It’s a consumer-packaging fairy tale: Recyclable bottles and cans become art at Hermosa Beach Pier

September 17th, 2018 - The nonprofit Container Recycling Institute created “Let’s Sea Change,” an in-the-sand art installation adjacent to the Hermosa Beach Pier on Monday. The medium? Hundreds of used beverage containers. Read More

See 839 bottles and cans destined for recycling become an art installation in Hermosa Beach

September 17th, 2018 - These recyclables magically became art on Monday, Sept. 17, adjacent to the Hermosa Beach Pier. And then they changed back into recyclables. And later, of course, they'll get changed into something else. Because they're recyclables, of course. Read More

This Art In Hermosa Beach Shows You How Many Bottles And Cans You Use Each Year

September 17th, 2018 - Ever wonder how many recyclable bottles and cans you consume every year, or what it might look like if you tossed them all into one big pile? Read More

Here's Why There's A Dolphin Shaped Installation At Hermosa Beach

September 17th, 2018 - If you live around Hermosa Beach or have stopped by you've probably noticed 2 HUGE DOLPHINS made out recyclables. Read More

Bottle/Can Sand Art Design Highlights Beverage Container Waste

September 17th, 2018 - The Container Recycling Institute (CRI) this week created its second annual one-day beverage container sand art installation at Hermosa Beach Pier, at a time of declining U.S. recycling rates and amid a rising tide of concern over the growing amount of litter that reaches our oceans. Read More