"CBS This Morning" checks in on EcoATM, a California company that makes kiosks for trading in old phones and other gadgets for instant cash. It's not your typical money machine.
CEO Dennis Crowley on the benefits--to consumers and to Foursquare--that come from taking user data and creating recommendations.
Apple is trading in your unwanted gadgets with a new Reuse and Recycling scheme.
The Empire State Building gets a makeover, the Samsung Intensity isn't all that intense, and hi-tech trash bins will make you recycle.
With America Recycles Day around the corner, here are some tips and things to consider when it comes to recycling electronics and e-waste.
A U.N. study finds that metal recycling varies greatly, and recycling of minerals vital to energy products, such as LED bulbs, solar cells, and wind turbines, is virtually nonexistent.
Recycling your cell phones is very easy with options from carriers, manufacturers, and retailers. CNET takes a look at the best carrier-sponsored programs.
Plain old microbes and some more experimental technologies can help municipalities cut garbage tipping fees and capture valuable bio-energy and compost.
CNET's Martin LaMonica follows recycling waste on the next step of its life: a high-tech, single-stream recycling center where machines do the bulk of the heavy lifting.
A waste recycling center uses a series of machines to automatically sort material to enable single-stream recycling for consumers.