Texans are known for being fiercely independent. That sort of self-sufficiency comes naturally for a state as large as all of New England, New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Illinois combined. But with all bragging aside, we Texans know a thing or two about self-reliance, especially when it comes to our land.
Companies further their collaboration by helping Osceola County and the City of Tamarac boost recycling rates by rewarding residents for recycling
(3BL Media) Houston, TX & New York, NY - September 7, 2012 - Waste Management, Inc. (NYSE: WM) and Recyclebank® today announced the launch of Recyclebank’s rewards-for-recycling program in the Florida communities of Osceola County and the City of Tamarac.
(3BL Media) Madison, WI – September 6, 2012 – Leonardo Academy recognizes Madeline Island Ferry Line for its generous donation to support the outreach and education activities of Leonardo Academy’s Sustainable Transportation Program. This funding will help educate and raise awareness on the need for sustainable transportation and reduced emissions. Leonardo Academy works proactively to achieve the sustainable transportation of persons and goods throughout the country.
Company’s new distribution center in Fort Wayne, Ind., is the largest LEED Gold building of its kind in the U.S. and third largest in the world
(3BL Media) September 5, 2012 - General Mills' new customer service facility in Fort Wayne, Ind., has been awarded LEED Gold certification by the U.S. Green Building Council. The facility, which opened today, is the largest warehouse and distribution center project in North America to achieve LEED Gold certification and the third largest in the world. General Mills' customer service facility in Social Circle, Ga., which opened in 2010, is the second largest in the U.S. and the fourth largest in the world.
(3BL Media) San Jose, Costa Rica – September 5, 2012 - The World Environment Center (WEC) today announced the launching of a major new initiative with universities in seven Latin American nations to improve the teaching and application of sustainable development. The initiative is supported by the U.S. Department of State in partnership with Higher Education for Development (HED).