Many people can't start the day without a nice hot cup of coffee. Perhaps you're a real coffee buff who uses a French press, a pour-over dripper, or maybe you've even mastered latte art on your espresso machine.
Large corporations, small businesses, municipalities, and American families are looking for ways to reduce plastics waste, specifically product packaging, which accounts for 36% of plastics that end in landfills. Even with recycling initiatives, awareness, and new programs, 90.
With thousands of runners in need of hydration during their 26.2-mile race, water bottles are handed out along the route to be consumed and tossed away as they are finished.
Avocados seem to be having a moment in the sun. Approvingly or mockingly, avocado toast has established itself as the favorite food of millennials.
If you've watched the news at all in the past year or so, then you've likely noticed the crackdowns on single-use plastic going on all around the world. From shopping bags to cutlery, to straws, it seems like disposables are becoming a thing of the past.
The potential for sustainability is nearly limitless and is a great investment into the future for generations. Many corporations, colleges and cities, and more have been moving toward this goal for years.
When people think of major sources of waste, we tend to think of disposable plastics, or of the sheer amount of paper products we go through daily. One thing that isn't on the radar for a lot of us is fabric, but there is a frankly absurd amount of it out there! Our clothes, the upholstery in our cars and on our furniture, our household goods, all of it is fabric.
Is your team in a slump? Try these four effective green strategies to boost morale, promote team building, and do something good for the environment! 1. Local Park Cleanup Spend an afternoon away from your computers and in the fresh air by organizing a trash pickup at your closest park or lake shore.
If you're a business owner or manager, you may feel somewhat responsible for how your employees behave, especially at work. Encouraging them to recycle can be a great way to show the community that your business cares.
Recently, we discussed how to break up with plastic in general. But what if you're not involved in industrial packaging directly? There are a plethora of ways to approach the issue.