Each year new laws are passed to promote eco-friendly changes, and to prepare people to take notice of climate change.
You’re driving around town, and something catches your eye in the distance. Sometimes it’s an abandoned washing machine tilted on its side or an old cushion-less couch, all large and random, yet potentially costly. These randomly placed objects are the result of illegal dumping, an unfortunate common practice that come with environmental consequences. It happens
The California Beverage Container Recycling and Litter Reduction Act under CalRecycle was enacted in 1986 to promote the importance of reducing waste. The act states that every beverage container sold or offered for sale in California is required to have a minimum refund value also known as CRV or California Refund (or Redemption) Value.
PARC recognizes the growing problem, not only locally but across the USA and even the world is that most places have no control over the amount of waste being thrown away or tossed as pollution into the environment.
Electronic Recycling In Los Angeles, there’s a huge need for electronic recycling. Ultimately, this is global problem, in fact in the U.S., the EPA reports that e-waste represents about 2% of the dumped waste, but that amount accounts for about 70% of hazardous waste deposited in landfills. Currently, only 15-20% of e waste is recycled, meaning