As buying habits are skewing greener and greener, especially as younger generations age into being the primary targeted end-user demographics. Millennials and Gen Zers want products that they can feel good about using. For suppliers, decorators, and distributors, it's crucial to learn about how your product offerings can be more environmentally friendly. A session yesterday…
Two Sides countered an opinion piece debating the sustainability of plastic versus paper packaging. Here is what the evidence shows.
Koozie Group and its sister company, IMAGEN Brands, announced that they have achieved CarbonNeutral company certification in accordance with the CarbonNeutral Protocol, the leading global framework for carbon neutrality.
Starline, Grand Island, NY, announced its transition to 100% solar energy in a new partnership with a community solar farm. The announcement marks a milestone in the company’s ongoing sustainability efforts toward reducing carbon emissions. “Our mission at Starline is to be a true partner to our distributors, and that goes beyond products and service,”…
A total of 173 metric tons (about 381,400 lbs.) of promotional items like polyester wraps, banners, and fence coverings from the Qatar World Cup are being recycled through a partnership with Saudi Top Plastics. The materials will reportedly be turned into plastic pellets for products like tape and packaging.
We spoke with Paige Goff of Domtar about the three biggest reasons print service providers need to think about sustainability now.
Seiko USA, Mahwah, NJ, announced a new partnership with PADI and PADI AWARE Foundation's Marine Debris Program to rid the ocean of marine debris. Seiko will take on this challenge by donating a portion of the proceeds from the Seiko Prospex Save the Ocean collection to give back to the diver's community that is removing…
We caught up with Koozie Group's new CEO Pierre Montaubin to discuss his new role as CEO, how his sourcing background would influence his work as CEO, the role sustainability plays in Koozie Group's present and future, and more.
Los Angeles International Airport has now fully phased out single-use plastic water bottles, joining other California airports in Van Nuys and San Francisco, in an effort to minimize waste.