28 Feb '12, 1pm

NASCAR Gives Green Flag to 'E-Scrap' Recycling Program

NASCAR Gives Green Flag to 'E-Scrap' Recycling Program

The sophisticated electronic components in race cars, fleet vehicles and the big rigs used for NASCAR are expected to be fodder for an e-waste program the racing organization is starting this season. NASCAR plans to work on the initiative with Creative Recycling Systems , based Tampa, Fla., in the latest addition to the racing organization's recycling program, which already claims bragging rights as the largest and most diverse in pro sports. NASCAR and CRS recently announced that the recycling firm has become one of the racing group's Official Green Partners. The company was introduced as a new green partner Friday in Daytona as fans and drivers prepared for the first race of the 2012 season in NASCAR's Sprint Cup Series. The new relationship has huge potential for expanding the scope and volume of recycling by NASCAR and its business-to-business partners, said Mike Lynch...

Full article: http://www.greenbiz.com/blog/2012/02/25/nascar-gives-gree...

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newelectronics.co.uk 24 Feb '12, 12pm

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searchengineland.com 02 Mar '12, 1pm

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See Inside a Canadian E-Waste Recycling Facility

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treehugger.com 29 Feb '12, 3pm

But the biggest difference between the US and Canada is in the way EPSC works to harmonize standards across provinces. Bec...

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greenkeyglobal.com 28 Feb '12, 6pm

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businessgreen.com 29 Feb '12, 11am

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buildinggreen.com 01 Mar '12, 9pm

A new feature article in Environmental Building News examines how a focus on resilient design could advance green building...

Could Smaller Trash Cans Boost Recycling?

Could Smaller Trash Cans Boost Recycling?

earth911.com 01 Mar '12, 4pm

Summit County, Utah is hoping smaller trash bins will promote recycling. Photo: Michael Coté via Flickr It’s a simple idea...

Career Opportunities Now Available Through 2012...

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San Francisco Commits to e-Stewards' Responsible Recycling Program

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greenbiz.com 23 Feb '12, 8pm

The City and County of San Francisco is continuing its environmental leadership today, announcing that it is just the thir...