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To be eligible for ISRI’s Design for Recycling® Award, a company’s product(s) must be designed/redesigned and manufactured to:
The following are examples of products made using the Design for Recycling concept. Each is a winner of ISRI’s prestigious Design for Recycling Award:
Nestlé® Pure Life® 700ml Bottle
Nestlé Waters North America
The Nestlé® Pure Life® bottle being made entirely from recycled content, and features a state-of-the-art, pressure-sensitive label that releases easily during the wash stage of the recycling process
The Latitude 5590 Laptop and 5285 2-in-1
The Latitude 5590 contains a removable battery, is free of harmful substance such as mercury, eliminated the use of glues and adhesives, contains a modular design making easier to access and disassemble, and uses standardized fasteners. The Latitude 5285 2-in-1 uses gold recycled from used electronic products.
2016 Curved Full HD TV (UN55K6250)
The 2016 Curved Full HD TV incorporates easy-to-disassemble, snap-together parts that are made with minimal chemical content. The snap closures eliminate the use of many screws, making it easier for recyclers to disassemble.
4K ULTRA HD OLED and LED TVs
LG Electronics, Inc.
Award Presentation at ISRI2020 Convention and Exposition in Los Angeles.
Initial Call for Entries.
February 21, 2020
Deadline for submissions.
Request for additional information deadline.
March 16 - 20, 2020
Notification to applicants.
April 25 - 30, 2020
Award presentation at ISRI2020 Convention and Exposition
in Las Vegas.