At the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, members of the facilities staff joined colleagues to learn what can be composted from the facility's waste stream.
With Help from Eco-Products, the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival turned 180 tons of what would have been waste into compost after the four-day event.
Here are a few ways to further integrate sustainability into daily business operations.
In California, Fujitsu disposes of its food waste with a system that meets compliance while easing the task for its facility management team.
More than 90 percent of all trash generated at Super Bowl LII was responsibly recovered through composting, recycling, and reuse.
Compostable cups, plates, containers, and lids will be turned into nutrient-rich soil and mulch for area farms, gardens, and Waterfront Park surrounding the Baltimore Aquarium.
Under the U.S. EPA Sustainable Materials Management Program, federal facilities managers track data in two of six categories for one year.
This manufacturer of recycling, compost, and waste containers has developed a free recycling and waste collection analytics software application that provides facility management useful insight into waste management activities.
At the Minnesota Twins stadium, cups and other concession related products will be kept out of landfill with the help of a partnership with Eco-Products, Inc.
A new tool within ENERGY STAR Portfolio enables facility executives to quantify waste.
Keep America Beautiful, U.S. Composting Council along with other nonprofits and government agencies recommend designating green as the color standard for organics collection containers.
Recycling programs and requirements have been in place for decades. An emerging area impacting facility management is the handling of organic waste.
Seven practical ways facility executives can make their landscapes even “greener” this Earth Day, and throughout the year.
Recycling the volume and variety of materials used in facilities requires planning and communication.
Processing organic waste for a second purpose can significantly reduce what goes to landfill.
This fall, employees at One Met Square have sent an average of 1.5 tons of food per week to be composted, rather than simply discarded.
The company has partnered with the Student Conservation Association to foster and teach environmental stewardship in a variety of job types.
Managers can optimize their facilities' waste streams with diversion and recycling.
Opening this spring, the operation will serve the South Florida region.