Tag archives for waste diversion
Sustainable packaging has come a long way over a generation, and is now becoming a means for a company to enhance its brand and reputation.
“The waste industry will be obsolete in the near future.” It’s a captivating thought and also a rather an incredible quote when you hear it from the CEO of Ragn-Sells - a business that collects waste.
Can the circular economy become the norm in Europe? The European Commission recently adopted a framework to ramp up waste diversion in its member states.
GM says it is on a mission to slash waste globally, with the two latest landfill free facilities in Thailand and South Korea.
The NRDC so far has signed up almost two dozen craft beer breweries to ensure local water supplies across the country remain clean.
As the consumption of coffee pods surges in the U.S., so do the questions about their disposal and recycling.
The annual “Plan A” update from Marks & Spencer outlines what the company has done to mitigate its impact on society and on the environment.
In my latest column on Sustainable Brands, I call Starbucks out on their feeble recycling and waste diversion programs.
Take six minutes to watch Joanna Lumley show how Marks & Spencer’s Shwopping, the retailer’s textile recycling program, has made a difference in Senegal.
The UK supermarket chain Waitrose has promised to reduce its packaging to half of its 2005 levels by 2016.
Today Proctor and Gamble announced the consumer packaged goods giant has reached a new zero-waste milestone.
Green Mountain Coffee Roasters' most recent sustainability report details the company’s successes and shortcomings during FY2012.