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Are You Tired of Articles About Straws Yet?

Unless you are great at staying away from the internet, which you aren’t if you’re reading this post, you have probably seen post after post about plastic straws. You may even have experienced drinking through the maligned paper straws that

Crash course plastic recycling communications 2015

A recent project focused on plastic packaging communications raised a very important question: How many of us truly understand the implications of standards used in communicating a package’s recyclability? By understanding the standards discussed below, we see that plastic sorting

Corporate Product Donations, Learn About Good 360

The 33rd largest charity in the United States, Good360 commits to “doing good better” by connecting companies who have goods to nonprofits that need them, in away that benefit both. Clean can support corporate product giving by calculating the LCA benefits

USC Millennial Sustainability Research Study 2014

Recently Clean sponsored a study with our university partner, U.S.C. (Marshall School of Business) to find out how millennials really feel about sustainability when purchasing food and beverage products. Our young researchers surveyed over 200 millennials in Los Angeles and

Clean Agency in the Los Angeles Business Journal

Just before the new year, Clean CEO Seri McClendon was invited to provide expert commentary to the Los Angeles Business Journal for an article on Used Cardboard Boxes Inc (UCB). As its name suggests, UCB purchases used cardboard boxes from

E-Waste: A Modern Gold Mine?

Experts speaking at a recent e-waste conference stated that more than 300 tons of gold and 7,500 tons of silver are used annually in manufacturing electronic products. This means that yearly deposits of e-waste hold nearly $21 billion in value. Yet,

Whose “problem” is packaging?

An interesting article from Packaging Digest caught our attention last week. The article, titled “Packaging and the environment: Shoppers say, ‘It’s not my problem,’” highlighted new research conducted by Perception Research Services (PRS) about consumer attitudes toward product packaging. The

Clean Attends West Coast’s Premier Packaging Exposition and Conference

For the past three years, Clean has attended the WestPack packaging tradeshow in Anaheim to check out the latest in green packaging innovations. Normally we head straight for the Green Pavilion, where all of the self-proclaimed “green” packaging suppliers are