Faced with a tide of post-consumer plastic trash, organizations are thinking up innovative ways to profitably harness this potentially vast revenue stream.
- IBM’s Global Asset Recovery Services has turned millions of unwanted electronics into new products for itself and for other companies.
The company's investments in new production technologies are turning wood waste into potential revenue.
Puma designs a new line of biodegradable and recyclable products to be among the first to meet C2C criteria.
Office Depot's director of environmental strategy offers advice for how to "buy better."
Embedding recycling into business models offers substantial advantages to clothing, food and drinks companies.
Lehigh Technologies is a prime example of how upstarts and disruptors are poised to transform the industrial economy using green chemistry.
The U.S. Navy and Hilton Hotels have begun their own programs to recycle the tens of thousands of mattresses they use each year; a further sign of how sustainability has entered the mainstream.
UK government-backed waste reduction program, WRAP, begins to promote more efficient use of natural resources for businesses.
The effort -- which will also use recycled beer bottles -- is the latest scheme by a clothing brand to incorporate post-consumer waste in its products.
What products really bring us closer to sustainability?
How do we close the loop for non-biodegradable plant-based plastic? What does sustainable recovery even look like?
The opportunity with discarded packaging is not to figure out where it came from, but where it might go.
Greener health care products means healthier patients and fuller prockets for hospitals.
Sustainable modular carpet company reveals how it reduced emissions, energy usage and waste.
The bathroom tissue manufacturing industry has made progress in reducing its environmental impact in recent years.
How can companies navigate the inevitable confusion that arises when sourcing and certification programs each define and measure sustainability by a different set of standards?
Coca-Cola, Pepsi, and several other Fortune 500 companies are working to address the supply shortages that have stymied the goal of make the 100-percent plant-based plastic bottle ubiquitous.
Get an inside look at how UPS works with companies to meet sustainable packaging standards.
The company reported strides in waste diversion, but also increased their overall water use and greenhouse gas emissions.