eBay's statement on sustainability is heavy on storytelling and light on metrics. Will other companies rethink the way they do their own reporting?
Can the famed sustainable designer and America's largest waste hauler help customers close the loop?
The supermarket chain will distribute surplus stock through nonprofit Fareshare to tackle poverty and reduce food waste.
The world's largest real estate firm is running pilot tests of a solar-powered EV station and plastic waste compressor.
Five years ago, Waste Management's CEO painted a portrait of a company mining landfills for materials, energy, and fuels. How's it going?
Faced with a tide of post-consumer plastic trash, organizations are thinking up innovative ways to profitably harness this potentially vast revenue stream.
Converting waste from one company into a feedstock stream for another can generate revenue while reducing virgin material and energy use.
Cities such as San Francisco, Stockholm and Adelaide, Australia, aim to reduce their waste to zero, but measuring and comparing their progress proves complicated. A new tool may help.
Gettting rid of medical waste sustainably requires a healthy dose of effort.
Disposable wrap is often used to sterilize surgical tools, but reusable cases provide a more sustainable alternative.
World's biggest brewer cuts water use by 18.6 percent across 130 facilities and boosts recycling rate to 99.2 percent.
The former president and CEO of Nestlé Waters North America talks about why we need more recycling, and what it will take.
Ford wants to do good, save money and improve its manufacturing process — by keeping more waste out of landfills.
Stage three organizations increase innovation and cut costs by teaming up with previously unrelated industries.
There's a good case to be made that universities are leading the way.
Large companies join cities and counties around the U.S. in effort to reduce waste.
For some companies' recycling programs, unique waste streams require unique solutions.
Why do sustainability achievements come naturally for some companies, while others struggle to achieve even modest targets?
Grocery retailer makes a daring move by choosing to sell produce below the industry's cosmetic standards.
The South Korean-based electronic company's new Evolution Kit enables TV upgrades without having to throw away the old.