World Cleaning Day and the example left by the Japanese

To blame myself for the garbage itself, and still others, was the great example left by the Japanese to the Brazilians, when the 2014 World Cup On World Cleaning Day, celebrated on September 15, it is time to remember the example of citizenship and respect for Brazil and Brazilians, left by the Japanese, at the […]

Taking everything from food reduces the generation of waste and puts an end to waste

In a sustainable kitchen, everything has utility, even the garbage, which when composted becomes a fertilizer, feeds worms and fertilizes the soil The problem of food waste in Brazil is so serious that, in a world ranking, the country is among the 10 worst that manage its food. Estimates indicate that about 40,000 tons are […]

Urban mining: the hidden wealth in cities

Ceramics, sinks, toilets and a myriad of discarded household items in Germany are reused or returned to the production line. Published by the German News Agency DW Urban centers house tons of materials that can be reused – from buildings to cars to junk mail. Gradually, the so-called circular economy gains importance and helps protect […]

Waste management in the field advances with shared responsibility

In contrast to the alarming title of the world’s largest consumer of agrochemicals, Brazil also has the merit of the country that best provides environmentally appropriate destination for packaging from agricultural activities. From the application of reverse logistics programs in the field, it maintains an average of 94% recycling of the containers used in these […]