Kerecis Reduces Waste By Repurposing Fish Skin

Kerecis, a company in Iceland, has partnered with Iceland Ocean Cluster on a 100% Fish Project with the goal of creating high-value products out of previously wasted parts of the Atlantic Cod.

One such product is turning fish skin into human skin grafts, enabling burn victims to heal and generate new skin. Other products include getting fish oil from fish liver, exporting fish heads to Africa, and making fish leather from fish skin.

The 100% Fish Project fosters innovation, promotes economic development, […]

New Jersey Tripled Plastic Use After Bag Ban

The ban on single-use plastic bags in New Jersey has proven unfriendly to the environment, nearly tripling the amount of plastic used in the state.

Stores may be reluctant to let go of the rule, despite its problems, because the bag-selling business has actually proven quite lucrative for them.


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By |2024-02-11T03:39:35+00:00February 9, 2024|Tags: , , , |

Starbucks Adds Incentive for Customers To Bring Their Own Cups

Starbucks Coffee Company is allowing customers to bring their own reusable cup when ordering in the drive-thru, in the café, or with the app.

All company-owned stores and participating licensed Starbucks have implemented the program, which is part of Starbucks’ sustainability commitment to reduce waste by 50% by the year 2030.

Customers receive a ten-cent discount and a member reward of 25 Bonus Stars for bringing their own cup. Starbucks is the first national coffee chain in the United States to allow customers […]

By |2024-01-27T06:40:02+00:00January 26, 2024|Tags: , , , |

Clothing Rental Is the New Fashion Trend

Clothing Rental Business Nuuly Beat Expectations.

Urban Outfitters went all in with Nuuly, its clothing rental business. Betting on the appeal of trendiness and sustainability to its young customer base, the group decided to use its large resources and extensive brand network to offer an impressive inventory of clothing to wear at work, in the street, at home, and on special occasions. According to the company, the opportunities for success far outweigh the risks.


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