Zappos redesigns its shoe boxes to be infinitely reusable

May 29, 2016 by  
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With more and more of us now ordering basic goods online, the average person’s life is starting to include more cardboard than ever before. Online shoe retailer Zappos has decided to do its part in cutting down on cardboard waste by redesigning its packaging in a truly innovative way. Instead of ending up in a landfill, each box is able to take on a second life as a fun or useful craft project.  

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Shrinking Packages Help Dell Cut Material Use by Nearly 9M Pounds

August 24, 2010 by  
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Dell has reduced its packaging by 8.7 million pounds in the past year, neared its goal to add more recycled content and is well over halfway to making the majority of its packaging recyclable in most places.

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Is Your Product Good for the Climate? Here’s How to Prove It

August 24, 2010 by  
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Rigorous environmental product declarations are relatively new in the U.S., and Bekaert Specialty Films is among the early adopters of the practice. BSF completed a climate declaration with the lifecycle analyses of 32 of its solar window films

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KFC Lands in Hot Water for its Packaging

April 9, 2010 by  
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In the latest sign of how forestry and paper issues are coming to the fore for companies in almost all industries, the fast food chain is currently under fire from environmental groups for using virgin forests to supply the paper for its packaging.

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Volvo Water and Energy Intensity Grows, but Total Use Falls

April 9, 2010 by  
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Although water and energy use at Volvo declines last year, the gains were outpaced by production declines, driving up intensity in both areas.

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