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According to a recent Gallup study, Americans as a whole feel worse about their jobs – and their work environments – than ever before. Brands that are imbued with authenticity and a noble purpose are the stuff that will help cure this pandemic and restore pride and spirit to the American worker.
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Office Depot Debuts EPEAT Labeling at Portland Store
An Office Depot store in Portland, OR, is the first retailer in the U.S. to feature extensively the new consumer-facing product labels created by the Electronics Product Environmental Assessment Tool (EPEAT). The new EcoSense label brings EPEAT ratings of Gold, Silver and Bronze directly to shoppers in the store.
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Extended Producer Responsibility Could Help Save $11 Billion in Recyclable Material
American business should stop throwing away billions of dollars of valuable, recyclable packaging materials, according to a new report by advocacy group As You Sow. A new report highlights how the United States' lagging packaging recycling rates result in serious market inefficiencies and unnecessary strain on the economy and environment.
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AT&T, Sprint Lead US Telecoms in Sustainability
AT&T leads the U.S. telecoms market in sustainable customer offerings and Sprint in corporate sustainability performance, according to a new study from Verdantix. "The US telecoms sector needs to get a better grip on the energy and environmental challenges facing their future growth plans," commented Verdantix Senior Manager, Janet Lin.
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EPA, P&G Collaborate on Sustainability Analysis Tool for Bounty, Charmin & Puffs
Procter & Gamble and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have signed a five-year Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) to develop new tools to optimize sustainability improvements for P&G's tissue and towel products.
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