September 30th, 2019 | by Steve Hanley
Customers can order products from a variety of companies that are shipped to them in returnable and reusable containers packed inside a reusable blue Loop container.
When the products are consumed, the containers are placed inside a similar Loop container, picked up by UPS or other package delivery service, and returned to the point of origin for re-use. Customers pay a modest service fee of the use of the Loop container
February 19th, 2019 | by Erika Clugston
Recycling made easy by Loop’s delivery service, for the small price of a refundable deposit fee.
June 8th, 2013 | by Susanna Schick
Recycling was a big topic at Sustainable Brands this year. More specifically, how brands are making money out of trash. A perfect storm of forces has coalesced to make recycled plastics more viable than they used to be, and sometimes more viable than virgin plastics. A persistently weak economy, a generation growing up with terror of environmental collapse, and the passion to do their best to prevent that, and “waste” becoming more plentiful than crude oil. William McDonough's pioneering work in Cradle to Cradle is finally heading into the mainstream