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.
The coffee chain unveils a new program aimed at changing customer behavior.
Millions of old TV tubes tell a story of a recycling infrastructure that is out of whack.
How the automaker put the brakes on waste in more than 100 manufacturing facilities.
The Environmental Defense Fund aims to find environmental -- and financial -- opportunities at smaller companies with a new program for private equity firms.
How do you create a "next industrial revolution" with the last revolution's machines? With tinkering, tenacity and TLC.
A new report gives high marks to the industry for making significant progress towards its waste reduction targets.
We need to stop getting diverted by diversion rates. Instead, consider these five ways to ensure that every product can be reused or reprocessed into something else.
Greener health care products means healthier patients and fuller prockets for hospitals.
With its virtual marketplace for waste and recycling jobs, Rubicon Global claims it diverts waste and saves customers money....
Every year, $47 billion worth of food goes to waste, but more and more businesses are finding creative ways to change that.
This "tale of 3 bins" is as much a story about sustainability (or waste reduction and diversion) as it is a story about systems thinking and behavioral change.
Rather than rely on petroleum for creating plastics, Hong Kong researchers extracted succinic acid from cookies and croissants.
Making sustainability matter was no easy task at the 30,000-student institution that's Iowa's biggest educator, health care provider, and sporting draw.
While the company will still be taking solid waste to landfills, it's searching for more ways to keep it out of the ground.
With hundreds of thousands of spectators eating and drinking at the London Olympics every day, the organizers have a plan to keep all that waste out of landfills.
Features range from real-time energy monitoring to the world's first recyclable stadium to an athlete's village with a green future.
Coca-Cola believes it has found the real thing in its new technology that reuses cleaned and treated water for non-product applications.
The oldest winery in the US was transformed over the course of eight years by rethinking its relationship with water, aerating its wastewater and using renewables.