Recycling

5 Ways to Transform Your Business into a Sustainable One

Building a sustainable business means more than getting everyone to recycle. It's about establishing new business strategies and team mindset.

John Boitnott

Taylor Stitch Makes Us Rethink Our Wardrobe

Most clothes end up in the landfill. The solution is to make and sell much better clothes.

ReGrained Markets Food Made From Upcycled Brewery 'Spent' Grain

The hardest part of entrepreneurship is finding the courage to act on your ideas.

3 Ways to Make a Commitment to Sustainability Your Customers Want to See

Sustainability is no longer a distant cousin of business. Consumers want it from their favorite brands. So, get started.

Lee Rhodes

Can Even Small Companies Have an Impact on the Environment? Yup, These 2 Have.

Proud Source Water teamed with Fishbone Packaging to help eliminate plastic from the bottled water industry.

Stephen Key

The Future Is Green and Growing Fast

Demand for sustainable solutions at global scale is an enormous entrepreneurial opportunity.

Sherry Gray

New Recycling Process Turns Waste Plastic Into Oil

Rather than dumping waste plastic into our oceans, Recycling Technologies created a machine that turns it into oil usable as fuel.

How to Recycle Your Technology

Do your part by donating your old tech or getting rid of it in an environmentally safe way.

Eric Griffith

How Entrepreneurs Can Turn Trash Into Profit (Literally)

Embracing the circular economy can bring business success and appeal to customers -- and maybe even save the world.

Elizabeth Gore

Apple's New AirPods Are Tough to Recycle

The company has said that the $159 headphones can be returned to it for recycling.

Reuters

This Phone Case Allows for Longer Battery Life by Recycling Cast-Off Energy

Nikola Labs just launched a Kickstarter project to bring this innovative phone case to the masses.

Carly Okyle

The Keurig K-Cup's Inventor Says He Feels Bad That He Made It. Here's Why.

K-cups are everywhere. And its waste is, too, thanks to the fact that the cups are almost impossible to recycle.

Drake Baer