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The holidays are over, and that means it’s time to get out of holiday mode. So after a month without Waste Biz posts, we’re getting back on track here. Looking forward to an exciting new year in the waste industry! As a former Las Vegas resident, my attitude towards the mammoth CES (Consumer Electronics Show) […]
Maine’s Artas Designs takes used materials like reclaimed wood, and turns them into design studio quality furnishings for a variety of commercial clients.
How well do American offices and workplaces recycled materials? Non-profit Keep America Beautiful released the results of its Recycling at Work study.
Curbside recycling increases the amount of material diverted from landfills, so use these successful tactics to bring this service to your community.
Fruitcycle makes its apple chips by gleaning leftover fruit from local orchards, ensuring this edible food doesn’t go to waste.
Entrepreneurs across America are starting businesses to haul food waste to composting facilities, reducing the 36 million tons that goes to landfills now.
With California’s statewide plastic bag ban, millions of Americans are now prevented from using these wasteful, polluting convenience items.
Eight cities in the US are leading the pack in terms of bike-focused developed. Take a look at the best cycling cities in the country.
As in the rest of the developed world, bike share programs now offer a clean, healthy transportation alternative in many major US cities.
What does an integrated approach to food waste, agriculture, and renewable energy in an urban setting look like? Start-up company Re-Nuble has a pretty good idea… they just need some help to get it up and running.
What’s the main purpose of a community garden or other urban agriculture installation? Providing fresh food… often to neighborhoods without other outlets for it. Right? Yes… but community gardens are special places that do much more than provide space for growing food. Often, stronger connections between members of the community that garden serves grow along with the plants. Cintia Cabib’s film A Community of Gardeners explores that dynamic in Washington, D.C.