Airport Using Worms to Help Reduce Waste

January 17, 2013 by  
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One of the nation’s busiest airports is taking a new approach to managing the half a pound of garbage that the average traveler generates per visit. The Charlotte (N.C.) Douglas International Airport has installed a vermicomposting system at its…

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Airport Using Worms to Help Reduce Waste

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One of the nation’s busiest airports is taking a new approach to managing the half a pound of garbage that the average traveler generates per visit. The Charlotte (N.C.) Douglas International Airport has installed a vermicomposting system at its…

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Facebook Goes Solar

November 4, 2011 by  
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Facebook is planning to create renewable electricity and hot water with a solar cogeneration system at its new headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif., the company announced on Thursday. The social networking giant purchased and renovated the 57-acre…

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Levi’s Jeans Made With Rocks, Not Water

November 3, 2011 by  
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Jeans may be the ultimate fashion essential, but your favorite pair of Levi’s 501’s come with a heavy toll on the environment: A single pair of jeans uses over 800 gallons of water throughout its lifecycle – from the cotton fields to your closet to…

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How SC Johnson Cut Its Emissions by 27% in 5 Years

July 5, 2011 by  
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S.C. Johnson exceeded its most recent greenhouse gas reduction goal by more than three times thanks to renewable energy and a system at its largest manufacturing plant that uses landfill byproducts in place of coal.

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