Maybe you’ve already planned what you’re having for dinner, or maybe you are figuring it out during the coming week. No matter what, we have some tips for you to cut your food waste and make sure that none of the delicious food you’ve spent hours making will go uneaten!
Whether you’re doing it for the environment, to save money, or to attract talent, being a sustainable workplace is never a bad idea! In this two-part series, we will guide you on how to bring a zero waste mindset into your office. In this first part, we will focus on how to encourage employees and … Continue reading How to help your workplace go green: part 1
Going zero waste can seem overwhelming. We have been conditioned to buy, buy, buy and changing that can be a little scary. But going zero waste does not have to be difficult. You just need to take one step at a time.
Written by: Cara Mattaliano E-Waste Do you treat your iPhone, camera, or television set just like any other piece of trash? Have you ever wondered what happens to your electronic waste once it is tossed in the garbage? According to CNN, 70% of all electronic waste in the world is sent to China. Why is … Continue reading The Dangers of E-Waste and What You Can Do to Help
Written by: Brittany Thatcher The College of New Jersey, only about four miles away from the TerraCycle headquarters in Trenton, New Jersey, has recently signed on to the American College and University President’s Climate Commitment, along with many other colleges and universities across the country. By doing so, TCNJ is making a commitment to reduce … Continue reading Bringing Sustainability to College Campuses
Written by Cameron Patel Many people want to be more sustainable, but are unwilling to make drastic changes to their lives. Even so, every little effort can help. Here are some very easy, impactful changes that anyone can make to their daily lives to make them a bit more environmentally conscious. 1. Conserve Water: Being more efficient … Continue reading 5 Habits to Become More Eco-Friendly