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Thinking Outside the Box

Thinking Outside the Box

Thinking Outside the Box Cardboard and fiber markets, part 2 “Thanks to my mother, not a single cardboard box has found its way back into society. We receive gifts in boxes from stores that went out of business twenty years ago.” ― Erma BombeckWhy should we keep...
Okay, We’ve Got to Talk about Cardboard

Okay, We’ve Got to Talk about Cardboard

Okay, We’ve Got to Talk about Cardboard In 1884, when Swedish chemist Carl F. Dahl developed a process for pulping wood chips into a strong paper that resists tearing, splitting, and bursting, he brought corrugated cardboard into the world. His work produced a stiff,...
Recycling – On the Rocks with a Twist

Recycling – On the Rocks with a Twist

Recycling – On the Rocks with a Twist Recycling – On the Rocks with a TwistKetel One Vodka is making a difference in bar and restaurant recyclingRecycling is not a word usually heard in a bar or restaurant … but that may be changing. Ever wonder what happens to that...
Hope You’re Not Tired of Talking Plastic

Hope You’re Not Tired of Talking Plastic

Hope You’re Not Tired of Talking Plastic Hope You’re Not Tired of Talking Plastic. Having trouble giving up the plastic straw? Keep meaning to bring your own bag to the store? Maybe Plastic Free July can help motivate you or help you get as close to plastic free as...
Customers Demand Green

Customers Demand Green

Customers Demand Green Consumers Are Choosing Businesses with Green PracticesHere’s the proofEarly American corporate leaders like Andrew Carnegie and John D. Rockefeller were also leaders in corporate philanthropy. Through the years, following their example,...
Audit is Not a Dirty Word with M-PASS

Audit is Not a Dirty Word with M-PASS

Audit is Not a Dirty Word with M-PASS If you’re like a lot of people, this is the last word you want to hear. Maybe it’s the thought of IRS agents combing through that pile of receipts from three years ago? Given the general use of the word, a bit of fear is not an...