Companies like Terracycle and As You Sow are creating solutions for recycling juice pouches, which have become a major waste stream.
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Robert Lee’s Rescuing Leftover Cuisine is a new food rescue organization in New York City that aims to feed the homeless with edible leftovers.
New documentary film Just Eat It explores America’s love affair with food, and our willingness to waste almost half of it.
Chicago start-up Herb-N-Juice brings the food truck concept to the juice bar, but does so with zero emissions and responsible waste handling.
Portland, Oregon brewers competing in the Pure Water Brew challenge will turn treated residential wastewater into delicious, drinkable beer.
Trying to implement zero waste at home? Get the kids involved: they’ll love helping out, and learn important environmental concept by practicing them.
If you go through a lot of citrus fruit, why not turn some of those peels into homemade potpourri before sending it to the compost bin?
Alaskan start-up Tidal Visions plans to create apparel and accessories from waste produced by sustainable fisheries, like salmon skin and crab shells.
These five social media campaigns, complete with hashtags, focus on building awareness of food waste, hunger, & ideas for reusing edible leftovers.
Engineer Arvind Gupta thinks the trash can or recycle bin can enhance a child’s play time much more than the toy or discount store.
Give your home a unique look with these ideas for custom ornaments made from materials you’ll find in your recycling bin or trash can.
Not sure what to do with those leftover cranberries? They’re packed with vitamins, so try a facial treatment for healthy, youthful-looking skin.