The Sims Recycling Solutions facilities located in Sacramento, CA; San Francisco, CA; and Los Angeles, CA have received environmental and safety management certifications. This increase in their standards and management systems displays the ongoing commitment that Sims has to the environment and to the safety of anyone accessing the facility.
ATC is a French-based property-development company, which is promoting a new concept in property rentals. ATC provides a wide range of residential rentals, holiday homes and hotels throughout Europe. The company pledges to plant one tree for every booking made, which means that, just by going on holiday, customers are in a position to contribute towards the reforestation of the planet.
At 8.30pm on Saturday 26 March 2011, lights will switch off around the globe for the Earth Hour. So will all Starwood Hotels worldwide. Fully supported by its mother company, Le Méridien St Julians Hotel & Spa in Malta will adopt the initiative for the 3rd consecutive year. But with an interactive and creative twist this time.
On hearing the news that powerful lobbies were being set up to force households to further separate their waste, independent waste collection company Waste Concern give their reaction, and their solution.
Sims Recycling Solutions is holding a FREE Electronics Recycling Event to raise money for the St. Margaret Alacoque Catholic Church. Sims is trying to encourage the community to recycle for this donation. Please see the release below for more information or visit our events website! www.us.simsrecycling.com/first-friday.
When Dave Peiser and Art Arquilla went looking for unique, quality t-shirts to carry on their Greenliness.com website, they knew they wanted to invest only in fabrics that were ecologically sound and would give their customers good value. They concluded that hemp was the best fabric by far.
International researchers and representatives from all sectors of society joined forces to tackle problems of social and environmental injustice related to water issues in Latin America at a special conference in São Paulo, Brazil, organised by Newcastle University.