Pita bread on its way to the stove top (Photo: Robyn Purchia) Attempting to create a zero waste home is certainly met with challenges. Every time I give something away [ … ]
Sweden’s Tetra Pak has developed food packaging made from renewable materials that are 100% recyclable.
For those in colder climes, Winter is the perfect time to start preparing for your next growing season. One thing you may want to start considering: how can you take [ … ]
Two German companies have developed a process for turning agricultural waste of all types into packaging: this week’s Waste Biz run-down.
Why would you want a landfill to produce more methane gas? To make waste-to-energy systems profitable. This week’s edition of The Waste Biz.
Dassault Systèmes’ Perfect Package 3DExperience allows for creativity, innovation, & deep collaboration in creating sustainable packaging solutions.
Tired of throwing away usable amounts of ketchup, toothpaste, & other products because you can’t get the last drop? Check out these gadgets.
Welcome to (or welcome back to) the Green Business Blog Carnival, your weekly wrap-up of some of the most compelling content published on sustainable business. We’re proud to be co-sponsoring [ … ]
The Online Shopping Survey conducted by GfK in 2008 showed that about 70 % of people think shopping online is good for the environment as it helps to reduce the [ … ]
Still have bottled water as a regular item on the grocery list? Or just pick up the occasional bottle when you’re out? It’s so convenient… As you probably know, that [ … ]
Foam peanuts are the Devil. Evil incarnate. Darkness made visible. Senseless brutal waste embodied in a horde of impish, malevolent, noxious, toxic minions spilling out of boxes, bags, closets, basements, [ … ]
Simran Sethi and Sarah Smarsh are writing a series on the impacts of everyday things. They will be posting previews on the Green Options Media blog network before launching the [ … ]
In my last post, Recycling Misconceptions part 1, I touched on the uncertainties of recycling, plastics in particular, that I think perplex many of us. Well last week I attended [ … ]