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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...

TerraCycle’s coffee capsules recycling scheme tops 1.5 million in Australia

MILAN – TerraCycle ’s coffee capsules recycling scheme continues to succeed across Australia, with figures showing more th...

Club Coffee welcomes Ontario’s commitment to compostable products

TORONTO, Canada — Club Coffee, the leader in plant-based, compostable single serve coffee pods, saluted the Ontario govern...

Wellington Airport to introduce a reusable cup lending scheme

WELLINGTON, New Zealand – Wellington Airport will be the first airport in New Zealand to introduce a reusable coffee cup l...

​Löfbergs starts using recycled PET bottles for its Caffeine Water

KARLSTAD, Sweden — The coffee roaster Löfbergs starts using recycled PET in its bottles for Caffeine Water as a part of th...

Starbucks launch first ever airport reusable cup trial at Gatwick Airport

LONDON, UK – Starbucks and Hubbub are launching the first airport reusable cup trial in partnership with Gatwick Airport in London. The trial will offer drop off points for Starbucks reusable cups throughout the international airport’s South Terminal to help cut paper cup waste and address throw-away culture.

Danone NA achieves first “Zero Waste to Landfill” in New Jersey plant

BRIDGETON, NJ, U.S. – Danone North America today announced that its plant in Bridgeton, NJ became the first of its manufac...

Starbucks to power 3,000 US stores with renewable energy by 2021

SEATTLE, U.S. — LevelTen Energy announced today the close of a three-project renewable energy portfolio purchased by Starb...

Wmf Professional and Hepp introduce new paper packaging for cutlery items

BIRKENFELD, Germany — Polyethylene bags are now a thing of the past in logistics operations for WMF and HEPP cutlery items...

Positive Indian Ocean Dipole likelihood increases, says Bom Enso report

MELBOURNE, Australia – The Pacific Ocean and overlying atmosphere remain close to El Niño thresholds, so the ENSO Outlook ...