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Ever consider a Waterless Urinal to improve your business’ sustainability?

Ever consider a Waterless Urinal to improve your business’ sustainability?

While more than 70 percent of the planet earth is covered in water in one form or another, between sea water and glacier ice only about 1 percent of that water is potable. Given the ever-increasing needs of the human population for clean, drinkable water, water conservation efforts have been getting a lot of attention.

Recycling Coffee Grounds & Plastic Bottles to Make Active Clothing

Recycling Coffee Grounds & Plastic Bottles to Make Active Clothing

Consider your morning cup of coffee. 99.

Boost Recycling & Sustainability by Harnessing Creativity

Boost Recycling & Sustainability by Harnessing Creativity

Models that encourage recycling behavior and sustainability initiatives in workplaces are blooming like wildflowers. That metaphor, blooming like wildflowers, is particularly apt when talking about sustainability.

Green Team Building For A Healthier Work Force

Green Team Building For A Healthier Work Force

The past decade has witnessed the explosive growth of Team Building in most corporate environments across the nation. Not only does it help form one like-minded and cohesive team of workers, but it also serves to allow the crossing of departmental lines, enabling everyone to work together as a whole.

How Restaurants Can Reduce Reliance on Single-Use Plastic Straws

How Restaurants Can Reduce Reliance on Single-Use Plastic Straws

Most of us don't think about the straws we get with our drinks when we're out to eat. We just pop them out of their protective wrapping, push them into our drinks, and get on with our meals.

Is Corporate Social Responsibility The Reason We Have More Solar Jobs Than Coal?

Is Corporate Social Responsibility The Reason We Have More Solar Jobs Than Coal?

In the past, green energy was all about saving the planet. We conceded that if we wanted to have solar power, or wind power, then it was going to cost us money.

What Happens To Your Half-Used Hotel Soap?

What Happens To Your Half-Used Hotel Soap?

Most of us have stayed in a hotel at some point, and we're all familiar with the complimentary items left for guests. The shampoo, the conditioner, the soap.

Are Vertical Forests an Answer to Corporate Social Responsibility and The Environment?

Are Vertical Forests an Answer to Corporate Social Responsibility and The Environment?

When we think of people fighting climate change, we tend to think of activists and protesters. We also tend to put corporations on the side of those who are making global warming worse; faceless entities harming the planet in pursuit of profits.

9 Steps To Making A Waste Management Plan For Your Business

9 Steps To Making A Waste Management Plan For Your Business

Good businesses don't happen by accident. They make plans.

Will Business Investment Increase Wind Tree Demand?

Will Business Investment Increase Wind Tree Demand?

We've known for some time that big business is going to be a leader in adopting sustainable, clean energy. With Microsoft arranging to buy its energy from renewable power plants, and companies like Chevrolet and Nissan experimenting with their car batteries to run entire buildings on nothing buy solar power, we're starting to see that green energy isn't just good for the planet; it's good for business.