Marion County residents should dispose of electronics at so-called “ToxDrop” locations.
The Office of Sustainability in November put out two requests for consultants or teams to implement environmentally friendly initiatives.
The device is projected to save Prince Group office at Stifel Nicolaus & Co. more than $3,000 in paper alone.
Chicago-based Perpetual Recycling Solutions said it will purchase and renovate an existing, 100,000-square-foot facility in the city, with plans to create up to 55 jobs by 2012.
Heritage-Crystal Clean Inc. plans to build an oil re-refinery in Speedway, creating as many as 75 new jobs by 2013.
Indiana had suspended the fund for the Indiana Recycling Market Development Program last year. And last June, it shifted $11
million from the fund that finances loan and grant programs to attract recycling businesses to Indiana to the state's
main checking account.
say Indianapolis is moving forward on recycling, that environmental research is discovering promising technologies, and that
manufacturers are finding new things to make. Local cognoscenti from the green community testify to these developments in
five included videos.
Mayor Greg Ballard plans to renegotiate the city’s trash-collection-and-processing deals, a move aimed at boosting Indianapolis’
woeful 3.5-percent curbside-recycling rate and making the city one of the best environmental stewards in the Midwest.
Collectors and recyclers of obsolete electronics have until Jan. 1 to enroll with the state’s E-Waste Program.
West Lafayette’s city council has delayed implementation of a new “pay as you throw” garbage collection system.
August Mack Environmental Inc. renovated the historic Lexington building in downtown Indianapolis with recycled components
and energy-efficient lighting.
A solid majority of subscribers to IBJ Daily believes climate change is a serious problem, thinks carbon emissions
should be regulated, and wants Indianapolis to pursue mass transit on a broad scale, according to a poll conducted in July
The Indiana Recycling Coalition scored big in the just-concluded session of the Indiana General Assembly with the passage
of House Bill 1589, which requires that electronics manufacturers help pay for recycling of their old televisions and computer
The staff of the Indianapolis Museum of Art decided to recycle the parts of old theater seats to prevent them from being unloaded in a landfill.