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Unilever’s Sustainable Living Brands Pay Off With Big Growth

Unilever’s Sustainable Living Brands Pay Off With Big Growth

Unilever reports that its “sustainable living” brands grew 46% faster than the rest of the business and delivered 70% of its turnover growth. This marks the fourth consecutive year of growth for these brands.

Tesco Misses Food Waste Elimination Target, But There’s an Upshot

Tesco Misses Food Waste Elimination Target, But There’s an Upshot

Tesco, the biggest retailer in the United Kingdom, missed its two-year goal of eliminating all food waste from its operation in the country by 2018. But there’s an important upshot.

Meet Scott Tew, Executive Director of CEES – Ingersoll Rand

Meet Scott Tew, Executive Director of CEES – Ingersoll Rand

“I can’t stress enough how important it is for companies to forge partnerships and explore a variety of options,” says Scott Tew. Read how the company solves environmental and energy challenges, along with suggestions for companies facing similar situations.

Valvoline Achieves Zero-Landfill Status at Facilities and Warehouses

Valvoline Achieves Zero-Landfill Status at Facilities and Warehouses

Valvoline, a global supplier of lubricants and automotive services, published its 2017 corporate social responsibility report this week. The company says it achieved zero-landfill status at 45% of blending and packaging facilities and 30% of warehouses.

Bentley Arena Improves University’s National Recognition, Joins Others for Sustainability Win

Bentley Arena Improves University’s National Recognition, Joins Others for Sustainability Win

In-depth: The new, environmentally sustainable Bentley Arena at Bentley University has received LEED platinum certification, an honor which highlights the university’s “continued rise as an innovative, nationally-recognized business university,” the school claims. The article also includes the arena’s sustainable elements, partners, and a look at other sustainable stadiums.

Ugly Veggies in Tyson’s Flashfoodbox Help Detroit Tackle Food Waste

Ugly Veggies in Tyson’s Flashfoodbox Help Detroit Tackle Food Waste

Tyson Foods has launched an effort that the company says invites the public to get involved in “tackling the problem of food waste.” The company is selling what it calls “boxes of high quality surplus food” through a direct to consumer offering dubbed flashfoodbox.

Five Sustainability Pre-Construction Tips

Five Sustainability Pre-Construction Tips

Thanks to a vibrant economy, many building developers, owners, and managers are investing funds into new construction projects as well as renovations. This makes this a perfect time for developers, owners, and managers to start thinking about sustainability, according to Stephen Ashkin, president of The Ashkin Group, and an advocate for … Read more »

Niagara Bottling Joins The Recycling Partnership to Help Decrease Landfill Waste

Niagara Bottling Joins The Recycling Partnership to Help Decrease Landfill Waste

  Niagara Bottling has announced it will join The Recycling Partnership to help transform recycling in states, cities and communities across the country. By supporting The Recycling Partnership’s recycling solutions, Niagara Bottling, along with 38 other companies, brands and organizations, including Coca-Cola, Target, Pepsi, P&G, Heineken, ExxonMobil and Amazon, is helping to … Read more »

UK Plastic Recycling Infrastructure Requires $120M Investment

UK Plastic Recycling Infrastructure Requires $120M Investment

Most flexible plastic packaging in the UK can be recycled, but the collection, sorting, and recycling infrastructure to make that happen requires an investment of around $120 million, says British resource recovery company Axion Group. Approximately 414,000 metric tons of plastic-based flexible packaging is placed on the UK market each … Read more »

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