Tag archives for plastic
This week I am off to Ljubljana, Slovenia, and then Italy, for a conference that will hopefully be a step forward for the world's oceans and marine life.
Got plastic gift cards? According to the U.S. EPA, 32 million tons of plastic waste was generated in 2011 in the United States, which is more than 12 percent of the country's solid waste stream.
WikiPearl believes it can transform how food is presented with its edible packaging, starting with ice cream.
Cascadian Farm has introduced a new cereal box liner made from “green” materials, but the environmental benefits of this innovation are unclear.
The UK supermarket chain Waitrose has promised to reduce its packaging to half of its 2005 levels by 2016.
Got open loop recycling? We hear about companies developing closed loop recycling systems, many sustainability professionals consider to be the holy grail of turning trash into treasure. But open loop recycling - also known as downcycling - is still going strong and ...
Turning trash into opportunities has created economic opportunities in Belo Horizonte, the third largest city in Brazil, with a boost from SAP employees.
Mason jars are a solid first step if you want to make your kitchen, and home, more sustainable while eliminating excessive plastic.
Travel creates huge amounts of waste, but a well designed recycling bin in a hotel room can help.
Credit card companies have long escaped some of the environmental criticisms that have been directed at other businesses, but that is changing and guest writer Sam Peters explains how these firms are responding.
A group of nature lovers in Villa Elisa in northeastern Argentina found a creative way to deal with the local scourge of plastic.
Consider a cardboard laptop stand from Mission Stands: they are lightweight, easy to assemble and lift your laptop to a more ergonomic and comfortable eye level.