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Adding Value through Branded Recycling Solutions

In a highly competitive marketplace, one of the most significant challenges that companies and major brands face today is distinguishing themselves as a social agent. Gone are the days where being “environmentally friendly” automatically added value in a largely niche … Continue Reading

Treehugger · Oct 25, 2016

The Essential Role of Logistics in a Growing Circular Economy

In today’s world, the basic model for the production of goods is linear: Natural resources are extracted and turned into products that are used for a limited time. While some of these products are recycled, most eventually end up in … Continue Reading

Longitudes · Oct 24, 2016

Searching for a Natural Baking Soda Free Deodorant That Works?

Have you developed a sensitivity to baking soda in deodorant? After a year, I finally found a natural baking soda free deodorant that works. I started doing some research and learned that it is very common to become sensitized to … Continue Reading

Happy Mothering blog · Oct 24, 2016

How Improving Internal Sustainability by Recycling Lab Disposables Works

Problem: Laboratories and research organizations generate millions of nonhazardous lab disposables per year. International science journal Nature (http://www.nature.com/nature/index.html) estimates that lab plastics waste accounted for 5.5 million tons in 2014, roughly the combined tonnage of 67 cruise liners—and this estimate only … Continue Reading

LabManager.com · Oct 19, 2016

The Essential Role of Logistics in a Growing Circular Economy

In today’s world, the basic model for the production of goods is linear: natural resources are extracted and turned into products that are used for a limited time. While some of these products are recycled, most eventually end up in … Continue Reading

JustMeans.com · Oct 18, 2016

How to Make the World a Better Place

Each morning is the beginning of a new day and another chance to make the world a better place. Think your actions don’t make a difference? Think again! Taking small, mindful actions for positive improvement can have a great impact … Continue Reading

The Shoals News · Oct 17, 2016

The List: 6 Treats and Tricks For Reducing Halloween Waste

Candy wrappers, disposable décor, cheap wrappers, oh my! Here are some new tips for cutting down on Halloween trash. A couple of years ago, my daughters were nonplussed to discover that one of our neighbors dropped an ear of popping … Continue Reading

Live Green blog · Oct 14, 2016

GR school wins playground made from recyclables

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Dozens of schools from six states competed and one local school took home the grand prize of a brand new playground made entirely of recycled materials. Legacy Christian Elementary School in Grand Rapids unveiled their … Continue Reading

WOOD-TV Online · Oct 12, 2016

West Michigan school wins playground made out of toothbrushes

CUTLERVILLE, Mich. — The students at Legacy Christian Elementary School are taking brushing and flossing to a new level. Over the past two years, they’ve been recycling old toothbrushes, floss containers, and toothpaste tubes in hopes of winning a new … Continue Reading

WXMI-TV Online · Oct 12, 2016

Company targeting hard-to-recover plastics gets financial backing

Environmental services company Suez Environnement has partnered with TerraCycle to expand the recovery of difficult-to-recycle plastics in six European countries. The France-based waste, recycling and water treatment giant bought 30 percent of the shares of New Jersey-based TerraCycle in Belgium, … Continue Reading

Resource Recycling · Oct 12, 2016