Donations are being made to fund the burial of a newborn boy whose body was found in a suburban Detroit recycling center.
Oh Christmas tree, oh Christmas tree, how I want to recycle thee!
Gov. Rick Snyder announced a plan in April to double the state’s residential recycling rate to 30 percent within the next two years.
The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality is offering $250,000 in grants to help communities develop recycling programs.
“It’s time to reclaim our leadership position,” Snyder said “If we can recycle more, it’s good for economic growth and potentially creating jobs.”
This season, Oakland County is making holiday cleanup easy and “green” by offering free, self-serve Christmas tree recycling.
General Motors announced Tuesday that the GM Renaissance Center, the six-tower office complex that dominates Detroit’s skyline and has its own ZIP code, now recycles, reuses or converts all its daily waste to energy, sending zero to landfills.
When you turn on your tree, and the family sighed, because there’s a light that won’t light on one side, don’t throw old lights away, that’s wasteful, you see — recycle them instead with the RSOC.
The latest news of events and meetings planned by Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions and groups.
“This is not an effort to undo Michigan’s bottle bill. This is about expanding Michigan’s recycling ethic.”