Of the $350 billion that Americans spend on electricity, nearly 75% of energy in the United States is wasted.
Companies and individuals who want to improve their impact on the environment often begin by taking a closer look at their carbon footprint.
More companies than ever are embracing zero waste goals as a way to enhance their sustainability efforts and reduce their dependence on unpredictable raw material prices.
Waste management today requires forward thinking and viable alternatives as manufacturers explore ways to cut costs and improve their sustainability initiatives.
Landfills are one of the largest sources of methane emissions in the United States. Waste to Energy technology provides companies with a way to reduce the amount of waste they contribute to landfills, creating a higher level of sustainability in the process.
Recycling is a necessity in today’s industry, yet many companies still struggle with determining what type of recycling offers the most benefits.
Sustainable manufacturing practices are among the biggest trends in industry today.
With Closed Loop Recycling, all waste has value.
If your company produces spent solvents, you’ve likely developed a plan to safely and legally dispose of them.
Companies that don’t see the value of their waste often miss out on an opportunity to enjoy a boost to their fiscal success and reputation.
It’s no secret that companies that generate hazardous waste are required to follow detailed regulatory requirements for disposal.
At a time when industrial and environmental regulations are constantly in flux, protecting your company and incorporating the highest level of sustainability into your corporate goals, is not only socially responsible but just good business in today’s environment.
For manufacturing facilities, the waste that is generated can represent an environmental burden, especially if the waste is hazardous.
It doesn’t take much of an excuse to have a Fiesta at the Temarry facility located in Tecate, B.C. Mexico. Birthdays, holidays, wedding anniversaries and seasonal events are all reasons to celebrate.
At first glance, you may be wondering what on earth we are talking about. How can a basketball team and Temarry Recycling have anything in common at all? But if you give me a few minutes, I’ll show you exactly what they have in common.