Yum China steps up efforts to provide sustainable options for consumers – 30% reduction of non-degradable plastic packaging weight by 2025
When the Hotel Marcel opens next summer in New Haven, Conn., it will be a shining example of sustainability and what every hotel could and should be. The 165-room boutique hotel will be the result of the renovated Armstrong Rubber Company Building, aka Pirelli Building, originally designed by Marcel Breuer in 1967. It will be run by 100 percent solar power, meet net-zero energy standards, and will target LEED Platinum certification.
Green Nature Marketing Brings SORBOS Edible Straws to Tropical Smoothie Cafe
Purlin, LLC, maker of recyclable linens for the hospitality industry, has won the Lee School Prize for Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the Hospitality category.
KFC, Pizza Hut, Taco Bell and The Habit Burger Grill parent advances agenda around priority areas of people, food and planet
The updated recycling.dominos.com site now provides local details on pizza box recycling
Californians for Smarter Recycling Say Assembly Bill 2959 Would Defy EPA Recycling Guidance While Adding Costly New Regulations
2019 Sustainability Report Update showcases continued commitment to the farming community
National Restaurant Association and WWF partner to create and pilot 86 Food Waste program for maximum result
Einstein Noah Restaurant Group, Inc. today announced a retail renewable energy agreement with ENGIE Resources LLC. The contract goes through 2023 and includes 100% of the electricity needs, or approximately 4,180 megawatt-hours annually, for all Einstein Bros. Bagels locations in Texas. Renewable energy will be sourced from ENGIE North America's Live Oak Wind Project in Schleicher County, Texas.