Here’s our weekly round-up of waste management jobs, fresh from the listings at our sister site the Green Job Post. Take a look…
Browsing the "New York" Tag
- Sponsored Posts
- Waste Management Jobs
Our latest round of waste management jobs, fresh from our sister site the Green Job Post. Recycling management and sales, plus others…
Brooklyn chef Pzemek Adolf added a 20-seat zero-waste restaurant to his catering company Saucy by Nature to make good use of unused food.
John Tierney raised a ruckus with a NYT op-ed arguing that the importance of recycling is overstated by well-meaning but underinformed consumers and politicians.
New York City is exploring the option of adding wi-fi hotspot capability to the nearly 200 Bigbelly smart trash cans its already deployed in Manhattan.
Maine’s Artas Designs takes used materials like reclaimed wood, and turns them into design studio quality furnishings for a variety of commercial clients.
The commercial materials exchange takes business waste from one place, and offers it for sale or use to organizations or other businesses that need it.
Composting at schools addresses the costs of wastes in general, but not the specific issue of food waste; edible food is still not being eaten.
I’ve become really tired of the word “artisan” (or “artisanal”) on products: as far as I can see, it generally means “expensive.” I rarely see that such products involve the kind of loving, caring creativity undertaken by a true artisan. What do I associate with that word? A deep level of knowledge of the materials […]
How many parks does your city have? Can anyone get to them? Are they well maintained? These are some of the questions asked by the Trust for Public Land in their recent ParkScore study.
The race to go green has driven the construction of several enormous projects around the world. These three ambitious green buildings are on a scale that could change the lives of perhaps hundreds of thousands of people.
Despite having agreed to review Queenelle Minet’s In Memory of Central Park: 1853 – 2022, I really wasn’t that excited about reading it. Described as “a thought-provoking work combining insight into the mind of a therapist, a poignant love story, and a commentary on both right-wing politics and our troubled environment” in press materials accompanying […]
SustainLane, a San Francisco based green media company has just announced its brand new U.S. city rankings today. Starting in 2005, SustainLane went through an exorbitant examination of sustainability initiatives in U.S. cities looking at a variety of factors: average traffic commutes, affordable housing, waste diversion, green space, energy usage, green buildings, natural disaster risk, air quality, water quality, public transportation, local food sources, and government innovations. James Elsen, the founder of SustainLane explains it in his article What’s A Sustainable City, Anyway ?