Predictions for cleantech in 2011

On December 2, 2010, in Blog, by Dallas Kachan

Here’s what Kachan and Co. believe we can expect for the new year in cleantech worldwide… and the outlook is positive, if that darn economy thing doesn’t get in the way.

Talking Trash

On June 29, 2009, in Blog, by Richard T. Stuebi

by Richard T. Stuebi Ever wonder whether recycling really works? Or, how it’s done? Last week, I found out — by touring a material recovery facility (MRF) operated by Waste Management (NYSE: WMI). The process in an MRF is pretty straightforward. The recyclable materials accumulated from various end-user disposal points — for households, this would […]

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Give Me Your (Recycled) Heart

On May 8, 2008, in Blog, by Cristina Foung

by Cristina Foung My favorite green product of the week: pretty much anything from Fire & Light, but specifically the glass heart. What is it?This post is really in the spirit of Mother’s Day (if you’ve forgotten, it’s not too late – it’s this Sunday, May 11th). So if you’re looking for something beautiful and […]

Jump In My (Green) Bed

On March 20, 2008, in Blog, by Cristina Foung

by Cristina Foung My favorite green product of the week: Keetsa eco-friendly mattresses What is it? Keetsa mattresses are made with 100% recycled steel coils, scrap memory foam bits, and a variety of sustainable materials like bamboo fabrics and unbleached natural cotton. Keetsa offers six different types of mattresses. Why is it better? Most people […]