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  • California Recycling Rates Taking a Dive

    April 04 2019 – reuzbl Admin

    California Recycling Rates Taking a Dive

    California, the state best known for sunshine and environmentally friendly citizens has had recycling rates for beverage containers dropping to an all-time low. Because of changes in California’s recycling program beverage container rates have dropped below 80 percent. According to the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery, in 2013, 85 percent of beverage containers were recycled, but in 2016...

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  • Trader Joe’s Is Eliminating a Million Pounds of Plastic

    March 11 2019 – Joseph Pearce

    Trader Joe’s Is Eliminating a Million Pounds of Plastic

    Bringing in the New Year, Trader Joe’s announces that they will be taking a closer look at how they are valuing sustainability in stores. Currently, Trader Joe’s uses packaging that has the highest recyclability acceptance rate in the U.S., but reducing the amount of plastic packaging is their current focus. Furthermore, Trader Joe’s also announced that they are also focusing...

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  • 5 Ways to Be Environmentally Friendly (Work Edition)

    March 04 2019 – reuzbl Admin

    5 Ways to Be Environmentally Friendly (Work Edition)

    Constantly grabbing the plastic cups, using paper plates, plastic knives and forks, being environmentally friendly at the office isn’t easy. Check out our 5 tips below to make the switch to a more “green” office enivoronment. Pack your lunch. Bringing lunch means saving money and saving the planet! Be sure to pack your food with glass Tupperware that can be...

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  • Smartphones Improving Vehicle Emissions?

    March 04 2019 – reuzbl Admin

    Smartphones Improving Vehicle Emissions?

    Smartphones have been deemed in a negative light when it comes to, blue light affecting our health and negatively impacting our social skills. However, we may need to give more credit to our smartphones when it comes to monitoring pavement quality and vehicle emissions. You heard that right. Jake Raxon,  MIT Concrete Sustainability Hub research assistant has collaborated with Harvard...

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