In today’s throw-away culture, it’s easy to just replace something that breaks. But did you know that repairing stuff is actually better for your pocket and the planet?
Did you know that you can recycle old electronics, plastic bags, and even toothpaste tubes? In this blog post, we list 15 household items that you might not know you can recycle, and how to recycle them properly. By recycling these items, you can help reduce waste and protect the environment.
Vaping remains controversial because its health impact is unknown. But people should not only focus on the health benefits, but also consider its environmental impact.
Most people spend almost a third of their lives at the office. Work-based activities can have a huge impact on the environment and sometimes we are completely oblivious to it. Aside from switching off standby appliances at the socket, here are twelve comprehensive tips for an environmentally-friendly office:
Recycling has been a key part of sustainability efforts in developed countries for decades. It’s a tried-and-true, effective way to reduce waste and prolong the life of valuable resources — right? Well, it’s not that simple. Let’s see how effective recycling truly is at cutting back on waste and helping the environment.
Becoming a sustainable business is about more than just pleasing customers. Numerous benefits come from developing more sustainable practices and products, including increasing the overall company’s bottom line. Learn the top benefits of becoming a greener company, and the strategies you can use to transform your business into one.
Toxic materials such as mercury, lead, arsenic, cadmium, beryllium, chromium and other components of electronics contaminate both the environment and harm the workers processing them. By recycling old electronics locally and responsibly, we make sure that toxic waste is not contributing to environmental or health problems elsewhere in the world.
There are numerous environmentally friendly ways of disposing of old tires. We’ll be exploring some of the options today, along with what you can do right now with the old tires in your garage or backyard.
The circular economy is an approach to resource use that focuses on keeping materials in use for as long as possible. It seeks to eliminate waste through reuse, recycling, or recovery. Today we dive deeper into the circular economy to understand the growing interest. We look at the benefits for businesses, individuals, and society. We also explore the challenges to full adoption by companies.