Sunny Delight Reaches Zero Waste Goal, But Is Still Bad for You

September 8, 2010 by  
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Here at Inhabitat we love hearing about multi-national corporations undertaking incredible measures to become more Earth friendly, so with the recent announcement that all of Sunny Delight ’s US and Spanish companies have gone certifiable zero waste to landfill, we’re inclined to give them a standing ovation for their eco-efforts. But unfortunately, there’s another equally dire aspect that requires us to sit back down – because while green in production, the beverage itself remains a sugary mess.

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eBay to Launch Reusable Shipping Container this Fall

September 8, 2010 by  
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Packaging and shipping products consumes vast amounts of paper — so in a bid to cut down the use of packaging and reduce its carbon footprint, online auction giant eBay just launched a reusable shipping container. The box itself is made out of 100% FSC-certified material, features water-based inks and requires minimal tape to close.

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Sunny Delight Goes Zero Waste

August 18, 2010 by  
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The Ohio-based juice maker also made strides in other 2011 environmental goals, Sunny Delight explained its 2009 Sustainability Report released this week, which spans several areas of its operation, including transportation and logistics, packaging, energy and water use, and waste.

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SunChips’ Green Packaging Comes Under Fire for Creating a Racket

August 18, 2010 by  
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Laura Scudders, a brand born during the Depression Era, used to claim its potato chips were the "noisiest chips in the world." These days, to hear some consumers tell it, SunChips are breaking the sound barrier with new packaging that is eco-friendly but creates a din when handled.

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Clean Batteries and Dirty Coal: Your Tax Dollars at Work

August 18, 2010 by  
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The Recovery Act is spending big money in surprising places, including cleantech startups that have yet to find a market and a company that makes mining equipment for coal-fired power plants.

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