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DS Smith ‘s successful coffee cup recycling scheme exported to Europe

LONDON, UK — DS Smith, the leading sustainable packaging company, announces today that it is expanding its coffee cup recy...

Selling throwaway coffee cups separately makes consumers ditch damaging disposables

STIRLING, UK — New trials led by Zero Waste Scotland revealed that cafés which replaced discounts for reusable cups with c...

Introducing a world-first: A Coke bottle made with plastic from the sea

ATLANTA, U.S. – Coca-Cola is unveiling the first ever sample bottle made using recovered and recycled marine plastics, dem...

Caribou Coffee announces subscription to community solar gardens

SAN FRANCISCO, U.S. — Renewable Properties, a leading developer and financier of 1-20 MW utility solar energy projects, to...

Nestlé joins the ‘One Planet Business for Biodiversity’ coalition

VEVEY, Switzerland — Nestlé today joined the ‘One Planet Business for Biodiversity’ (OP2B) coalition to take bold actions ...

Nestlé recognized for its leadership in sustainability by UN Global Compact

NEW YORK, U.S. – Nestlé has today again been named as a Global Compact LEAD company for its ongoing commitment to the Unit...

Victoria Arduino coffee machines going Green for sustainable buildings

MELBOURNE (Australia) – Victoria Arduino ’s green movement involves diverse aspects; from the study of the Life Cycle Asse...

Air New Zealand set to roll out coffee cups made from plants in October

MILAN – Air New Zealand is set to roll out coffee cups made from plants rather than plastic across its domestic and intern...

Student Benguet State University builds lure trap for coffee berry borers

LA TRINIDAD, The Philippines – For his undergraduate thesis, Jimmer John Bisaya, who was then majoring in Entomology at Be...

Fred Olsen announces removal of single-use disposable tea/coffee cups

IPSWICH, UK – Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has today announced that it is the first cruise line to work with environmental ca...