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Monthly Archives: April 2017

Making A Difference: Great Forest’s Richard Fuller Makes It Into Vogue Magazine With Nonprofit Project

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Great Forest founder Richard Fuller’s nonprofit Pure Earth has partnered with supermodel Molly Bair and over 20 leading jewelry designers to curate a special collection of jewelry crafted using recycled, Fairtrade, or mercury-free gold for auction.   “Consumers have probably heard about ‘blood diamonds,’ but few know about gold’s connection with toxic mercury,” Richard told … Continue reading Making A Difference: Great Forest’s Richard Fuller Makes It Into Vogue Magazine With Nonprofit Project

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Insight: Getting More Accurate Metrics From Your Hauler

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Accurate metrics is key to a successful waste and recycling program.  It helps you evaluate the effectiveness of your efforts, and determine if changes are needed. The numbers also inform your overall sustainability reporting and affect your goals. But what happens when those numbers are not correct? Many businesses and organizations simply accept the metrics … Continue reading Insight: Getting More Accurate Metrics From Your Hauler

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“Further With Food” – Online Hub For Food Waste Solutions Features Resources From Great Forest and Others

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With regulations targeting organics on the rise nationwide, a new online resource backed by the USDA, EPA, and other partners, aims to gather relevant material together in one place to make it easier for businesses and organizations looking for information and help addressing food waste issues. Great Forest’s guide to new and emerging food waste technologies is … Continue reading “Further With Food” – Online Hub For Food Waste Solutions Features Resources From Great Forest and Others

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