Tag archives for waste diversion
Oakland, California, startup Imperfect Foods is trying to change attitudes toward ugly fruits and vegetables while increasing waste diversion.
Yesterday Ford Motor Co. announced fabric made out of recycled bottles will be used in its F-150 line of trucks.
A Canadian grocer, Loblaw, is selling misshapen fruit and potatoes at some of its outlets in Ontario and Quebec.
The launch of the Calgren Ethanol Biogester, a manure-to-energy plant 60 miles south of Fresno, will help California meet its clean energy goals.
Unilever and P&G have joined the Closed Loop Fund, a multi-stakeholder program that seeks to invest up to $100 million in recycling programs.
Unilever has announced that all of its factories have achieved the company’s goal of zero waste, while creating jobs and contributing to local economies.
The city of Seattle is trying a strong-armed tactic to enforce its composting law, in an effort to boost food waste recycling in the city of 650,000.
Walking through Masdar City is always an eye- and jaw-opening experience, and the Incubator Building is one reason why.
In Warren, Michigan, Chevy Volt battery cases become duck houses that are shipped to Russia to preserve an endangered species.
Hospitals struggle with food waste for numerous reasons, but a company producing aerobic digesters believes it has a solution.
Levi’s and the 49ers recently ran a campaign asking fans to donate used jeans to Bay Area Goodwill stores or at the November 2 game in an effort to reduce textile waste.
Dollar General and Pets at Home are among the 27 companies that have been through the KKR Green Portfolio Program.