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Standards & Certification Briefing: ANSI/ISEA Standard, Seattle Mariners, BAN

ANSI and the International Safety Equipment Association have released Standard ANSI/ISEA 125 – 2014 to address conformity of personal protection equipment.The conformity assessment system can be used by suppliers, specifiers, users and regulators. The Basel Action Network (BAN) has recognized the Seattle Mariners for responsible e-waste management and designated it an … Read more »

Sports Arenas Pick Up LEDs

NHL franchise the Montreal Canadiens and MLB team the Seattle Mariners are two professional sports teams experimenting with LED lighting as a means of cutting their energy bills and adding flexibility to their lighting, reports The New York Times. The Canadiens’ home, the Bell Center, last year installed 140 LED … Read more »

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USGBC, Green Sports Alliance Team Up for LEED-Certified Stadiums

The US Green Building Council (USGBC) has joined forces with the Green Sports Alliance (GSA), a nonprofit that aims to reduce sports’ environmental impact, to promote green building initiatives in professional and collegiate sports. USGBC says it will support the GSA to accelerate the green sports movement by exploring LEED … Read more »

Starbucks Sells $1 Reusable Cups

Starbucks began selling $1 reusable cups to customers at all of its North American stores yesterday, in an effort to curb waste. The white plastic cup with the green Starbucks logo looks like the coffee maker’s traditional white paper cups, according to media reports. It holds a tall or grande-size … Read more »

BASF Resin Saves Ford Fusion 60,000 lb CO2 a Year

The trim around the window switches in the 2013 Ford Fusion saves 2,700 gallons of diesel fuel usage and about 60,000 pounds of CO2 emissions a year, the automaker says. The new resin, developed by BASF, allows Ford to skip the clear-coat paint traditionally applied to the molded plastic pieces … Read more »

BASF Debuts Compostable Snack Bag at Seattle Mariners Game

Chemical company BASF partnered with the Seattle Mariners to debut compostable snack bags at a baseball game yesterday. The first 10,000 fans that arrived at Safeco Field to see the Mariners take on the Boston Red Sox received a free bag of peanuts in BASF’s prototype packaging, developed with its … Read more »