Monthly Archives: July 2020

  1. American Environmentalism: Corporate-Led Solutions To Sustainable Packaging

    American Environmentalism: Corporate-Led Solutions To Sustainable Packaging The world that we live in is based on material goods and the flow of those goods. Unfortunately, for the flow of goods to take place, waste is commonly involved, often in the form of packaging. With millions of Americans making online purchases and having goods shipped to their homes, the amount of packaging waste that results is truly staggering. There is certainly a tremendous amount of packaging waste when considering only individuals, but when businesses and organizations are included in the mix when ordering shipments in bulk, the issue of packaging waste expands greatly. It is important that companies adopt environmentally friendly packaging as it is not only the right thing to do, but with current trends surrounding environmental stewardship, sustainable business plans are the way of the future. Organizations that invest in sustainable policies and environmentally friendly packaging now will be set up for

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  2. The Ocean's Plastic Waste

    Packaging comes in a variety of forms with infinite materials, yet we tend to use the most harmful ones to our environment for everyday use. Unlike the infinite uses and materials of packaging material, the world’s oceans are a finite source of beauty and life which is why the actions we make from this day forward are important in regards to saving our oceans. The packaging material that draws itself to the ocean tends to be plastic which is used everyday, no matter the lifestyle we live, and is the most damaging product to our waters. Taking the time to educate ourselves and one another is the premise of a long term plan to save the world’s oceans from becoming our personal waste bin.

    Due to the fact that almost anything humans own comes in packaging, we’ve normalized the idea of “throwaway” culture which is how large amounts of packaging materials, such as plastic, end up in the ocean more often than not. Similar to the way humans have normalized “throwaway” culture, plastic has b

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  3. Go Green for a Better Tomorrow | Environmentally Friendly Packaging

    Earth’s oceans have always been a place rich in life and beauty. However, it’s being turned into a liquid desert filled with garbage. This paper will be answering the question on how to reduce the waste that gets packaged in all the Can a lesson from a children’s song be the key to a healthier tomorrow? Being someone who has practically grown up at the Oregon Coast, I have first handedly seen the devastating impacts of single use plastic on our environment. These plastics which are used in countless daily items have negatively polluted ecosystems, impacting the plants and wildlife within them. These plastics are nearly impossible to effectively dispose of, so they forever leave their mark. The older I got the more aware of these plastics I have become and the more I have noticed people use them without thinking about their impacts since they are such a common part of modern-day society.

    Oftentimes, the use of these plastics is very easy to remove from your daily routine and c

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  4. Dirty Waters | How Do We Reduce Packaging Waste in the World’s Oceans?

    Earth’s oceans have always been a place rich in life and beauty. However, it’s being turned into a liquid desert filled with garbage. This paper will be answering the question on how to reduce the waste that gets packaged in all the world’s oceans.

    An area known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a good example of this change taking place as it covers a surface area “twice the size of Texas” and might contain some ware between “80,000 to 100,000 tons of plastic in this area alone” (Silverman). Killing countless numbers of aquatic animals that call this area home. Since a good number of items that reside in this area consisted of plastic bottles and bags, these items can be reused. Programs such as Teracycle focus on the removal of plastics that wash up on shorelines, where it is then cleaned and melted into new plastic molds that can be used by the public. Ocean Cleanup is another that specializes in the removal of plastics by monitoring and intercepting plastic derby that dr

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  5. Environmental Impact of Plastic and Benefits of Recycling

    Plastic creates a big negative impact on the ecosystem. According to The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration an estimated 8 million metric tons of plastic enters the ocean every year. Since plastic does not decompose this causes a huge impact on the ocean’s ecosystem. The NOAA says plastic causes damage to habitats that are critical to the survival of many species. Plastic in the ocean often catches onto fish and can cause severe damage or death.

    The NOAA also outlines the economical impact of plastic in the ocean. When plastic is carelessly disposed of in the ocean it takes away the appeal in tourist cities that owe their tourism to the beauty of nature. No one likes trash it makes any place look run down and poorly maintained causing great economic impacts. Another important thing the NOAA outlines is the impact throwing trash in the ocean has on animals that consume it. Sometimes trash might be mistaken for food or accidently eaten which can lead to poisoning a

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  6. Because It’s the Right Thing To Do | Adopting Environmentally Friendly Packaging

    Having to ask someone to do something that would otherwise seem at its root the right thing to do is perceiving that the person you are asking believes, for one reason or another, that it’s the wrong thing to do. Why should companies adopt environmentally friendly packaging? To me, the answer is quite simple: because it will help prolong and protect the beautiful planet we live on and the millions of living things (other than humans) that call it home. It just seems like the right thing to do; so then why are we even having to ask this question? Why are there still companies that have yet to adopt environmentally friendly packaging? For some reason they don’t think it’s the right thing to do, and a quick glimpse at history reveals that it is really just one reason: money. A company is created to make money and make as much as it possibly can. It’s purely what business is, so asking a company to do something that could potentially lessen the amount of profit it brings in, goes against the ver

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  7. A Better Future Through Sustainable Packaging

    While the future of sustainable packaging is promising and exciting, it does not come without challenges. Given the state of our world's oceans and the pollution and trash that washes up on our beaches, and that shows up on our favorite hiking trials, humanity must consider the benefits of transitioning to sustainable packaging. If developed countries were able to make the commitment to, and ultimately invest in the transition to sustainable packaging, we could actually see not only a reduction of our carbon footprint, we could minimally impact the environment, and create a better future for our children.

    As mentioned above, making the transition to sustainable packaging does not come without challenges. Obviously, the first challenge will come from organizations that produce plastics, who will see a reduction in revenue. As it currently stands, much of the world is dependent on cheap non-biodegradable plastics, and it also yields lucrative profits for companies who engage in

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  8. Do Packaging Recycling Programs Really Work?

    I have seen documentaries about recycling programs that have made a big impact to cleaning our oceans and land. This idea was brilliant to reuse materials that can be recycled. After seeing so much pollution in our air, water, and land little pebble affects are making a difference to keeping this beautiful home called Earth remain tidy. It also takes each one of us to recycle the materials that are used for these programs.

    The recycling industry works double time to maintain the program being a success. I applaud each company that use recycling material to make a difference by being part of cleaning of our oceans and land. I read an article in Nationalgeographic.com that 8.3 billion metric tons of plastic is produced, which, 6.3 billion metric tons becomes plastic waste. That is a lot of plastic that can be reused in these recycling programs. Every country should have recycling programs in place to make a big impact in clearing the 79% in plastic waste.

    There should

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  9. Packaging & Sustainability for Phentermine 37.5 mg that is available online

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    arious weight loss products are easily found in the market these days. The Phentermine (materials from here) is one of these products. The Phentermine works as an appetite suppressant agent and it normally affects the central nervous system. In addition to eating the right food and exercise, you can be sure that you'll be able to shed weight with this. This is mainly used to overcome obesity. This effective weight reduction product is patented and manufactured by Lannett Company Inc. In addition to the Phentermine, the company also manufactures tablets and capsules for altitude illness, irritable bowel syndrome, and bacterial infections. In addition, this firm can also provide treatments for common ailments since they also produce drugs for high blood pressure and lung problems. The Lannett Company Inc. is also famous for producing
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  10. The Triple Bottom Line | Adopting Environmentally Friendly Packaging

    Are our quarterly profits as high as they can be? Is our stock trading at a high enough price? Do we have the cash flow to make good on our loans? Questions like these often come front and center for businesspeople; in the modern business environment of international competition they are hard to ignore.

    Are our products contaminating the local environment? Do our production methods minimize the amount of pollution we release? Is our packaging environmentally friendly? All too often, these types of questions are left on the wayside. As a result, we see crises like millions of barrels of oil spilling into the ocean or a garbage patch twice the size of Texas floating in the Pacific.

    Why is it that businesses often seem to ignore the second set of questions, even if the results can be catastrophic? Simply put, they think that the expenses incurred trying to resolve those questions only serve to reduce their profit margins. They believe that there is an inherent tradeoff

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