Specialty plastics provider Eastman has announced its collaboration with NB Coatings, a paint-on plastics manufacturer for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), to create a sustainable option for automotive plastics.
Hyatt Hotels Corporation is announcing a series of initiatives to reduce waste at Hyatt hotels globally, including introducing large-format bathroom amenities and reducing single-use water bottles by June 2021.
Rachel Lincoln, Prana’s director of sustainability, shares how the lifestyle clothing brand is eliminating plastic packaging from the factory to the sales floor.
A new survey from Asia Pulp & Paper found that 62% of Canadian adults are willing to pay more for food products packaged in sustainable materials. Remarkably, 40% said they would pay as much as 10% more for such products.
In the new e-book from Environment + Energy Leader, The Evolution of EHS: How Times Are Changing - And How to Change with Them, experts like Kaminski share advice on justifying your costs to the C-suite, building or expanding a successful EHS program, and using
KFC Canada plans to begin testing a new bucket made from bamboo fiber for the chicken restaurant chain’s poutine starting early next year. Currently the classic dish of fries, cheese curds, and gravy is served in a plastic container.
St. Louis will soon be home to a new waste-to-energy plant that will divert approximately 2,250 tons of trash per day from local landfills.
Eastman has announced that post-consumer carpet will now be recycled through Eastman's carbon renewal technology and converted into new materials to serve new and useful purposes.
Toluna, a consumer intelligence provider, has issued a new report highlighting consumer desire to support brands that protect the environment.
An alliance representing major parts of the US food supply chain formed a new partnership with the USDA, EPA, and FDA to reduce food waste and loss by 50% by 2030.
Consumer electronics company Sonos is incentivizing consumers to responsibly recycle their old devices. Facing increasing competition from other smart speaker makers, the new program could give Sonos an edge.
Coca-Cola, Nestlé, and PepsiCo were named the top three biggest global polluters, according to a new report.