• New study reveals strong economic impact of US scrap recycling industry

    New study reveals strong economic impact of US scrap recycling industry0

    The recycling industry accounts for nearly half a million jobs in the U.S. and generates more than $116 billion annually in economic activity, as per a new Economic Impact Study report released by the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI). The study was performed by the independent consulting firm of John Dunham and Associates to

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  • “World’s greenest terminal” launches at Oslo Airport

    “World’s greenest terminal” launches at Oslo Airport0

    Recycled steel and special, eco-friendly, concrete mixed with volcanic ash has been used throughout, says Nordic Designed by Nordic-Office of Architecture, the 115,000 sqm expansion to Oslo Airport sets new standards in sustainability, the by Oslo-based company announced. The competition-winning design, which uses snow as a coolant, has achieved the world’s first BREEAM ‘Excellent’ sustainability

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  • Reebok “growing” plant-based footwear

    Reebok “growing” plant-based footwear0

    Goal is to create a range of bio-based footwear that can be composted after use, says company Global fitness brand Reebok recently announced its “Cotton + Corn” sustainable products initiative, which will bring plant-based footwear to the market later this year. This is an initiative developed by the Reebok Future team to create shoes “made

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  • Imdaad, Lamps 4 U launch green solution for spent CFLs

    Imdaad, Lamps 4 U launch green solution for spent CFLs0

    Improper disposal of energy-efficient tube lights and bulbs, though safe to use, pose a significant risk to the environment because they can release toxic mercury into the air, soil and water, causing harm to the environment and humans. With compact fluorescent lights (CFLs) as an essential component of everyday living, it is crucial to take

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