MGM Resorts International’s Yalmaz Siddiqui: What’s cooked in Vegas, stays in Vegas

July 15, 2019 by  
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The region of Las Vegas presents a unique and surprising contrast to this present day norm. Food waste of all types is often up-cycled to the right destination not down-cycled to lower value. Learn what happens in Vegas: MGM Resorts, the predominant hospitality player in the city is ready to share.

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William McDonough: Not just circular, but safe

July 15, 2019 by  
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William McDonough discusses the importance of first ensuring that materials are safe and healthy when designing for circularity.

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VERGE Talk: Seeing is believing — visualizing solutions to Hawaii’s energy challenges

June 27, 2018 by  
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One of the top data visualization experts in the country demonstrates what happens when you take Hawaii’s expansive energy data sets and present them simply and elegantly to help the state’s commissioners and policymakers make more informed decisions about models to achieve its clean energy goals.

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Genentech’s democratic sustainability leadership

November 22, 2016 by  
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Here’s what happens when employees get together to rally for sustainable business practices.

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What Happens To Your Car At The End Of Its Life Cycle?

September 12, 2016 by  
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While environmentally conscious consumers—and automakers—put a lot of emphasis on cars that operate efficiently, just as important is what happens to those cars when they’re done operating. After all, more than 12 million vehicles were scrapped…

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This Pencil Printer Erases Waste

October 6, 2015 by  
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Did you know that 15-20 billion pencils are manufactured around the world each year? About 3.6 billion of those pencils are used in the US. That’s a lot of pencils. So what happens to those pencils when they become a little nub too small to write…

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Closed Loop Fund Invests In Opening Recycling Opportunities

July 16, 2015 by  
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Recycling is a system. It is a system of consumption, transformation and rebirth.  It is a supply chain system of inputs, outputs and infrastructure.  Without this recycling system, the world would be a much trashier place.  So what happens if the…

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Where Do Phone Books Come From and Where Do They End Up?

May 16, 2013 by  
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Ever wonder about the journey your phone book has taken to arrive at your door, or what happens once it it’s recycled? Check out the green practices employed by Dex for its directories before and after delivery.

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‘ecoATM’ Dispenses Cash for Old Phones

September 27, 2012 by  
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The release of the iPhone 5 might be exciting for Apple retailers and consumers alike, but with all of those new phones comes a question – what happens to the old ones? A surge of iPhone 4 and iPhone 4s have found their way to plenty of auction…

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Can You Recycle Car Airbags?

January 13, 2012 by  
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When you buy a new or used car from the dealership, you typically hand over your current car in return. But what happens to your old ride after you drive off in the new one? Usually, the car is re-sold or disassembled for materials recovery and…

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