Seattle's zero waste resolution still poses challenges, but the city is getting closer to its goal
During the past five years, sustainable packaging initiatives have gone into overdrive among retailers and suppliers alike. Reducing packaging can help save on distribution costs. A new generation of consumers are concerned about the environment and waste generation, and a new generation of materials are allowing manufacturers to develop biodegradable versions of many types of packaging. In terms of retailers driving change, one of the most obvious examples is Wal-Mart. As with many of the ...
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