The Solar Foundation releases third annual National Solar Jobs Census While most of the U.S. economy is struggling to create new jobs, the solar energy sector had a strong growth year in 2012, and there are reasons for optimism about solar jobs in 2013. The solar energy industry has seen strong growth in recent years, and […]
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With winter on its way, you might be looking for eco-friendly methods to get rid of snow and ice. Walking awkwardly down your driveway every morning and navigating frostbitten stairs is certainly not fun, but there are things you can do that won’t harm the environment.
he new generation of bio-based plastic packaging is not only eco-friendly but also has several superior qualities compared to traditional plastic packaging. The plastic packaging industry is moving towards completely bio-based products. The volume of oil used every year in the production of plastics equates to approximately five percent of the world’s total oil consumption.