp/s/makewealthhistory.org/2017/03/22/the-worlds-first-mall-for-recycled-goods/amp/

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A solar powered machine that recycles waste into tiles

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This Trashpresso machine holds a complete mobile waste recycling plant capable of upcycling plastic and fabric waste into architectural tiles. A key element is the solar panels on its exterior, which means that it doesn’t require access to the grid or a generator to produce enough electricity for the waste upcycling processes. Another is its size that allows it to be moved nearly anywhere a tractor trailer can reach, including remote locations. https://www.treehugger.com/sustainable-product-design/solar-powered-trashpresso-converts-plastic-and-fabric-waste-floor-tiles.html

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