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Food is a terrible thing to waste, but we sure waste a lot of it in South Sound, and across the country. The average U.S. family throws away about 25 percent of the food it buys. Imagine coming home from the grocery store with four bags of groceries,
Over the years, manufacturing giant Pepsi Cola Jamaica has demonstrated its support of initiatives that better the country. In its latest stride, the company has partnered with the government and Wisynco to establish the Recycle Now Jamaica project.
The area of grants is very specific and the best advice I can give you is perhaps to talk with someone else in the sector who may have gone through the same journey before you and see what grants they were able to avail of and how they went about it.
Waste Free Environment Day campaign last year to signal the start of an annual event that raises awareness of the value of plastics...This year's campaign will take place on Thursday, Feb. 20, in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Jubail, Riyadh, Rabigh and Kuwait
With the swelling use of tablets, laptops, smartphones and other technologies that keep us connected come concerns over what happens when those gadgets are discarded for the latest model. According to the Solving the E-Waste Problem (StEP) Initiative,
Food waste could cost households £470 each year, says Zero Waste Scotland Some 630,000 tonnes of food waste is created each year in Scotland Households that cut down on food waste could save £470 a year, according to a new campaign. Zero Waste
Creekside Cafe and Grill Online: www.yvsc.org/talkinggreen We often hear about closing the loop when it comes to environmental practices, but what does that mean exactly, what's a loop and why are we closing it? The loop can be looked at as the cycle
In a move of continuity for a state agency that has undergone major changes in recent years, the governor's office said Thursday it planned to appoint a top aide in the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection to succeed Commissioner Daniel
More Information More than a million hungry worms at Charlotte Douglas International Airport now have a state permit to eat travelers food waste, after broken equipment and other missteps delayed the centerpiece of the airports new recycling center
At a seminar "Waste to Resource", experts pointed out ways and means to reuse construction material to build buildings which are sustainable. "India needs urgent intervention to protect its land, water, public space and environment from the egregious