Monthly Archives: January 2017

National Sustainability Summit 2017

Green Business will be exhibiting at the National Sustainability Summit tomorrow 31st January in CityWest Dublin.

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IKEA UK reveals sustainable product sales surge

IKEA has achieved zero waste status across its UK and Ireland operations alongside strong sales growth for its ‘sustainable life at home products’, according to its sustainability report for 2016.

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Five companies using waste products in surprising ways

From ketchup byproducts being turned into bio-plastic to waste bread being used to brew beer, here are five innovative ways companies are re-thinking waste.

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FoodCloud expands overseas with leading retailers

An award winning Irish tech firm has partnered with leading UK retailers as part of their overseas expansion.

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P&G targets zero waste to landfill across global production sites by 2020

Proctor & Gamble has announced plans to eliminate waste across all of its global manufacturing sites within four years, having already reached zero waste status at more than half of its factories.

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The Biggest Problem with Sustainability

Sustainability is many things to many people and many organisations.

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Green Awards Shortlist has been announced!

The shortlist for the Green Awards has been announced.

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Public Sector can grow on €154 million energy savings made in 2015 – SEAI

350 Public Bodies Convene to Progress Energy Saving Strategies

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Sustainability Ireland Volume 8

Sustainability Ireland Volume 8 December 2016 magazine is now available.

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Food for thought – how good quality vegetables are being rejected over wonky look

The battle against food waste is being undermined by supermarket chains’ strict visual criteria for vegetables and fruit…

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