It was not only a matter of saving money, there were also created hundreds of jobs with this approach.
Since 2015, Unilever is reusing all regular waste from more than 240 factories in 67 countries worldwide. This saves the company 200 million USD.
Unilever- multinational food and non-food – reports that they are the first industrial group of this size, avoiding landfill on this scale. It was not only a matter of saving money, there were also created hundreds of jobs with this approach. Read More
Waste is a lack of imagination. We can win raw materials from electronic waste, but you can also recycle and upgrade it into art.
These artists show you there art from electronic waste in order for your awareness. Most of our electronics are replaced because there the market offers new stuff that’s better, more beautiful and faster.
As a consumer, you do have to ask yourself: is this product of no use any more for me? Read More
This Plumen Lightbulb uses 80% less energy and lasts eight times longer
Help your office members to a better quality of light! The Plumen 001 is an eco-friendly and (yes!) attractive alternative to the incandescent light bulb.
This lamp uses80% less energyand lasts eight times longer than traditional light bulbs. This design-conscious, twisty bulb screws into any standard bulb fitting—and gives off a light that’s bright and pretty, both shaded and bare. Read More
Nr. 1 water stressed metropool Tokyo. Picture of the Skyline of Tokyo, with Mount Fuji in the backyard
Want to know which cities suffer from water stress? The Nature Conservancy has published a list of the top 20 of cities with water stress.
Over 500 cities around the world were investigated. In (big) cities like Tokyo, Shanghai and LA, a large number of people in a relatively small area puts a lot of pressure on water supplies, especially during times of drought. Read More
The Aquapolo project was initiated to address new government regulations to restrict industrial use of potable water in São Paulo.
Aquapolo will supply the Capuava Petrochemical Complex of Mauá, located in São Paulo’s ABC region, thereby conserving enough drinking water to continuously supply a population of 300,000 people. Read More
The West Werribee project will provide high quality recycled water to 20,000 homes when complete in 2014
A record $182.2 million has been invested by City West Water in vital water infrastructure in theMelbourne (Australia) in the 2012-13 financial year.
Total water purchased for the year was 103.2 billion litres, with average residential consumption per customer remaining relatively low at 157 litres of water per person. Is Melbourne an example for Sao Paulo Brazil? Read More
It’s time cities fix their water leaks. Water loss from failing infrastructure, faulty metering and flat-out theft costs money, and often means lost revenue for utilities and higher rates for consumers. Between 1996 and 2010, the cost of water services in the U.S. rose by nearly 90 percent! Read More
Rotterdam car-park, which doubles as one of the Netherlands’ largest underground water storage facilities, capable of holding 10 million liters
The construction of additional water storage facilities and water plazas, and the provision of incentives for green roofs, all help to preserve the optimal quality of life in the city despite the drastic climate change. Read More