- 1 How does the ARL program help reduce waste?
- 2 Is the ARL the same for all recycling labels?
- 3 Is the Planet Ark ARL available in New Zealand?
- 4 Is there an advanced path to a degree?
- 5 How does the ARL work for high school students?
- 6 Is the ARL reliant on sponsored research programs?
- 7 What are the features of the ARL iSpark series?
- 8 What does ARL stand for in science and Technology?
How does the ARL program help reduce waste?
The ARL Program aims to increase recycling and recovery rates and contribute to cleaner recycling streams. The ARL Program aims to reduce waste by: Delivering a clear, well-understood label that will provide greater consumer clarity about what packaging can be recycled.
Is the ARL the same for all recycling labels?
Unlike other labels, the ARL is an evidence-based system underpinned by the Packaging Recyclability Evaluation Portal (PREP). As not all packaging is created equal, not all recycling labels should be the same. It is not possible for a piece of packaging to have the ARL without a PREP assessment that backs up disposal claims.
Is the Planet Ark ARL available in New Zealand?
New Zealand resources will be available in 2020. Planet Ark owns the Trademark for the ARL in Australia and New Zealand, while the Australian Packaging Covenant Organisation (APCO) has an exclusive license of the label to deliver the Australasian Recycling Label Program.
Is there an advanced path to a degree?
The advanced path to a degree requires a more detailed application process (including submission of ACT/SAT scores) and is primarily for U.S. students with significant previous university and online learning experience. *
How does the ARL work for high school students?
Each academy is a two-year program intended for juniors and seniors and bus transportation is provided for students between their school and the ARL, allowing students to participate in all after school extracurricular activities. Students are able to use industry standard software and technology to study material at an in-depth level.
Is the ARL reliant on sponsored research programs?
ARL is wholly reliant on sponsored research programs for operation of the Laboratory and therefore must maintain relevance to our sponsor base, as well as an operational agility to meet ever-changing requirements. If playback doesn’t begin shortly, try restarting your device.
What are the features of the ARL iSpark series?
The ARL iSpark Series is a high performance OES spectrometer platform based on the best PMT (photomultiplier tube) optics. It features enhanced functionalities and other innovative technologies. Main features and benefits include:
What does ARL stand for in science and Technology?
ARL is striving to create an innovative science and technology (S) ecosystem to commercialize ARL IP and create economic value for local communities through the formation of new technology ventures. Learn How to Collaborate: Who Are You?