Computing giant Microsoft is suing a Phoenix e-waste recycling firm in federal court, claiming that the company has been selling unauthorized copies of its software. Phoenix's E-Waste Harvesters and its principal, Earl Campbell, have repeatedly advertised and sold refurbished computers that contain ... More >>
Peoria officials are looking at dropping residents monthly garbage fees by 13 percent -- from $15.06 to $13.10. Hey, every penny counts. But it's likely that wouldn't be the case if they city hadn't forced its residents to embrace curbside recycling a few years back.
There's been much squawking in Phoenix about the need to outsource, to privatize and to slash government costs -- and it was a pledge that many of the six mayoral candidates made as they ran in the first leg of the Phoenix election.Now that the field of candidates in the mayor's race has been nar ... More >>
Image: www.azbordertrash.gov The state has launched a new Web site to bring attention to the trash dumped by border crossers in southern Arizona.A new Web site launched by the state of Arizona emphasizes the problem of litter from illegal border crossers and seeks volunteers f ... More >>
Trashy fashions on display at Sky Harbor
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Go eco (or maybe just lime) at this years offbeat processional
Installation explores the complicated nature of sustainability
Jill McCutcheon, executive director of Sedona Recycles, says the current state of recycling is the biggest Catch-22 she's ever seen. The non-profit northern Arizona company's education division did a stellar job convincing state residents to drop off cardboard goods at 13 sites around the Verde Vall ... More >>
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Something besides the dump stinks in Mobile
Are Phoenix taxpayers being taken to the dump?
The City of Phoenix has spent $30,000 and a year trying to figure out what's wrong at a water-treatment plant
RECYCLING MADE EASY! PHOENIX PROGRAM SPOTLIGHTS CA ALCADE OF TRASH.
GO AHEAD. THROW AWAY YOUR FUTURE. GARBOLOGIST BILL RATHJE WILL BE HAPPY.