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Earth911 Podcast: Safe Catch CEO Sean Wittenberg on Making Seafood Sustainable

Earth911 Podcast: Safe Catch CEO Sean Wittenberg on Making Seafood Sustainable

Meet Sean Wittenberg, founder of the seafood company Safe Catch. He started the business with a mission to source safe and sustainable tuna and other fish after his mother was diagnosed with mercury poisoning when she adopted a diet that included frequent servings of canned tuna. Sausalito, Calif.-based Safe Catch offers a wide variety of fish products in cans and […]

Recycling Mystery: Can You Recycle Underwear?

Recycling Mystery: Can You Recycle Underwear?

When it comes to greening your wardrobe, a lot depends on what you do with your clothing at the end of its usefulness to you. We urge you to never send clothing to the landfill. Textile recycling is alive and well in the United States. Almost always, nonprofits that accept donations of clothing will recycle articles that are not reusable. […]

Recycling Mystery: Propane Tanks

Recycling Mystery: Propane Tanks

Propane gas. You can use it to heat your house, grill up a weekend barbeque, or light a camp stove. Like a lot of other items in and around our homes, propane tanks require special care when it’s time to dispose of them. The Problem Propane gas is compressed into liquid form and housed in tanks of various sizes. Propane […]

Best of Earth911 Podcast: 374Water CEO Kobe Nagar on Transforming Wastewater Into New Materials

Best of Earth911 Podcast: 374Water CEO Kobe Nagar on Transforming Wastewater Into New Materials

Kobe Nagar, CEO of Durham, North Carolina-based 374Water, explains the company’s compact wastewater processing technology, the Supercritical Water Oxidation (AirSCWO) system. Operating the system generates energy, industrial CO2, nitrogen gases that can be used in manufacturing, distilled water, and minerals extracted from wastewater, making it extremely affordable as a solution for many water treatment uses. The smallest version fits in […]

Best of Earth911 Podcast: The Ellen Macarthur Foundation Introduces a Circular Economy Glossary

Best of Earth911 Podcast: The Ellen Macarthur Foundation Introduces a Circular Economy Glossary

Alice Bodreau, strategic partners manager for Europe at the Ellen Macarthur Foundation, joins Mitch Ratcliffe to discuss the new Circular Economy Glossary.  She led the development of the glossary in partnership with IKEA to help provide a common language for different industries to explore and activate the circular economy. We wanted to learn more about their approach to building circular […]

Earth911 Podcast: ERI CEO John Shegerian on Building a Circular E-waste Economy

Earth911 Podcast: ERI CEO John Shegerian on Building a Circular E-waste Economy

E-waste recycling falls woefully short of the levels necessary to reduce the need for mining and producing new raw materials that involve toxins that frequently reach the environment. We talked with John Shegerian, co-founder and CEO of ERI, a Fresno, Calif.-based e-waste recycler with eight U.S. processing locations that serve every ZIP code in the country and partnerships with recycling […]

Recycling Mystery: K-Cups & Other Coffee Pods

Recycling Mystery: K-Cups & Other Coffee Pods

There’s no doubt that single-serve coffee makers are downright convenient. Java drinkers can make just one cup of coffee to their exact liking while their housemates, office mates, or clients can make coffee (or tea, hot chocolate, chai) to their own personal tastes. No more arguments over how dark or light or which flavor to brew the community coffee pot. […]

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