Texas landfills are leaking toxins into groundwater (Interactive Map)
From our blog: Use our interactive map to see which landfills in your area are self-reporting leaks into groundwater.
Texas environmentalists call for change of chemical policies in Walgreen’s Products
CW 39: Folks upset with Walgreen’s about chemicals in its products are protesting at the corner of sad and toxic.
Report: Recycling Not Included
TCE Fund’s 2015 report makes the case for extended producer responsibility for single-use and rechargeable batteries to conserve resources and make recycling more accessible.
Protesting pirates demand change from local company
WISC-TV: Over two dozen environmental protesters from Texas and Madison came together to bring a message to Spectrum Brands.
Spectrum Brands’ ties with Clean Lakes Alliance prompting festival protest
Capital Times: The connection between Spectrum Brands, the maker of Rayovac batteries, and the Clean Lakes Alliance is prompting a protest Saturday at one of the Clean Lakes Alliance’s biggest annual fundraisers, the Clean Lakes Festival.
Consortium targets Capri Sun in new push to emphasize recycling
Plastic News: A coalition of organizations devoted to waste and recycling, plastic pollution and resource conservation today launched the Make It, Take It Campaign, a collaborative effort to pressure consumer goods companies to take responsibility for packaging waste.
Environmental groups press Rayovac for battery recycling
Waste and Recycling News: The non-profit group Texas Campaign for the Environment is leading the charge to press the Wisconsin-based company to adopt an extended producer responsibility policy.
Electronics Retailers Receive Fs on Recycling Report Card
Environmental Leader: Staples, Best Buy and Office Depot are the only three major electronics retailers making a serious effort to help consumers recycle their old electronic products, says a report card released yesterday by the Electronics TakeBack Coalition.
Interfaith Coalition Urges Walmart to “Take It Back”
Triple Pundit: While commending Walmart for its sustainability efforts that the company has ramped up since 2005, the reverends, priests, rabbis, imams and activists from churches and activist organizations demand that Walmart do even more.