Massachusetts will reportedly be the first state in the country to enact a law-enforced ban on purchasing plastic bottles.
Rubicon's waste-reduction process looks upstream at where waste is generated, then helps companies explore options for waste diversion and recycling.
SDI’s rolled steel is made of 70% or greater recycled scrap content and is made using an electric arc furnace that uses 100% renewably-sourced electricity.
The company plans to use cocoa shells from its confectionary site in the United Kingdom to recycle them for use as valuable nutrients in farming.
The watches use 100% recycled cobalt, are packaged with fiber-based materials, and are manufactured using only clean energy.
Communities will receive grants to fund projects that will create larger recycling fleets, improve data collection, or implement composting services, among others.
“We are taking bold steps to reduce our climate footprint in the United States and become a climate positive business by 2030,” says Ikea's Mardi Ditze.
Over 50 million tons of e-waste are generated globally each year.
The agreement will help close the loop for lithium-ion batteries in North America by using BASF's recycled materials, also reducing Nanotech batteries' carbon emissions by 25%.
According to the shoe giant, every part of the shoe can be recycled.
Nucor is investing in more than just Electra. It’s also a buyer of its end product — a company that electrochemically refines iron ore into pure iron at 60 degrees Celsius, allowing it to use renewable energy instead of coal.
Divert expects the facility to be fully operational in 2024 and will offset 23,000 metric tons of CO2 a year at full processing capacity.