Asda reduced the amount of Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions it produced last year by 16% figures published for the first time today show.
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Tesco is joining forces with UK technology company Aerofoil Energy to transform the performance of refrigeration cabinets in its stores via the application of Formula One-derived aerodynamics. As well as installing the award-winning Aerofoils in their supermarkets throughout the
Marks & Spencer, the iconic UK high street retailer, has chosen to roll out Aerofoils, the Formula One-inspired energy saving device for open-fronted retail fridges from Aerofoil Energy.
Paper-based packaging provider Smurfit Kappa is celebrating the first annual European Paper Bag day at its Sangüesa Paper Mill in Spain, to promote the use of paper carrier bags as an alternative to plastic bags. The milestone day was created by
There is currently more than 86 million metric tons of plastic in our oceans. IKEA wants to proactively prevent ocean plastic pollution and has decided to join the NextWave initiative, with focus on making use of plastic waste before it
Zetes: the first and final mile, key considerations for flawless and sustainable delivery performance
There are two critical aspects of the logistics process, the first mile and then the final mile. It is the efficiency with which retailers manage these two essential aspects of supply chain logistics in a seamless way that is key
Supermarket Asda has today announced that it will install F1-inspired Aerofoils in 187 of its supermarkets, reducing energy consumption from refrigeration by an estimated 17% and slashing CO2 emissions.
IKEA has announced sustainability commitments as it launches its updated People and Planet Positive strategy at its Democratic Design Days in Älmhult, Sweden. The commitments, which will be achieved by 2030, aim to inspire and enable people to live more sustainably,
Smurfit Kappa’s pioneering MB12 carton is now available for primary packaging. The food-safe MB12 packaging helps customers to eliminate mineral oil migration with a sustainable solution. The Smurfit Kappa MB12 technology is designed to prevent the migration of mineral oil into
Steve Malkin, founder of The Planet Mark, welcomes the Government's plan to introduce a national plastic bottle and can deposit return scheme to crack down on our mounting plastic waste problem
While the public have long known about the health benefits of cycling – including promoting better mental health and assisting with weight loss – a recent study has also found riding a bicycle could actually save lives. As a green
Kellogg’s UK charges up as it pledges to ensure 100 per cent of its electricity consumption will be from renewable sources by 2050. Kellogg’s UK charges up as it pledges to ensure 100% of its electricity consumption will be from renewable
Railway station coffee recycling scheme receives national recognition at prestigious green business awards
An innovative coffee recycling partnership between Network Rail and bio-bean, which has prevented an estimated 5,000 tonnes of CO2 from entering the atmosphere since April 2015, has received national recognition at the UK’s most prestigious green business awards. Last week, the
The Midcounties Co-operative has announced a that its saved a collective 1,500 tonnes of CO2 emissions in 2016 – the equivalent of taking 294 cars off the road – thanks to its sustainability initiatives. The Society, which operates more than 500
The UK’s biggest manufacturer of own-brand toilet and paper products has cut the number of unnecessary journeys from its supply chain by a staggering 50,000 miles per year, as part of a war on waste (WoW) partnership with Pooling Partners.
Young’s Seafood boosts dedication to sustainability through partnership with integrated pallet provider
The UK’s leading seafood manufacturer has renewed a strategic partnership to increase movements of its household name products, while at the same time improving supply chain efficiency, reducing waste and further enhancing its dedication to environmental sustainability. Young’s Seafood Ltd has
Unilever today committed to ensuring that all of its plastic packaging is fully reusable, recyclable or compostable by 2025 as it called on the entire fast-moving consumer goods industry to accelerate progress towards the circular economy.
Simply Cups, the UK’s ONLY workable cup recycling scheme, has entered into a relationship with Smart Planet Technologies (SPT) to recover and recycle the ground-breaking ‘reCUP’ hot beverage paper cup that can be recycled at traditional paper mills.
Unilever’s Sustainable Living brands continue to show superior performance, as the company reports on the fifth year of progress of the Unilever Sustainable Living Plan. Consumers expect more of brands and businesses now – and they reward those that deliver
Asda has today announced an extension of its Sustain & Save Exchange, with the aim of helping food and drink suppliers to save and invest £50m across their supply chains by 2020. It launched the Sustain & Save Exchange in 2012,
Wyke Farms becomes first dairy in UK to achieve triple Carbon Trust Standard for carbon, water and waste
Wyke Farms, one of the UK’s largest independent cheese producers and milk processors, has achieved triple certification to the Carbon Trust Standard for improving environmental performance in carbon emissions, water use and waste. Wyke Farms are the first dairy firm
Organic home delivery service Abel & Cole has developed the UK’s first fully compostable veg bag, which in addition to cutting down on packaging waste, keeps its carrots and leafy veg fresher than ever. Made from bio-polyester, a synthetic material derived
On 10 February, HRH Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden awarded the winners of the first Global Change Award, an annual innovation challenge for circular fashion initiated by the non-profit H&M Conscious Foundation. The most votes, and a grant of €300,000,
Unilever today reached a new industry-leading achievement of sending zero non-hazardous waste to landfill across more than 600 sites, in 70 countries, including factories, warehouses, distribution centres and offices. Having identified the different non-hazardous waste streams in its operations Unilever
Unilever CEO, Paul Polman, has welcomed the Paris agreement on climate change achieved at COP2 on Saturday 12 December.