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Rise in takeout waste presents new opportunity for reusable containers

With office and indoor dining activity greatly diminished during the pandemic, takeout boxes and other containers are increasingly common in the residential stream. California company Dispatch Goods aims to change that. Read More... ...
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China Proposes New Food Waste Law

Binge-eating videos in China – and around the world – is all the rage. In China, a new law has been proposed to stop food waste. Under the new law, anyone who posts videos online that promote overeating will face fines of up to 100,000 yuan (US$15,3 Read More... ...
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Stores pay millions in California hazardous waste disposal suits – E-Scrap News

Retailers in recent months have agreed to pay over $8 million to settle accusations they illegally landfilled electronics and other hazardous waste in California. In one case, trashed e-scrap was suspected to have ignited two fires. Most recently, Walgreens agreed …Continue Reading→ Source: Stores pay millions in California hazardous waste disposal suits - E-Scrap News ...
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Top 5 Right to Repair Wins of 2020 – iFixit

It was far from the easiest year to get people’s attention. But the movement to let everyone fix the things they own made big gains in 2020. Source: Top 5 Right to Repair Wins of 2020 - iFixit ...
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What Greenpeace’s Lawsuit Against Walmart Says About the State of Plastics Recycling

Greenpeace filed a lawsuit against Walmart this week alleging the company is using “unlawful, unfair, and deceptive” practices regarding the recyclability of packaging on its private-label plastic products. The 30-page document filed in California S Read More... ...
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