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Greener Warehousing Operations

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Greener Warehousing Just like we all try our best to organise our lives at home in a way that would be as efficient and environment-friendly as possible, we should be putting in the same effort in improving various aspects of our professional lives in order to have the minimal impact on the environment. Read More »

E-Waste, Recycling and Disposal – Facts, Statistics & Solutions


E-Waste In previous centuries, most waste our industry created was easily decomposable and non-polluting, which means that businesses weren’t compelled to invest much thought into it. Furthermore, environmental-awareness still wasn’t a thing, therefore even those elements which are potentially hazardous were often regarded as harmless. Today, things have changed. These days we know just how harmful e-waste can actually be, ... Read More »

Mobile Phone Recycling Decoded through its Various Stages for Users


Mobile Phone Recycling With the increase of electronic product consumption, the risk of e-waste, has also increased manifold. It is growing at an alarming rate to the point of becoming a global crisis. Developed countries are creating huge amount of e-waste while the developing nations are not that far behind. The bad news is that the numbers are steadily increasing. ... Read More »

E-Waste Problem, and How to Help


Did you know that 50 million tons of e-waste is generated worldwide every year and only 12.5% of it is being recycled? I love my electronics but this a great environmental concern that everyone should be aware of. This infographic educates consumers on how they can help tackle this problem by taking small actions when it comes to their discarded electronics. You ... Read More »

E-Scrap For Camp, Sunnking


E-Scrap Turn your old electronics into funds to support Camp Good Days & Special Times! (E-Scrap) Sunnking, in partnership with Camp Good Days and Special Times, has created a program entitled E-Scrap for Camp to turn old electronics into funds to help improve the quality of life for children, adults and families whose lives have been touched by cancer. Business and ... Read More »

Coffee Cup Waste Conundrum

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Coffee Cup In Great Britain alone, eight million takeaway coffees are bought every day. That’s a lot of coffee. It’s also a lot of cups (not to mention lids and cup holders). However, it’s okay, because according to the big coffee chains, these cups are recyclable. Why wouldn’t we believe that? After all, most are labelled with the recognisable Mobius-loop ... Read More »

Kelly Slater, Pro Surfer, Recycler

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Kelly Slater Kelly Slater’s new clothing line is tackling two pressing environmental issues at the same time:textile waste and ocean plastic. Outerknown, the 11-time world surfing champion’s sustainable menswear label, includes a line of 100 percent recyclable clothing made from reclaimed fishing nets. See exclusive photos of @KellySlater‘s sick new surf line http://t.co/4f9y4yC1BIpic.twitter.com/E1KQVwL6NR — GQ Fashion (@GQFashion) July 15, 2015 “I created Outerknown to ... Read More »

Plastic Pollution = Cancer of Our Oceans


Plastic Pollution By now, many people know that the ocean is filled with plastic debris. A recent study estimates that the amount of plastic waste that washes off land into the ocean each year is approximately 8 million metric tons. Jenna Jambeck, the study’s lead author, helps us visualize the magnitude by comparing it to finding five grocery bags full of ... Read More »

Plastic, Photos Show Impact of Pollution

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Plastic Brooklyn-based multimedia artist Alejandro Durán is bringing attention to the devastating environmental catastrophe of global waste and plastic pollution. In this ongoing project,Washed Up: Transforming a Trashed Landscape, the pristine beauty of Sian Ka’an—Mexico’s largest federally-protected reserve—is contrasted with colorful yet unsettling garbage collected from all over the world. Derrame (Spill), 2010. Alejandro Durán artistically arranges colorful pieces of ... Read More »

Adidas, to Turn Ocean Plastic Into Sportswear


Adidas Would you buy shoes or clothes made from trash that is recovered from the ocean? Adidas has partnered with Parley for the Oceans to develop materials made from ocean plastic waste to use in its products starting in 2016. The sportswear giant will also phase out plastic bags in its 2,900 retail stores around the world. Parley for the Oceans is ... Read More »

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