Prominent Northeastern grocery store chain Hannaford Supermarkets made headlines recently by declaring that for an entire year it had not sent any spoiled or outdated food to landfills, where the organic decomposition process produces methane, one of the most potent greenhouse gases. Instead, Hannaford, which operates in New England and New York, is contracting with an anaerobic food reprocesser to strip the food from its packaging, mix it with microbes and manure, and turn it into fuel, fertilizer and bedding for dairy cows.
The term sustainability evokes an eye roll in some quarters. But a new report by Lux Research says that’s changing. Here’s why it’s important to microgrids.
French drinks group Pernod Ricard has revealed its 2030 Sustainability and Responsibility plan, which addresses environmental issues, social responsibility and combatting alcohol abuse…
Mulalley Sustainability SECBE Awards 2020 finalist – Holy Trinity, Tulse Hill – straw bale build (submitted by Holy Trinity Church) Tulse Hill Straw Build is a client-designed community building built by the community – over 500 volunteer builders to date constructing a large, permanent facility from straw and other up-cycled or low carbon materials in South London. The much-needed facility includes a large hall, kitchen, office, 3 group rooms, lift & link to Grade II Listed church.