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Atlanta Falcons Claim ‘Most Sustainable Sports Venue in the World’

Atlanta Falcons Claim ‘Most Sustainable Sports Venue in the World’

The Atlanta Falcons football team is playing in a stadium that uses 47% less water than the baseline standard, is lit by LED lights that use 60% less energy than standard lights, and generates its own renewable energy through 4,000 solar PV panels – all of which have helped the Falcons

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Kent D. Fairfield / Fairleigh Dickinson University Kent D. Fairfield is a Ph.D. at Fairleigh Dickinson University. This column is excerpted and adapted from chapter five of “The Sustainable Enterprise Fieldbook: When It All Comes Together.”… Read more Read all columns by Kent D. Fairfield Claudio Ferro / Anheuser-Busch InBev … Read more »

Resort Reduces Rubbish Rates with Food Digesters

Resort Reduces Rubbish Rates with Food Digesters

Two anaerobic food digesters will reduce trash bills for the Sands Casino Resort in Bethlehem, PA. By using the digesters to break down organic trash, the casino will reduce its monthly trash load by 20 to 30 tons, according to LehighValleyLive.com. The food digesters use microorganisms to break leftover food … Read more »

Norway Supermarket Peddles Less Pricey Products, Well Past Their Prime

Norway Supermarket Peddles Less Pricey Products, Well Past Their Prime

The increasing furor over food waste we’ve been seeing in the US has been going on for nearly a decade in Norway, when in 2010 the state and the food industry began working to together to reduce the amount of food that goes unconsumed. Now, a new store called Best Før … Read more »

Finance Folks Finally Focusing on Sustainability? You Bet

Finance Folks Finally Focusing on Sustainability? You Bet

Could it be that finance folks at big corporations are waking up to the fact that sustainability can be a business driver? An article in the Journal of Accountancy – a publication for accounting and finance professionals from corporations, public accounting firms, government agencies and nonprofits – indicates that the … Read more »

C&I End-Users Gain a Competitive Advantage w/Decentralized Water Treatment, Says Frost & Sullivan

C&I End-Users Gain a Competitive Advantage w/Decentralized Water Treatment, Says Frost & Sullivan

Industrial and commercial end-users could see a strong competitive advantage if they choose new, innovative and decentralized solutions for water and wastewater treatment, according to a new study from Frost & Sullivan. Water scarcity, severe water stress, and stringent regulations to control pollution in water bodies are supporting the growth of … Read more »

Lack of Correct Stormwater Permits & Other Violations Lead to Hefty Fines for CA Manufacturers

Lack of Correct Stormwater Permits & Other Violations Lead to Hefty Fines for CA Manufacturers

Two California-based plastic product manufacturers have agreed to pay penalties for Clean Water Act violations, including failing to operate with the proper stormwater permit, that likely resulted in plastic pellets being washed into the Tujunga Wash and ultimately into the Los Angeles River. The EPA found these violations after inspections … Read more »

Opinion: Apparel Industry Must Embrace a New, Sustainable Approach to Meet Demand

Opinion: Apparel Industry Must Embrace a New, Sustainable Approach to Meet Demand

Editor’s Note: The fashion industry has been at the top of sustainability news several times in recent months, with efforts such as the Circular Fibres Initiative and Cotton 2040 – as well as some efforts from specific companies – gaining traction with our readers. Judging by open and click rates, you’re … Read more »