Sustainable manufacturing is the processing of resources into products with minimal negative environmental impact. Products are manufactured through processes that prevent ghg’s, conserve energy and natural resources, and that are non-hazardous to employees and consumers.
Marks & Spencer has launched a recycled wool blend suit made from 55% recycled wool, including wool that customers have donated in stores through the company’s Shwopping initiative. Marks & Spencer takes the donated clothing and sends it
Manufacturers are being asked to identify and use more postconsumer resin in their industrial applications; the Association of Plastic Recyclers (APR) is calling on the manufacturing industry to increase the use of these recycled resins in order to boost market demand and improve
Environmental Protection Administrators Scott Pruitt says that he is ending the practice of regulation through litigation, which he describes as “sue and settle” — or policies that are brought about because of lawsuits that may fall outside the parameters of the intended laws.
Increasing environmental consciousness among consumers, along with more stringent regulations, are driving the sustainable packaging market, and will continue to do so at least through 2024, according to a new study
P&G announced that by end of 2018, in Europe, more than half a billion bottles per year will include up to 25% post-consumer recycled plastic, including beach plastic. This represents more than 90% of all the
Recent extreme weather events are a clear indication that companies should take a closer look at climate change-related risk management – that is, reassessing their approach to managing climate change risks and their consequences.
Clothing brand Patagonia announced that two of its best-selling lines, Better Sweater and Synchilla Snap-T, are now Fair Trade Certified apparel. With the addition of these two lines, 38% of Patagonia’s product line is now
In order to achieve a goal of zero waste, companies need access to solutions that solve the challenge of hard-to-recycle waste. Now, Rubicon Global and TerraCycle have joined in a partnership that will address this challenge