Monthly Archives: November 2010

Sony Reducing CO2 Emissions

Sony offices, warehouses, and manufacturing across Europe have already cut out CO2 emissions dramatically but they are aiming to cut emissions by another 10% in 2010 for their United Kingdom specific sites.  Now days because most electronics and products are … Continue reading

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Kimberly Clark Rolling out Tubeless Toilet Paper

A new product which Kimberly Clark is coming out with is the toilet paper rolls without cardboard tubes in the center.  This can seem like its not a big deal, but Americans on average go through 17 billion rolls of … Continue reading

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Sysco Transforming into the Green

Sysco has recently opened a new facility in Houston, Texas which is the beginning of their going green movement.  The new facility is 585,000 square feet in which all of its pallet trucks and forklifts are powered by fuel cells.  … Continue reading

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United Postal Service (UPS) Moving to Green

In past months, UPS has announced its effort to increase the fuel efficiency in its vehicle fleet.  But now they are saying that they are going to raise the average miles-per-gallon fuel efficiency by 20% by 2020.  This is a … Continue reading

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