The results are in, and the eighth annual Eastridge Recycle Holiday Lights Drive has broken last year's record-breaking total by 442 pounds.

The city of Omaha, Neb. will receive $825,000 from The Recycling Partnership to significantly expand local collection infrastructure.

The funding will go toward a second-grade presentation, fourth-grade eco-fair, recycling events, local recycling opportunities, and organizational costs.

Robots can learn to identify different packaging from specific brands, types of material, shapes of packaging and more.