- Bio Bean🇬🇧
The world’s largest recycler of coffee grounds, Bio Bean recycle spent coffee grounds into sustainable products, like coffee logs for fires, and other biomass fuel.
- Blue Jeans Go Green🇺🇸
Send in your used jeans to get transformed into natural cotton fiber insulation, some of which is used to help with building efforts around the country.
- Burying Food Scraps
Composting can be time consuming, expensive, and if done incorrectly it can actually produce a lot of methane. If you've got a bit of space in your garden, this video shows how simply burying food scraps can be a quick and simple solution to get rid of waste and improve soil quality too.
- Circular Berlin🇩🇪
A Berlin based non-profit developing the local circular economy agenda through research, community-building and practical programmes. Good overview of events and initiatives happening in Berlin.
- EPA's Responsible Appliance Disposal🇺🇸
RAD is a voluntary partnership program that works with utilities, retailers, manufacturers, state and local government agencies, affiliates, and others to dispose of old refrigerated appliances using the best environmental practices available.
- GrowNYC Food Scrap Collection Schedule🇺🇸
Interactive map with over 150 residential Food Scrap Drop-Off sites in NYC.
Empowering people to clean the planet. Photograph a piece of litter, tag it, and discard properly. Participate in a challenge and hold wasteful brands accountable.
- Loop A Life - 100% Circular Fashion🇳🇱
This circular textile award winning brand sets the new standard by clothing from local raw salvaged materials, recycling them without any chemicals, generating no wastewater, recycling their own products at end-of-life, researching and developing new ways to develop circular products. They organize local sorting campaigns, workshops, collection campaigns, and facilitate other fashion companies in their circular transition. Each sweater saves 500 liters of water, 60mJ of energy, uses zero chemicals, and saves at least 6kg of C02 emissions (when compared to traditional manufacturing).
- Open Circularity🇩🇪
Lars Zimmermann runs Mifactori Design & Activism Studio in Berlin. This website is where he shares content & thoughts on Open Source Circularity. General idea is - open source all products, allowing them to be repaired or repurposed if they break rather than ending up in landfill.
- Precious Plastic
Open-source community who share instructions for creating plastic shredders, injectors, and sheet presses, so you can create anything you want from used plastic. Collect plastic from neighbors, clean it, shred it, 3D print a mold, and create anything you can imagine! You can buy the machines too if making them is out of your wheelhouse.
- Recycle Now🇬🇧
Find out where to recycle pretty much anything, including aerosols, old mobile phones, soft plastics, and get advice on how to reduce waste too.
Napkins, carrier bags, salad boxes, sushi trays, cutlery, disposable coffee cups, all made from plants using renewable, lower carbon, recycled or reclaimed materials, and designed to be commercially compostable with food waste, where accepted.
- What is my lamp worth?🇳🇱
Find the nearest collection points for discarded electrical appliances and energy-efficient light bulbs. This site helps you responsibly recycle, donate, repair, or sell electrical appliances and lights.