Plastic injection molding is one of the best production methods for its versatility.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today signed two pieces of legislation.
Gassing up the car for a Fourth of July road trip? Make sure you have plenty of money in your bank account or an ample credit limit.
Starbucks says it’s going all-in on sustainability, with a few in Harlem that’s good news.
On your arms and over your shoulder, our Harlem Est. 1658 embroidered totes are a classic timeless accessory and it’s great for the planet.
With a number of McDonald’s in Harlem, we thought it interesting that McDonald’s is under growing pressure to change its Happy Meals — not just the food, but the toy that goes with it.
Plastic is one of the most polluting substances in the world. However, it’s hard to completely avoid this material.
Recycling is one approach for reducing landfill waste, but replacing single-use items with reusable alternatives is another way to tackle a growing environmental problem.
The City Council overwhelmingly passed Council Member Helen Rosenthal‘s legislation today which will dramatically limit the use of plastic.
The on-again-off-again ban on plastic bags is back on from Monday, meaning grocery stores, food establishments, and other New York businesses have to stop using them.
A statewide ban on plastic bags means grocery stores, food establishments and other New York businesses must stop using them from March 1, 2020 — and in New York City consumers will also be charged 5 cents for every paper bag they use.
Several retailers have taken steps over the last year to become more eco-friendly and reduce their use of plastic.
In 2015 34.5 million tons of plastic was disposed of, comprising 13% of all municipal solid waste (MSW) in the United States. However, only 3.14 million tons of plastics were recycled in 2015.
Being more eco-friendly and reducing plastic pollution has become popular among companies and corporations, but researchers from the American Chemical Society say that one industry is going in the opposite direction — and it could be hurting consumers’ health.
With a number of Whole Foods Market in Harlem, Whole Foods Market today announced that it will eliminate plastic straws from its stores in the U.S., the U.K. and Canada by July 2019, becoming the first national grocer to make this change.