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How2Recycle Logos Aim to Make Recycling Easier


This post was written by Gwen Lorio, associate research fellow in Global Stewardship.

According to the latest EPA stats, about a third of the waste generated in the U.S. is recycled. That’s a number we’re hoping to help our consumers change for the better.

Next month, you’ll begin to see How2Recyle logos on some of our products in the U.S., including Fresh Step® and Scoop Away® kitty litter cartons, Green Works® laundry detergent and dishwashing liquid, and Oxi® stain remover. And our goal is to have all of our products carry the logos by 2020.

VIDEO: Find Out What Darden Restaurants is Doing for Earth Day!

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Check out how Darden Restaurants is sustainably active through water conservation, energy efficiency and programs such as Darden Harvest that give food to those in need while reducing waste. Earth Day provides another reason to make a difference and acknowledge the efforts of many when it comes to sustainability. To learn more, watch additional videos on Darden TV.

LG Taps Local NJ Students’ Creativity To Help Create New LG Science & Environmental Learning Center

‘Discover Your Green World’ Poster Contest Encourages K-8 Students to Contribute Exhibit Ideas for Science Center at New LG HQ
Press Release

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., April 23, 2013 /3BL Media/ – A new poster contest* sponsored by LG Electronics USA invites local students to create exhibits for the LG Science & Environmental Learning Center, a key element of the company’s future North American headquarters in Englewood Cliffs, N.J. 

Kindergarten through eighth grade students in Englewood Cliffs, Englewood, Tenafly and Fort Lee schools are encouraged to participate for a chance to win cool LG prizes and to have their exhibit ideas considered by a panel of expert judges for the new LG science center.

Clorox Adds How2Recycle Logos to Help Consumers Recycle Product Packaging

Press Release

OAKLAND, Calif., April 23, 2013 /3BL Media/ – The Clorox Company (NYSE:CLX) is encouraging people to recycle by adding How2Recycle logos, which will begin to appear next month in the U.S. on Fresh Step® and Scoop Away® kitty litter cartons, Green Works® laundry detergent and dishwashing liquid, and Oxi® stain remover.

The logos, which explain how to properly recycle or dispose of all elements of the product’s packaging, will be rolled out to other products in conjunction with label redesigns. Clorox plans to include the logo on all U.S. and Canada product packaging by 2020.

Recycling to Keep America Beautiful


Keep America Beautiful (KAB) established as one of its 2013 Vibrant Communities Goals to place 5,000 recycling bins in public spaces to increase on-the-go recycling.

KAB is pleased to have already exceeded its 2013 goal through a number of Public Space Recycling partner programs.

Confronts Conflict Minerals and Supply Chain Transparency at AIAG's 2013 Summit


Source Intelligence's National Sales Director, Jordan Groves will be speaking on two separate panels at the AIAG's 2013 Corporate Responsibility Summit.

Feel free to attend Jordan's presentations on:  

April 24th from 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM | Conflict Minerals - How Are Companies Coordinating a Response

United Airlines Launches New Sustainability Initiative


United Airlines (NYSE: UAL) has launched a new sustainable supply chain initiative to reinforce its commitment to supporting the environment. UA is the largest airline in the world in terms of passenger kilometers flown, and has advocated environmental procedures for a long time.

GM Turns Corporate Lands into Refuge for Wildlife

More than 2,600 acres worldwide set aside for wildlife habitats
Press Release

DETROIT, April 22, 2013 /3BL Media/ – General Motors is transforming corporate lands at its global facilities into tailored areas for wildlife habitats.

Together with the Wildlife Habitat Council, dozens of companies, including GM, are foregoing cement buildings for a different sort of structure: the kind that house animals.

An Earth Day Party for Muir Glen


by Brian Hall

The name Muir Glen should sound familiar to Earth Day enthusiasts. In 1990 the organic food pioneers who began the brand chose the name to honor the legendary naturalist, John Muir, who established the Sierra Club and Yosemite National Park more than a hundred years ago. In 2013, the connection between the brand and the man is stronger than ever.


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