Pepsi releases numbers for Dream Machines by Jake Thomas

May 3rd 2012 - PepsiCo has unveiled the two-year results of its Dream Machine project, which is intended to provide recycling receptacles in high-traffic public places, such as gas stations, retail stores, sports stadiums and others, while also providing consumers an incentive to not trash their recyclables while on the go. Read More

 Study: Single-stream is more wasteful, expensive by Chrissy Kadleck

April 25 2012 - Sorted recycling systems win out over single-stream recycling in a head-to-head competition when the municipal playing fields are even, according to a research report that tracked outcomes in United Kingdom markets over a four-year period. Read More

Dream Machine results nice, but far from meeting needs by Jake Thomas

April 26 2012 - PepsiCo has unveiled the two-year results of its Dream Machine project, which is intended to provide recycling receptacles in high-traffic public places, such as gas stations, retail stores, sports stadiums and others, while also providing consumers an incentive to not trash their recyclables while on the go. Read More

Conference explores sustainable packaging trends by Lisa Pierce

March 30, 2012 - Florida -  In its sixth edition, the annual Sustainability in Packaging Conference sponsored by Packaging Digest and Pira Intl. demonstrates the evolution of sustainability in the packaging segment.This year's conference, held March 12-14 in Orlando, FL, highlighted sustainable packaging developments and the latest advances in the science of sustainability. Read More

2011

Recycling group: Bottle deposit states create more jobs Shawn Wright

Dec. 15, 2011 Bottle deposit return systems create 11 to 38 times more jobs than curbside recycling systems for beverage containers, a recently released report has found. Waste & Recycling News

Story Features CRI!

Returning to Work By Clarissa Morawski and Jeff Morris

December 2011 Workers are needed in landfilling, curbside recycling, and container deposit return. But which sector brings the most much-needed jobs to the U.S. economy? Our authors provide a detailed analysis of the positive impact container deposit return programs can have on job creation. Resource Recycling

CRI mentioned: Understanding what these job impacts are, at each and every stage of resource extraction and recovery, is what guided new research just released by the Container Recycling Institute.

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