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CA Legislature Focuses on Coast & Ocean Issues

CA Legislature Focuses on Coast & Ocean Issues

While many Californians are hitting the beach for the last few weeks of summer vacation, legislators in Sacramento are rushing to finish and vote on several bills that will make a difference for our coast and ocean for years to come. Over the next few weeks, legislators will vote on laws to

Coca-Cola Great Britain Pilots Reverse Vending Machines

Coca-Cola Great Britain Pilots Reverse Vending Machines

Coca-Cola Great Britain launched a trial initiative with Merlin Entertainments to install reverse vending machines at four attraction sites this summer. Each bottle recycled in the machines provides a 50%-off voucher for one of the UK-based company’s amusement park locations.

Sustainable Materials Take Hold in the Apparel Industry: Q&A with C&A Foundation’s Anita Chester

Sustainable Materials Take Hold in the Apparel Industry: Q&A with C&A Foundation’s Anita Chester

Anita Chester, head of sustainable raw materials at C&A Foundation, discusses supply chain advancements in the apparel industry, including an increase in organic cotton sourcing.

Michigan Town Looks To Save $200,000 Annually Diverting Food Waste

Michigan Town Looks To Save $200,000 Annually Diverting Food Waste

Food waste diversion technology employed by companies around the world such as Keurig, Nespresso, and Disney World could help a Michigan town save $200,000 a year.

The North Face Launches Refurbished Apparel Pilot

The North Face Launches Refurbished Apparel Pilot

VF Corporation brand The North Face launched a pilot program this summer to sell refurbished apparel online, extending product life. Called The North Face Renewed, the collection targets consumers looking for affordable gear who also want to reduce their environmental footprints.

How PepsiCo Creates Lasting Agricultural Connections: Q&A with Margaret Henry

How PepsiCo Creates Lasting Agricultural Connections: Q&A with Margaret Henry

PepsiCo’s director of sustainable agriculture Margaret Henry discusses how the company works with farmers throughout the company’s global agricultural supply chain.

Burberry Under Fire for Burning Unsold Products Worth $37 Million

Burberry Under Fire for Burning Unsold Products Worth $37 Million

Burberry has come under fire from environmentalists, politicians, and its own shareholders for burning unsold products worth more than £28 million ($36.68 million) in the past year.

Rivals McDonald’s and Starbucks Collaborate on Sustainable Cups

Rivals McDonald’s and Starbucks Collaborate on Sustainable Cups

McDonald’s announced that the company has joined Starbucks in the NextGen Cup Consortium and Challenge. The rivals are now founding members of a group convened by Closed Loop Partners to develop sustainable cups for foodservice.

EPA Rolls Back Coal Ash Handling Restrictions

EPA Rolls Back Coal Ash Handling Restrictions

The EPA finalized a rule this week that reduces Obama-era restrictions on how states and industry officials handle coal ash, the Washington Post reported. This is the first rule signed by acting administrator Andrew Wheeler, who took over following Scott Pruitt’s resignation on July 5.

Lakeshore Recycling Systems Invests in Smart Sorting Robot

Lakeshore Recycling Systems Invests in Smart Sorting Robot

Lakeshore Recycling Systems installed a new robot at its Heartland Recycling Center in Chicago that employs artificial intelligence to identify materials. The investment is expected to save the company $120,000 to $130,000 annually.

Target Exceeds 2020 Waste Diversion and Recycling Goal

Target Exceeds 2020 Waste Diversion and Recycling Goal

Target already exceeded its 2020 goal to divert 70% of retail waste from landfills through reuse or recycling, according to the company’s newly published 2018 corporate responsibility report. As a result, Target set a new goal to achieve a 75% diversion rate by the end of this year.

Inside Campbell’s Peachy Zero-Waste Opportunity

Inside Campbell’s Peachy Zero-Waste Opportunity

Six years ago, farmers in New Jersey were paying to send undersized or blemished peaches to the landfill. Campbell’s saw an opportunity to turn them into salsa called Just Peachy benefitting the local food bank. In a new interview, the company’s head of sustainability describes the corporate advantages.

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