Pitching Your Case for Sustainability

2020-09-01T20:58:46+00:00August 27th, 2014|Workplace Solutions|

“How much is all this sustainability stuff going to cost?” In a World of growing resource and environmental crises, cost may be the least of a corporation’s concerns when required to adopt sustainability principles to ensure long-term viability. Water scarcity is probably the most publicized concern that has many industries scrambling to innovate. In many [...]

TV has Gotten Trashy!

2020-09-01T20:58:46+00:00August 22nd, 2014|Trash Talk 101|

Has everyone been watching Human Resources on Pivot TV?  We have, and so far we’re loving it! The show is based on the inner workings of the innovative recycling company TerraCycle. Located in Trenton, New Jersey, TerraCycle’s lineup of spunky employees are led by their CEO Tom Szaky, who founded the company at 20 years [...]

Feeling the Pressure to ‘Go Green’?

2020-09-01T20:58:46+00:00August 18th, 2014|Workplace Solutions|

The pressure on businesses to go green is red hot. Employees and community members are increasingly expecting companies to function as community stewards; while at the same time, executives and business leaders are looking to capitalize on sustainability’s public relations and cost-saving opportunities. Regardless of what has been accomplished, the pressure doesn’t let up. Companies [...]

DC Looks to Improve their 16% Recycling Rate

2020-09-01T20:58:46+00:00August 11th, 2014|Workplace Solutions|

On July 14th of 2014, DC passed two pieces of legislation, setting the stage for progression towards a more sustainable waste management system. The District currently only recycles 16%... that’s barely a third of MD’s recycling rate. Here are a few key accomplishments of the two Acts. Solid Waste Hierarchy Establishing a hierarchy will now [...]

The Pursuit of Zero Waste in Maryland

2020-09-01T20:58:47+00:00August 5th, 2014|Workplace Solutions|

Zero waste is becoming a common point of discussion in areas with progressive solid waste management programs who are planning for the future. Zero Waste means “designing and managing products and processes to systematically avoid and eliminate the volume and toxicity of waste and materials, conserve and recover all resources, and not burn or bury them. [...]

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