At his carpet company, Ray Anderson has increased sales and doubled profits while turning the traditional "take / make / waste" industrial system on its head. In a gentle, understated way, he shares a powerful vision for sustainable commerce.
How strange we humans are in the way we can live with an epidemic that is killing 3.5 times more people every month in the EU than Ebola and the worst thing is this, it’s not sick people who are … Continue reading →
by Alex Murray When you’re buying a new bed or mattress, it’s easy to forget about the hidden expense and hassle of parting company with your old one. So how do the reuse and recycling options for an old bed or mattress shape up? Is there something you can do that is easy, economical…
The 'Energy from Coffee Wastewater' project has proven that it is possible to generate energy, tackle climate change and protect water resources by treating discharges from coffee mills. - edie news centre
by Hilary Vick The news that nappy recycling specialist Knowaste is looking to open a new facility will receive rather a lukewarm welcome – at least from those of us engaged in trying to minimise the environmental impact of nappies by promoting reusables. Their plan, submitted on 14th September, is for a new absorbent…
As electronics further permeate every aspect of human living, their own life spans shorten, leaving the question: Where do electronics go when they die? For tons of e-waste annually, the last stop is one of the most polluted places on earth: Agbogbloshie, a digital dumping ground in Ghana.
We generate about 177 million tonnes of waste every year in England and it's estimated that UK businesses could save up to £6.4 billion per year by improving the way they use resources. To mark the launch of Zero Waste Week, founder Rachelle Strauss offers her top 20 tips to help businesses... - edie news centre
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