When most of us think about trying to be more eco-friendly when it comes to our trash, we're focusing on what goes inside the bag.
As Fast Company reports, Vermont has become the first state to "ban" food waste. Henceforth, residents and businesses will be required to put things like apple cores, potato peelings, and any spoiled food into separate bins that will be picked up periodically from the curb.
The Covid-19 pandemic has put a serious strain on personal protective equipment (PPE) in the medical field. We've all seen photographs of medical professionals wearing garbage bags or other alternatives when official PPE simply is not available.
Since coronavirus pandemic began, personal protective equipment has become a necessity in the United States and the world. Protective gear can come in a variety of shapes and sizes.
As the Covid-19 pandemic continues, many businesses are scrambling to find new niches to fill. This is particularly true for restaurants and entertainment venues, who simply cannot have customers come in the way they could before this situation arose.
As businesses reopen after the Covid-19 shutdown, many people are on edge. The biggest question on many people's minds is, 'is it safe to be out of the house?' Give your customers peace of mind by following these infection control recommendations.
Sustainability is a long-term effort to decreasing our carbon footprint. When it comes to making progress in sustainability initiatives, it requires not only support from key decision-makers but also budget allocation.
It is summer 2020 and many places have eased restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Businesses are aiming to re-open their offices in the safest manner possible.
Right now, parents, students, and teachers are breathing a sigh of relief as we enter summer break. As many school districts ended the year in a remote format, they are now looking toward the fall.
In a perfect world, we'd recycle every can and compost every scrap of food, but those familiar blue and green bins are often nowhere to be found. According to a 2011 Ipsos poll, 25% of those surveyed said the reason they don't recycle more is that it wasn't accessible or convenient for them the Huffington Post found.