The process is not beneficial just for the environment but also for the construction industry.
Developed by a Myanmar waste management startup, it aims to make waste-management environmentally friendly.
The prototype design concept showcases sustainable consumption through circularity of use.
A few cities are testing an innovative recycling scheme that lets riders pay for transportation with plastic bottles.
Thanks to the use of sensors, image recognition technology and AI - it makes sure we spend less time sifting through and sorting trash for recycling.
The technology not only exceeds the strength of bituminous asphalt, but is also made from recycled PET plastics in the polymer formula.
Called CanBank, it allows people to recycle plastic bottles and cans in exchange for rewards -- such as phone credit and promo codes.
A French initiative applies some of the same principles of organizations like Alcoholics Anonymous to entice people to recycle more.
The Battery Refund machine is a reverse vending machine for waste consumer batteries that can automate the collection of old batteries and reward people for their effort.