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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.
Recyclebank and the Coors Brewing Company have launched an online awareness campaign that seeks to educate consumers even more about aluminum recycling.
Levi's Waste<Less Collection for Spring 2013 boasts an average of 20 percent post consumer recycled content within this line of jeans and jackets.
Unilever’s ambitious Sustainable Living Plan reached an important milestone yesterday when the company announced half of its factories are now zero-waste.
Last week media outlets were abuzz with Starbucks’ announcement that company-owned stores will sell reusable cups for $1 to boost recycling.
Their environmental impact is huge, yet automobiles are products that have a high recycling rate at the end of their use. Ford Motor is one company that has ramped up its recycling efforts in recent years. In fact, since 2003, the automaker ...
GM recently announced that it is ramping up its zero waste goals and now generates $1 billion a year from the reuse and recycling of its byproducts.
This week Clorox released its 2012 annual integrated report online with updates on its environmental, social and governance performance.
Walmart announced last week it could save as much as $150 million during the company’s 2013 fiscal year due to several of its sustainability programs.