Are squeaky clean bottles and cans actually better for recycling?
A recent study found the annual carbon emissions produced by the manufacture, use, and disposal of 131 million microwaves in the EU equals the yearly emissions of ~7,000,000 cars.
Scientists may have found a solution for polyethylene pollution.
You've seen the recycling logo, three arrows pointing around in an endless loop. This is a little misleading though. Find out why!
What if a nice, protein-rich insect doesn't get trapped in the web every day? What's a hungry orb-weaver to do?
Christmas is over but what should you do with your Christmas tree?
Ever wonder what actually happens when recycling plastics? Learn about the process on this Moment of Science.
Learn how scientists are recycling brewery waste to create energy.
Turkey isn't just what's for dinner anymore. Waste from the feathered holiday creature can now be transformed into other kinds of energy.
It’s a question that echoes through the aisles of supermarkets across the country, but is there a right answer? The city of San Francisco thinks so: paper.