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Product Announcement: BioClean Spray Comes from Coco-Oil & Corn Syrup, Not Chemicals

Product Announcement: BioClean Spray Comes from Coco-Oil & Corn Syrup, Not Chemicals

Building owners or facility managers of warehouses or office buildings who struggle with removing soil and stains from hard surfaces have a new, environmentally responsible option to check out. Cortec Corporation says its EcoAir BioClean Spray is predominantly derived from coco oil and corn syrup – renewable resources and natural components … Read more »

Unlock Significant Financial Value by Reducing Food Waste, Says ReFED (and These Guides May Help)

Unlock Significant Financial Value by Reducing Food Waste, Says ReFED (and These Guides May Help)

Reducing food waste increases food security, spurs economic growth, and creates local jobs, ReFED says. This means there is significant financial and reputational value for restaurants and foodservice providers in reducing food waste. Action guides can help restaurants and others in the food industry to

Colorado Governor Comes to Conference to Contemplate Clean Energy Economy

Colorado Governor Comes to Conference to Contemplate Clean Energy Economy

The state of Colorado ranks 9th among US states in terms of renewable energy deployment, and electricity generated from renewable means reached 20% in 2016, according to the US Energy Information Administration (EIA). While wind power accounts for the largest contribution to energy production, solar continues to grow – and conditions seem primed for the continued growth of the renewable sector.

No More Dunkin’ those Donuts in Foam Cups, Come 2020

No More Dunkin’ those Donuts in Foam Cups, Come 2020

Dunkin’ Donuts plans to begin phasing out polystyrene foam cups beginning this spring, hoping to have completely eliminated polystyrene cups from its global supply chain by 2020. While the majority of Dunkin’ Donuts’ international markets are currently using paper cups, the company will work to replace foam cups with a new, double-walled

Biodegradable Plastics: Yes or No?

Biodegradable Plastics: Yes or No?

Brand owners, food producers and manufacturers must carefully consider what packaging format they use and make an informed decision based on the reality of our current waste management infrastructure and level of public understanding, says Richard McKinlay, head of circular economy at Axion.

Budweiser’s Super Bowl Beer Ad Isn’t about Beer

Budweiser’s Super Bowl Beer Ad Isn’t about Beer

*This article has been updated since 1/26. With 30-second Super Bowl ads going at more than $5 million this year, Anheuser-Busch is investing a big chunk of its advertising budget by buying two one-minute ads; but while the company is well-known for its iconic Super Bowl spots, this year’s ads will showcase

Manufacturers May Soon Profit from Bio-Nylon Process

Manufacturers May Soon Profit from Bio-Nylon Process

Materials used by the nylon industry have traditionally been derived from crude oil, but manufacturers will soon be able to create their own “bio-nylon” made from plant-based renewable ingredients: Aquafina and Genomatica have announced an agreement to create sustainable caprolactam, an ingredient