Posted on 14 August 2009
If you are looking for a way to innovatively market your products and services, TerraCycle is a company worth learning about. The unique way they capitalize on waste has inspired me to view garbage in a whole new light. Their approach to waste has set them apart and I think other companies can benefit from applying a similar outlook toward waste. TerraCycle produces and packages their products entirely from waste and they have become pioneers in the world of eco-capitalism. Their unique story has been written about countless times and you can read all about it here. Padosa recently took a site visit to their Trenton, NJ headquarters. Read the full story
Posted on 09 June 2009
As you probably know by now, it’s often the simple things that make your business more cost-effective and eco-friendly. You’ve already turned off your office’s light bulbs, rid the building of printers, and purchased new toilet paper. You’ve even “greenified” your trash. So you’re saving all the money you possibly can, right? Read the full story
Posted on 04 June 2009
Businesses in the United Kingdom are making strides towards more sustainable practices. In the region that is the world’s eighth greatest in emitting carbon dioxide, governments are providing incentives to encourage industry to build green. Here are examples of how alternative energy practices are saving money and promoting the environment in various UK industries. Read the full story
Posted on 02 June 2009
Are you in interested in recycling and reducing waste and need some resources to get started? Below is a list of recycling resources, including helpful sites for waste reduction, green purchasing, printing and packaging, composting and food waste.
U.S. EPA Waste Wise program – Federal program providing assistance for businesses, governments and nonprofits in solid waste reduction and disposal.
NJ Department of Environmental Protection Read the full story