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Michael Meacham Apr 17
Replying to @LorenaSGonzalez
Trees raise prop values; more importantly they make neighborhoods walkable in UrbanHeatIslandEffect & resilient in rising climate temps. low income areas often have park strips w/o trees. All trees are NOT equal. ,
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DoggosOfYYC Apr 9
Let’s say I ate a toy (as if) ... and let’s say the next day, I 💩’d and parts of it were in the 💩... does mom put said 💩 in compost bin or garbage bin? Inquiring doggo minds want to know ...
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WK Thomas Apr 18
What is bagasse? is the name for the residual fibers that remain after the squeezing of sugarcanes at the sugar production. It is stable & sturdy, water repellent & grease-proof: also suitable for hot & very oily/greasy dishes & is completely &
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BioBag 11h
Thanks to for using our bags when delivering fresh & organic greens. Photo by @readbetweenthegreen (via IG)
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Lorraine Brucker-Romac Apr 10
. explaining that when there is no way to recycle flexible packaging-which end up buried, burned or in the ocean- packaging is a viable, efficient, sustainable solution. Let's change law and behavior to have options when recycling is not possible
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Monika Furtado Apr 18
I bought compostable coffee pods. Yay me. Open the package and each one is individually wrapped and the wrapper is neither recyclable nor compostable. Not yay me. Fix this Melitta.
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Hilde Heyvaert Apr 17
Today Claire and l stopped at in Antwerp for a bite. Not only have they a really good recycling system, they also give cutlery. If a small chain can do that and offer at affordable prices, then why can't bigger chains and themeparks do the same?
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Manuel Ramos Alfonzo Apr 17
Compostable is today a solution where separated collection for waste exists + the capacity to sort "mistakes" in the compostable stream also exist. Lets make the list and I start with...
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SupplyWorks, A Home Depot Company Apr 17
. bags & liners will integrate seamlessly into your facility's zero-waste & organic diversion programs. Engineered for superior strength, these liners control odors while keeping bins clean.
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Elle Apr 18
love your chocolates but can you make the packaging or
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Unilever Apr 4
Sunlight Dishwashing Liquid in South Africa has introduced fully recyclable bottles that are made from 100% recycled plastic. A step towards our goal of ensuring that all our plastic packaging will be fully , or by 2025.
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Tri-Star Packaging 22h
What a great idea! This Thailand supermarket uses innovative banana leaves to avoid excessive plastic usage. If you are short on banana skins then head over to our website to check out our packaging products.
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Noemi Sparks Apr 2
The HQ office is going green! We're switching to cups and utensils. I'm so proud of our efforts to be more .
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Dulwich HealthMatters 17h
Enjoy that guilt-free cocktail with these paper straws 🌍♻️👍 !
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Cups'n'Stuff Apr 18
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Planglow Apr 10
Anglesey is the first county in the UK to be awarded status. Nice one!
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Oreratech Feb 24
Made entirely of based material - our new bagasse coffee cups feature plastic free lining & lids making them 100% in your backyard or commercial facility 🌿
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Jane Apr 14
Great to see you on More could have been said about the packaging
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Green Man Packaging Apr 8
Afternoon We think you'll love our compostable cups with the Green Britain design. Available in 8oz & 12oz, request free samples online >
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Parkside Apr 17
What do you think about this packaging that we provided for ? It is fully home compostable and is designed to break down within 26 weeks! Learn more on our website:
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