Israel: The Jerusalem Post

ELAW partners at Adam Teva V’Din report on recycling efforts in Israel.  More Israeli municipalities are launching waste separation-at-source programs, encouraging residents to separate their trash into wet and dry streams at home.  There has been a 63 percent rise in number of households participating in the effort between 2013 and 2014, according to a report published on Thursday.  The study, authored by a team led by Gilad Ostrovsky, head of the Adam Teva V’Din (Israel Union for Environmental Defense) waste and recycling division, provides a status report on the integration of waste separation- at-source programs into household behavior in Israel.  Read more in The Jerusalem Post.