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NASA studies recycling astronaut waste water

NASA scientists are testing water treatment technology that would allow astronauts to convert both sweat and urine into drinkable water. Employees at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., have begun a six-week trial... More...

Sony Launches Expanded Recycling Program

Starting on September 15, Sony Corporation will accept its products at 75 recycling stations around the USA, thanks to a partnership with Waste Management Incorporated. The recycling drop-off centers will accept any Sony or Sony... More...

Apple Computer Recycling Program Begins

Apple has activated its previously announced free computer take-back program, offering to recycle old computers for US customers when they buy a new Mac. While it does not yet offer this service in its other... More...

Canon loses printer recycling case

Selling recycled Canon printer cartridges does not constitute an infringement of the company's intellectual property, the Tokyo District Court has ruled. The judgement marks the latest stage in Canon's legal battle against printer cartridge recycler... More...

Lasers turn beam on TV recycling

Recycling a TV or PC monitor has always been somewhat expensive. Mainly due to the long and tedious process involved (separation of recyclable goods). Now a laser technique that can separate materials in... More...

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