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Imperfect Expands National Operations to Fight Food Waste

November 8, 2018

Imperfect, a company focused on fighting food waste by finding homes for cosmetically imperfect fruits and vegetables, announced the East Coast expansion of the company’s operations with a new distribution center in the Baltimore area. This expansion coincides with new […]


Reduce Trash and Recycle Right This Halloween

October 31, 2018

This Halloween, one person’s trash may just be another’s last-minute costume. In an effort to celebrate Halloween in a more sustainable way, here are a few tips to reduce the amount of trash we generate: Use old clothing or visit […]


$10m Amazon Investment in Closed Loop Fund to Increase Recycling across the US

October 24, 2018

Seattle based tech and retail giant, Amazon, is to invest $10 million in Closed Loop Fund to support recycling infrastructure in the United States. Closed Loop Fund is a social impact investment fund that provides cities and recycling companies access […]


Electric Utility, Oil & Gas, Public Utilities

Storage will replace 3 California gas plants as PG&E nabs approval for world’s largest batteries

November 9, 2018

Via: Utility Dive

Approval of PG&E’s landmark energy storage solicitation is the most significant example to date of batteries taking the place of fossil fuel generation on the power grid. Energy storage has helped decrease the California’s reliance on gas for years, particularly […]


Public Utilities, Waste Management

Battery Recycling 101: Tips for Handling Dry Cell Batteries

November 8, 2018

Via: Waste360

In today’s world, everything runs on batteries. Inevitably, though, batteries run out of power and the age-old question comes up: What do you do with your spent batteries? In the past, they ended up in a junk drawer, an old […]


Health & Insurance, Social Services

10 Steps to Get Your Parents the Best Medicare Coverage

November 7, 2018

Via: The Caregiver Space

Learning about Medicare options is confusing enough when someone turns 65. It can be even more trying for caregivers who have to pick up the pieces where their parents left off. Having helped dozens of caregivers with their parents Medicare […]