We Americans are doing much better in terms of recycling materials, according to a new article from Yes!: the EPA notes that we recycled 65 million tons of solid waste in 2013. We’re trying to do the right thing, but the economics of recycling follow the ebbs and flows of the market… and that means […]
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Recycling glass has gotten so expensive that haulers have to pay recyclers to take the material. Is single-stream recycling to blame? This week’s Waste Biz.
Portland, Oregon brewers competing in the Pure Water Brew challenge will turn treated residential wastewater into delicious, drinkable beer.
A new survey from The Shelton Group shows that concert venues & sports arenas that recycle & compost trash likely sell more tickets & concessions.
The NRDC’s launched a celebration of great American craft beers… and the clean water than makes them possible.
Enjoy the occasional game of beer pong on the weekends? You can eliminate much of the waste associated with the game without sacrificing any of the fun.
It’s finally the one time of year when cabbage becomes an acceptable food group and stores at last see fit to serve us up some good ol’ fashioned corned beef. I will never really understand why we can’t readily eat it year ‘round, but then, I suppose that’s why I’m not in charge of the […]
New Belgium Brewing Company already topped lists of sustainable beers. Its reputation and practices earned Chief Branding Officer Greg Owsley a talk at last June’s Sustainable Brands Conference. And now, the Colorado-based company has released its first sustainability report, which includes a life cycle analysis of a Fat Tire six-pack. Triple Bottom Line New Belgium’s […]
Every now and then, I feel the need to plug a post on Green Options. Today’s “Greening the Golden Years” podcast may be one of the funniest things we’ve ever published. Put down that beer, and stop the slaughter… who knew? Image source: Wikimedia Commons Categories: beer, hops, activism, podcast, green