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Humans are consuming the resources of 1,5 Earths to satisfy their needs and support their lifestyle. Have a look at how we exhaust natural resources while generating thousands of tones of waste.
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Quite self-explanatory, on this graphic you will find 10 of the most revolutionary campuses across the US that have embraced green practices and technologies as for waste reduction, facilities, renewable energy etc.
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Americans seem to have done much as far as recycling is concerned. This graphic presents the amount of trash produced, the percentage of waste recycled, and the impact of recycling in America since the 1960?s.
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Get an idea of the trash volume produced in North America and why the adoption of sustainable, eco-friendly waste management methods are becoming a national priority.
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Today is the Earth Day. Aside the responsibilities that burden the manufacturing sector, we as individuals can do a lot to help our planet survive from the human rush. Upcycling is a good example of adopting a greener lifestyle. Fast Haul presents 8 alternative ideas of reusing waste materials to create new products with value.
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Natural resources exhaustion is not fictional and much more measures must taken in order to control this threat. Likewise, resource scarcity is closing faster than we think. Carbon trust presents how businesses respond to this situation and how active or stagnant they are to the direction of securing sustainability.
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Our life runs on plastic. Since the advent of this revolutionary of its times material a lot have changed. Our planet suffocates due to excessive plastic waste and pollution. Ecover UK comes up with a revolutionary approach on plastic production.
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Electronics have particularly short lifespan due to the rapid technological evolution that brings us even more, even better, even smarter devices. What is really worrying is the fact that hardly 18% of discarded e-waste ends up in proper recycling plants. Read some interesting stats about the environmental burden caused from careless electronic waste disposal and the value of recycling.
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Don’t carelessly throw your smartphone away! After conventional mobile phone recycling the time has come to talk about smartphone waste management as their short lifecycle has already resulted in big digi-piles in dumps. Just see the volume of the lost resources and environmental impact.
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Warehouses are leading the trend in energy efficient design as small measure can make a big difference.There are numerous techniques to help a company GREEN a warehouse. Look inside!