Single-Use Shower Gels : Shower Gel
Shower Gel – As part of its #LushMoods range, Lush Cosmetics will be introducing a series of spa-inspired products for a limited time, including an innovative s…
WASTED – How to create local welfare from waste management | Cooperative City
Based in Amsterdam since 2008, CITIES Foundation has been working to address global urban development problems by implementing solutions at the local level. CITIES first research project, Farming the City, has evolved into a social enterprise for local food distribution service, Foodlogica. In 2017, CITIES published “The Wasted City,” a book exploring models of circular economy to manage waste, starting from plastic food packaging.
Outstanding Success! – EU Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Funding Awarded to Project on Sustainable Public Procurement.
SAPIENS – Sustainability and Procurement in International, European, and National Systems – have been awarded a Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Innovative Training Network (ITN) grant of €3.9 million.
How Do Water Sensors Help You Live A Sustainable Lifestyle
There are many measures you can implement to conserve water and lead a sustainable lifestyle. Obvious options include rainwater harvesting, greywater recycling, and little conscientious lifestyle changes like shortening showers and going easy on the sprinklers and repairing faulty leaks ASAP.
You may, however, be missing out on fixing small leakages from malfunctioning appliances like the water heater, dishwasher, or a hidden pipe leak. These leaks, besides wasting a lot of water, can run your utility bills high and herald major problems ranging from stained walls and black mold to potential flooding.
Sustainable Sourcing: Strengthen Your Supply Chain
In this time of uncertainty, making the right and informed sourcing decisions has become more of a business necessity than ever.
Bernalillo County resumes single-use plastic ban | The Independent
After a year long hiatus, in which single-use plastics were encouraged for Covid-safety, Bernalillo County is reinstating its single-use plastic ban. County manager Julie Morgas Baca is rescinding the order she implemented last summer allowing businesses to use the bags during the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a press release from the county. Bernalillo County intends to work closely with business owners to ensure a smooth transition while offering counseling on any possible violations, as well as working with vendors so they might help remind business owners that it is no longer allowed.