We're all familiar with ethanol. It's a kind of alcohol that's used as a fuel additive that helps us pay less at the pump, and it can even be used as a fuel source on its own.
Traditional farms are extraordinarily wasteful. They take a huge amount of energy, require massive amounts of land, and only a percentage of what's actually grown ever makes its way onto grocery store shelves.
Good businesses don't happen by accident. They make plans.
Chewing gum may not be the most prevalent form of solid waste in terms of volume, but it is one of the most annoying. Most people have had the experience of finding gum sticking to the bottom of their shoes and having to pry it loose.
Many people take steps to live a more eco-friendly, sustainable lifestyle at home by buying eco-friendly home appliances and plumbing fixtures, recycling and more. However, not all office settings are as sustainable as they should be.
In our daily lives, we're often faced with the idea that the "little things" don't really count for much. We feel like one person's actions can't make a big difference.
Corporate organizations churn out tons of unwanted waste material, and the need for these organizations to find eco-friendly solutions for waste disposal cannot be overemphasized. If you operate a business, you most certainly desire to keep a greener environment, and you’ll encourage your employees, guests, and customers to support your noble objective.
One of the more vexing problems in waste disposal is the proliferation of plastic. Plastic, unless it is specially treated to be biodegradable, tends to last an awfully long time, whether it is disposed of in landfills or waterways.