How we recycle in the office. It doesn't take long, but it sure makes a difference.
Sounds like a pretty novel concept, but it’s more likely than you know. Researchers have been working on ways to reduce and eliminate food waste for years. It seems like they are really onto something.
You have to hand it to Finland, as one of the world’s top eco-friendly countries, they have done it again. A campaign called Kinnkutemppu aims to take the unwanted fat from Christmas hams and turn it into renewable diesel fuel at its Porvoo refinery. When you consider that ham is the most traditional Christmas food in the area, with almost 7 million kilograms (14,000,000,000 pounds) sold a year. That is a lot of potential food waste.
Seeing as our entire business is based off of trash and what to do with it, we love sustainability conscious companies. We are proud of the fact that very little of our waste goes into a landfill; all of our paper, plastic, glass, etc. is recycled. So we wanted to share a few of the steps we used to help make our offices as green as possible.(Image from http://www.lcri.net/)
I don't know about you, but I love watching all of the unboxing videos on YouTube. There is just something about watching someone so excited about getting a new beauty product or a collectible that they have been wanting that gives me the warm fuzzies. My only real problem with the monthly subscription boxes is all the trash created by the boxes; cardboard boxes, tissue paper, product packaging - it doesn't seem to end.
Are You Paying WAY Too Much Per Month for Trash And Recycling?
Joe Martoe, on Wed, Jul 06, 2016 @ 05:01 PM
JUNE 14, 2016. Bill Moore of Moore & Associates and Peter Engel of Kessler Consulting announce the release of the white paper entitled: “Demystifying MSW Recycling Rates” that sheds light on “real” recovery rates of municipal solid waste (MSW) in the United States.
As a property, restaurant or retail manager, you are always seeking ways to increase efficiencies, streamline operations and reduce costs. You probably think of the garbage dumpster on your property simply as a waste removal solution, but did you know that having the correct size dumpster for your business is important to your bottom line? Consider the following Q & A when it comes to selecting a dumpster for your business:
Joe Martoe, on Thu, Jun 16, 2016 @ 03:14 PM
The global waste paper management market is projected to be valued at around USD 43.35 Billion by 2020, and to grow at a CAGR of 2.55% from 2015 to 2020.