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campbell looking to regulate location of donation bins


the city of campbell has its eye on regulating public donation bins where people can leave used textiles and clothing.on april 18 the city council is expected to review a proposed ordinance amendment that will regulate location and operation of the bins. the move is an attempt to bring order to bins that often become targets for graffiti, litter and illegal dumping of larger objects and clothing.according to city code enforcement officer charlotte andreen, the city was made aware of donation or collection bins being placed in the city without property owners’ permission. she said clothing was being left outside the bins on private or public property.“i did a city-wide sweep in may of 2015, and i noticed nearly 40 collection containers within our six square miles,” andreen told the planning






'drive-through' rubbish bins aim to keep motorways clean


image copyrighthighways englandimage caption highways england say the window height bins are easier for drivers to dispose of litter without leaving their vehicles drivers are being encouraged to throw rubbish out of their windows into bright orange bins in a bid to keep motorways cleaner.the funnel-shaped bins would be introduced at 25 service areas in the north west, said highways england.they are designed so drivers do not need to leave their vehicles. the first are on the m6 at lymm, cheshire.clean up britain founder john read described the funnel bins as a low-cost gimmick.highways england said the first bins were aimed at lorry drivers, as many hgvs used the motorway services, further funnel bins would be installed for both cars and lorries at other service stations in the coming wee






savage garbage truck eats two bins and just drives off


think recycling is for softies? think again. watch this recycling truck come by, destroy two bins like it’s nothing, and then just drive off.full story at youtube.more great vids. posted by josh urich






philip may: 'i take the bins out'


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ohio airport rolling out self-sanitizing bins at checkpoint


green, ohio — an ohio airport says it's the first in the world to place self-sanitizing, germ-killing mats inside bins at security checkpoints.the canton repository reports the akron-canton airport has added liners using mineral nanocrystals that react to light and create a germ-killing chemical reaction.the airport says the mats are more effective at killing germs than bleach and continuously break down organic contaminants.western reserve hospital in cuyahoga falls says it's providing the mats to the airport as part of its commitment to public health and safety.the same germ-killing material has been added to handles on bins.






ohio airport rolling out self-sanitizing bins at checkpoint


green, ohio (ap) — an ohio airport says it’s the first in the world to place self-sanitizing, germ-killing mats inside bins at security checkpoints.the canton repository reports the akron-canton airport has added liners using mineral nanocrystals that react to light and create a germ-killing chemical reaction.the airport says the mats are more effective at killing germs than bleach and continuously break down organic contaminants.western reserve hospital in cuyahoga falls says it’s providing the mats to the airport as part of its commitment to public health and safety.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.the same germ-killing material has been added to handles on bins.___information from: the repository, http://www.cantonrep.com






worms eat your scraps, produce a plant fertilize in return


dear garden coach: i live in a condominium with a small patio where i garden. i don’t have a place for a compost pile, but am thinking about a worm bin. can you advise on the best way to get one started and how to care for it?r. fong, bay areadear r: worm bins are self contained and easy to maintain. however, they are a bit different from a compost pile where you add materials from your garden as you maintain it. worm bins use kitchen waste.i have been vermicomposting for about 25 years. i have the same box that i started as a project with my daughter when she was in third grade. each spring i harvest the castings to use as a top dressing for my container plants and they love it.red wigglers (eisenia foetida) are used in worm bins. they love a warm habitat, ideally between 55 and 77 degree






should parents pay to bin used nappies?


image copyrightgetty imagesparents have raised a stink over "ridiculous" plans by some councils in england and wales to charge them to take away nappies on top of their household waste. among the gripes is that bin collections are getting less frequent and cause a smelly pile-up. so what options do parents have?what are nappy bins and how much are they?nappy bins are not always free - or available - across the uk.dorset, for example, recently introduced a £13 charge for an annual supply of nappy sacks, which are available for children up to age three. councils in bournemouth and poole let households of five people or more buy an extra bin for £43.kalpana fitzpatrick, a journalist from london, thinks the charges are "absolutely ridiculous". she tweeted: "why not introduce a tax for dog owne






should parents pay to bin used nappies?


image copyrightgetty imagesparents have raised a stink over "ridiculous" plans by some councils in england and wales to charge them to take away nappies on top of their household waste. among the gripes is that bin collections are getting less frequent and cause a smelly pile-up. so what options do parents have?what are nappy bins and how much are they?nappy bins are not always free - or available - across the uk.dorset, for example, recently introduced a £13 charge for an annual supply of nappy sacks, which are available for children up to age three. councils in bournemouth and poole let households of five people or more buy an extra bin for £43.kalpana fitzpatrick, a journalist from london, thinks the charges are "absolutely ridiculous". she tweeted: "why not introduce a tax for dog owne






why so much stuff placed in california recycling bins ends up in the landfill


don’t assume just because you tossed that empty container into the blue bin that it actually got reborn into a carpet, a t-shirt or another container.in fact, about a quarter of material placed in those containers around the state won’t be recycled at all.while much from those containers gets remade – much is shipped to china for processing – the amount that doesn’t could be rising even as enthusiasm for recycling and living greener soars, according to the container recycling institute.“the public is doing wishful recycling,” said mark murray, executive director of californians against waste.many consumers see the big colored, rolling receptacles that have become staples of suburban streets as catch-all bins. they toss into those bins tons of material that can’t be reused – everything from






where does all the airport garbage go?


how sea-tac reduces daily waste – and how travelers can help. every day an average of 1,045 flights arrive at and depart from seattle-tacoma international airport. every day an average of 125,000 travelers fly through sea-tac – many of them grabbing a quick drink or bite to eat along the way.to manage the mountain of garbage left behind by all those people, the airport has been working for nearly 25 years to reduce, reuse, and recycle.last year sea-tac’s passenger terminals generated 7,320 tons of trash, according to the port of seattle, with 87 percent coming from concession stands, public areas, and disposal of passenger trash from airplanes.thanks to sea-tac’s waste minimization program, established in 1993, a good deal of airport trash gets recycled or, composted. last year, one-third






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how sea-tac reduces daily waste – and how travelers can help. every day an average of 1,045 flights arrive at and depart from seattle-tacoma international airport. every day an average of 125,000 travelers fly through sea-tac – many of them grabbing a quick drink or bite to eat along the way.to manage the mountain of garbage left behind by all those people, the airport has been working for nearly 25 years to reduce, reuse, and recycle.last year sea-tac’s passenger terminals generated 7,320 tons of trash, according to the port of seattle, with 87 percent coming from concession stands, public areas, and disposal of passenger trash from airplanes.thanks to sea-tac’s waste minimization program, established in 1993, a good deal of airport trash gets recycled or, composted. last year, one-third






nyc officials abandon subway trash bin ban experiment


new york — faced with too much trash in one of the world's biggest — and arguably dirtiest — subway systems, new york transit officials tried an unusual social experiment. they removed garbage bins from 39 out of the more than 400 stations, figuring that would deter people from bringing trash into the system.that was a no-go in a go-go city where eating and drinking is often done on the run.people who toss their soda bottles and potato chip bags onto platforms and tracks kept doing it, causing fires. and hungry rats kept scurrying through stations, drawn by garbage.the metropolitan transportation authority run by new york state decided to put the bins back."it took the mta five years, but we are gratified that it recognized the need to end this controversial experiment that showed little t






rats! dc working to fight rodent problem as complaints rise


washington (ap) — the nation’s capital is taking a modern approach to dealing with an old problem: rats.news media outlets report that the number of requests for rodent abatement increased from 2,300 in 2015 to more than 3,500 last year. that’s an increase of 65 percent.in an effort to manage the rat population, the district will be offering grants of up to $13,500 to some businesses for rodent-proof trash compactors.the city also is putting 25 solar trash cans and 400 smart litter bins in so-called “rat hotspots.” smart litter bins come with sensors that monitor the amount of waste in the bin, among other things.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.mayor muriel bowser says the city is taking a “comprehensive and 21st-century approach to an old problem.”






nyc officials abandon subway trash bin ban experiment


new york (ap) — faced with too much trash in one of the world’s biggest — and arguably dirtiest — subway systems, new york transit officials tried an unusual social experiment. they removed garbage bins from 39 out of the more than 400 stations, figuring that would deter people from bringing trash into the system.that was a no-go in a go-go city where eating and drinking is often done on the run.people who toss their soda bottles and potato chip bags onto platforms and tracks kept doing it, causing fires. and hungry rats kept scurrying through stations, drawn by garbage.the metropolitan transportation authority run by new york state decided to put the bins back.most read stories3-course dinners for $32 starting april 2.“it took the mta five years, but we are gratified that it recognized th






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6 things your blood type can say about your health


blood type is one of the body’s more mysterious taxonomies. there are four bins our blood can fall into — a, b, ab, and o — and together they represent the four groups of antigens found on the surfaces of red blood cells. but they don’ t just signal who we can donate to and receive…






army packing hack will get your shirts down to the smallest size possible


getting everything into one carryon bag is a challenge, and airlines don’t make it any easier with their constantly shrinking overhead bins. use this hack to cram more shirts into less space.full story at youtube.more great vids. posted by josh urich






faster, automated security lanes arriving at msp


p o from the metropolitan airports commission: an automated security lane in atlanta.p engers flying out of minneapolis-st. paul international airport could soon p through security checkpoints a whole lot faster.new automated security lanes that have moved p engers and carry-on luggage through the screening process up to 40 percent faster at other airports could be in place at msp by summer. this week, a metropolitan airports commission committee approved spending $1.6 million for four "innovation lanes" the full commission will vote on the plan at its feb. 21 meeting, said spokesman patrick hogan.four lanes would be installed in the south security checkpoint in terminal 1 with additional lanes added over the next two years, the commission said.the system approved by the transportation sec






faster, automated security lanes coming to msp airport


p o from the metropolitan airports commission: an automated security lane in atlanta.p engers flying out of minneapolis-st. paul international airport could soon p through security checkpoints a whole lot faster.new automated security lanes that have moved p engers and carry-on luggage through the screening process up to 40 percent faster at other airports could be in place at msp by summer. this week, a metropolitan airports commission committee approved spending $1.6 million for four "innovation lanes" the full commission will vote on the plan at its feb. 21 meeting, said spokesman patrick hogan.four lanes would be installed in the south security checkpoint in terminal 1 with additional lanes added over the next two years, the commission said.the system approved by the transportation sec






tsa tests screening larger electronic devices separately


travelers at some u.s. airports are being asked to place electronic devices bigger than a cellphone in separate bins so that they can be examined more closely.the transportation security administration said wednesday that it has been testing the procedure at 10 airports for more than a year, and it may be expanded nationwide.tsa officials say overstuffed bags take longer to examine with x-ray machines. the pilot program is “an effort to de-clutter baggage,” said agency spokesman michael england.there are no changes to what is allowed in carry-on bags, and people enrolled in the precheck program can still leave laptops in their bags during screening, he said.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.most travelers already must remove laptops from bags when they go through se






st. paul recycling collection still a problem for some residents


a few months after the st. paul city council gave eureka recycling staff a dressing-down over problems with the city’s new recycling program, an update from the company wednesday elicited a slightly warmer response.the tonnage of recycling collected in st. paul is up by more than 15 percent with the new program, which started in january. several council members said they were excited to hear that statistic, but they noted that issues with missed recycling bins persist in some corners of the city.city staff are dealing with resident complaints about uncollected recycling, particularly when people can’t get through to eureka, council member chris tolbert said.“our city staff have plenty of work to do. they shouldn’t be doing the customer service that we contracted for,” said tolbert, who war






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travelers at some u.s. airports are being asked to place electronic devices bigger than a cellphone in separate bins so that they can be examined more closely.the transportation security administration said wednesday that it has been testing the procedure at 10 airports for more than a year, and it may be expanded nationwide.tsa officials say overstuffed bags take longer to examine with x-ray machines. the pilot program is “an effort to de-clutter baggage,” said agency spokesman michael england.there are no changes to what is allowed in carry-on bags, and people enrolled in the precheck program can still leave laptops in their bags during screening, he said.most travelers already must remove laptops from bags when they go through security checkpoints. in the test lanes at the 10 airports,






five months in, st. paul recycling collection still a problem for some residents


a few months after the st. paul city council gave eureka recycling staff a dressing down over problems with the city’s new recycling program, an update from the company wednesday elicited a slightly warmer response.the tonnage of recycling collected in st. paul is up by more than 15 percent with the new program, which started in january. several council members said they were excited to hear that statistic, but noted that issues with missed recycling bins persist in some corners of the city.city staff have to deal with residents’ complaints about uncollected recycling, particularly when people can’t get through to eureka, council member chris tolbert said.“our city staff have plenty of work to do. they shouldn’t be doing the customer service that we contracted for,” said tolbert, who warne






be sure to recycle, not 'wish-cycle'


recyclable materials zip along a conveyor belt in shakopee as workers scramble to grab what doesn’t belong: plastic bags, shredded paper, clothes hangers, a giant poster of garfield.it’s all evidence of “wish-cycling,” the well-intended pitching of trash into the big blue single-sort recycling bins in hopes that it can, somehow, be recycled. but those unwanted items are a headache for recyclers, who are left with gummed-up sorting machines, less valuable recyclables and a pile of trash.a group of recyclers, waste haulers, and city, county and state officials has been meeting for the past year to develop clearer and more consistent guidelines for the public about what’s acceptable to toss in curbside recycling bins — and what’s not.“people want to do the right thing,” said julie moore, who






msp down to 1 tsa checkpoint for next 3 weeks


photo from the metropolitan airports commission: an automated security lane in atlantapassengers flying out of minneapolis-st. paul international airport may need extra time to pass through security as all the general lanes at the south security checkpoint in terminal 1 will be closed for the next three weeks.lanes at the south checkpoint used by tsa pre-check passengers will stay open while all other passengers will be directed to use the north checkpoint, airport officials said.starting tuesday, crews will begin installing four “innovation lanes," which will automate many of the functions currently done manually. during construction, passengers are advised to arrive two hours early for domestic flights and three hours for international flights.when the lanes become operational in early s






msp will be reduced to 1 tsa checkpoint for next 3 weeks


photo from the metropolitan airports commission: an automated security lane in atlantapassengers flying out of minneapolis-st. paul international airport may need extra time to pass through security as all the general lanes at the south security checkpoint in terminal 1 will be closed for the next three weeks.lanes at the south checkpoint used by tsa pre-check passengers will stay open while all other passengers will be directed to use the north checkpoint, airport officials said.starting tuesday, crews will begin installing four “innovation lanes," which will automate many of the functions currently done manually. during construction, passengers are advised to arrive two hours early for domestic flights and three hours for international flights.when the lanes become operational in early s






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dustbin man builds free library of thrown away books


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption jose alberto gutierrez has rescued books from the rubbish to create a free library a dustbin man in bogota in colombia, who never studied further than primary school, has gathered a library of more than 20,000 thrown away books.the collection began 20 years ago, when jose alberto gutierrez fished out a discarded copy of tolstoy's novel anna karenina.he now offers his books to other people as a free community library."i realised that people were throwing books away in the rubbish. i started to rescue them," he said.mr gutierrez, who has gained the nickname the lord of the books, began collecting books that had been dumped in the waste bins in wealthier parts of the city.he would take them out of the rubbish and retrieve them for families in poorer ar






america’s other drug problem is that people can’t afford necessary medication


every week in des moines, iowa, the employees of a small nonprofit collect bins of unexpired prescription drugs tossed out by nursing homes after residents died, moved out or no longer needed them. the drugs are given to patients who couldn’t otherwise afford them. but travel 1,000 miles east to long island, new york, and you’ll…






dustbin man builds free library of thrown away books


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption jose alberto gutierrez has rescued books from the rubbish to create a free library a dustbin man in bogota in colombia, who never studied further than primary school, has gathered a library of more than 20,000 thrown away books.the collection began 20 years ago, when jose alberto gutierrez fished out a discarded copy of tolstoy's novel anna karenina.he now offers his books to other people as a free community library."i realised that people were throwing books away in the rubbish. i started to rescue them," he said.mr gutierrez, who has gained the nickname the lord of the books, began collecting books that had been dumped in the waste bins in wealthier parts of the city.he would take them out of the rubbish and retrieve them for families in poorer ar






faster, automated security lanes coming to msp airport


p o from the metropolitan airports commission: an automated security lane in atlanta.p engers flying out of minneapolis-st. paul international airport could soon p through security checkpoints a whole lot faster.new automated security lanes that have moved p engers and carry-on luggage through the screening process up to 40 percent faster at other airports could be in place at msp by summer. this week, a metropolitan airports commission committee approved spending $1.6 million for four "innovation lanes" the full commission will vote on the plan at its feb. 21 meeting, said spokesman patrick hogan.four lanes would be installed in the south security checkpoint in terminal 1 with additional lanes added over the next two years, the commission said.the system approved by the transportation sec






'wish-cycling' headaches spur recyclers to help people toss the right materials


recyclable materials zip along a conveyor belt in shakopee as workers scramble to grab what doesn’t belong: plastic bags, shredded paper, clothes hangers, a giant poster of garfield.it’s all evidence of “wish-cycling,” the well-intended pitching of trash into the big blue single-sort recycling bins in hopes that it can, somehow, be recycled. but those unwanted items are a headache for recyclers, who are left with gummed-up sorting machines, less valuable recyclables and a pile of trash.a group of recyclers, waste haulers, and city, county and state officials has been meeting for the past year to develop clearer and more consistent guidelines for the public about what’s acceptable to toss in curbside recycling bins — and what’s not.“people want to do the right thing,” said julie moore, who






deluge of boxes challenges recyclers, building owners


the digital age has unleashed a ... of cardboard boxes bound for homes across minnesota as shoppers have everything from diapers to dinner ingredients shipped to their doorsteps.boxes are piling up in basements and garages, filling apartment building mailrooms and spilling out of overstuffed recycling bins. and they just keep coming — sometimes several a day.“it’s kind of amazing,” said dale wood, who tends to the maple grove recycling drop-off center and sees a steady flow of people stopping by on saturdays with cardboard that doesn’t fit in their curbside bins. “a person that just lives in a normal house would come with a whole truckload of cardboard.”the united states postal service alone dropped off 83 million packages to homes in minnesota and western wisconsin last year, and nationwi






deluge of cardboard boxes challenges recyclers, building owners


the digital age has unleashed a ... of cardboard boxes bound for homes across minnesota as shoppers have everything from diapers to dinner ingredients shipped to their doorsteps.boxes are piling up in basements and garages, filling apartment building mailrooms and spilling out of overstuffed recycling bins. and they just keep coming — sometimes several a day.“it’s kind of amazing,” said dale wood, who tends to the maple grove recycling drop-off center and sees a steady flow of people stopping by on saturdays with cardboard that doesn’t fit in their curbside bins. “a person that just lives in a normal house would come with a whole truckload of cardboard.”the united states postal service alone dropped off 83 million packages to homes in minnesota and western wisconsin last year, and nationwi