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How Clarus Avoids Greenwashing, and Why You Should Too With Karen Righthand of SCS Global Services

By Tyler Kern
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Consumers today are extremely conscious about what kinds of products they’re purchasing for their bodies, homes, and businesses, and with so many choices available it’s hard to know what products may be guilty of some of the “Seven Sins of Greenwashing” — otherwise known as stating a product is generally natural, green friendly, or organic, when it has undergone zero testing or certification.

HEINEKEN USA and The Recycling Partnership Celebrate America Recycles Day!

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At HEINEKEN USA, we celebrate recycling every day. So, as America celebrates recycling on November 15th, we are excited to highlight the work our partners at The Recycling Partnership are doing to better recycling each and every day.

Beverage, Glass and Recycling Industry Leaders Join Forces to Strengthen Glass Recycling

U.S. Glass Recycling Coalition To Use Power Of Collaboration To Advance Recycling of Glass Bottles & Jars
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WASHINGTON D.C., May 10, 2016 /3BL Media/ – The Glass Packaging Institute (GPI), along with beverage leaders including Diageo and New Belgium Brewing, and the glass processing and recycling industry, have convened a dynamic group of organizations to make glass recycling work in the U.S. The nearly two dozen member organizations announced today they are joining forces to create the U.S. Glass Recycling Coalition.

Lifecycle Analysis of Jack Daniel's and Finlandia Vodka

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Lifecycle Analysis of Jack Daniel's and Finlandia Vodka

Farmed crops, glass, electricity, and shipping make up most of the environmental footprint of our Jack Daniel’s and Finlandia brands. The biggest opportunities for both brands to reduce impacts are in more efficient logistics, reducing glass packaging, and improving energy efficiency of production operations.

Glass and Car Windows: Make Sure Your Family is Protected This Summer

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KINGSPORT, Tenn., June 13, 2013 /3BL Media/ – More than 89 percent of summer travel will occur by car this year, according to AAA (American Automobile Association.)  But of the 31.2 million people who will travel this year, a trip to the beach or lake in the family sport utility vehicle could have some unintended consequences.

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