Walmart & Worldwise Join Hands to Market Pet Products from Recycled Materials

October 8, 2010 / No Comments

Walmart, in partnership with manufacturer Worldwise, will be selling pet products made from discarded, recyclable materials. The program intends to create a full circle system. It will collect old plastic bottles, clothes hangers, plastic bags and corrugated cardboard and makes new products from these materials.

Walmart Commits to Massive Emission Cuts by 2015

February 25, 2010 / No Comments

Retail giant Wal-mart has announced massive greenhouse gas emission cuts from its global supply chain. In an effort to go green, the company will reduce 20 million metric tons of emissions by 2015. The larger goal of Wal-mart, as the company puts it, is to only use renewable energy and create zero waste.

Wal-Mart Installing Massive Solar Array in California

January 26, 2010 / No Comments

Wal-Mart have been contributing their fair shair of trouble to their environment, but that doesn't mean that they can't be nice every once in a while. Just now, they've installed about 5300 solar panels in California, where its Apple Valley distribution center is located. The panels will be used to provide energy to the distribution center, which has quite the ...

Wal-mart plans to double solar energy use

April 27, 2009 / No Comments

While the rest of the world is in an economic slump, Wal-mart keeps chugging along. It makes sense to me. When all else fails, which is the case these days, Wal-mart is still the cheapest place to buy anything ... anything that the company sells. [caption id="attachment_4833" align="aligncenter" width="490" caption="Wal-Mart aims to buy the green power at prices equal to or ...