How CIOs Spend and Waste Their Time

May 9, 2014

Flexible Ideas for Today’s CIOs Balancing Business and Innovation. Source


Eliminating the Wasted Energy in Your Car

March 13, 2014

Discover how energy can be recovered from your car’s waste.


The Afterlife of a Cell Phone

February 1, 2014

Where do cell phones go when they die? And what’s in them? For data on cell phone recycling and waste along with stats of cell phone usage, read on. Source


Businesses Waste $10,375/Person /Year On Distractions

January 4, 2014

According to a recent industry survey, businesses waste $10,375 per person, per year on workplace distractions, more than the average US driver will spend to own and maintain their car. The majority of these distractions are digital. Source

Recycling: The Good, The Better and The Best

Recycling: The Good, The Better and The Best

March 25, 2013

Waste and how we dispose of it. Source


Savings in a Cup

March 1, 2013

Last year, 23 billion disposable cups were used in the United States alone. If you’re a coffee drinker, you’ve most likely contributed to this figure more than you know. You’ve also probably paid more money than you needed to in order to get your fix. To save money and the environment, take a look and […]


United States Hazardous Waste Sites

December 27, 2012

This visualization is based on hazardous waste sites on The United States Environmental Protection Agencie’s (EPA) superfund priority list. While that’s a touch wordy, it means that this is a list of uncontrolled hazardous waste sites that are on the EPA’s priority list to clean up. 49 of the 50 states have sites on the […]

All About the Junk Mail

All About the Junk Mail

November 14, 2012

If it seems like you get more credit card solicitations and ad circulars than actual correspondence, you’re not at all alone. Every year, marketers send more and more junk mail to consumers. Their letters aren’t just annoying — they’re also costly and bad for the environment. This infographic investigates the epidemic. Source

Recycling By The Numbers

Recycling By The Numbers

September 6, 2012

Recycling is a worldwide trend that not only helps cut down on waste but is also big business. This infographic breaks down some of the basic numbers of recycling, such as how many tons of electronic equipment are thrown away each year, and highlights the countries that recycle the most, such as Austria. Read on […]



July 29, 2012

This infographic provides a diagram to show the process of composting, from trash to plants. Source

UK  Cans

UK Cans

July 25, 2012

A drinks can recycling programme for people ‘on the go’, has revealed that in 2011 it collected 51 million used cans that otherwise may not have been recycled. Laid end to end, that’s enough cans to wrap around the Earth 1.5 times… But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Source

Holiday Waste

Holiday Waste

July 23, 2012

6 million tons of holiday waste will be created this season. even with unemployment rates still high, people have found a way to keep spending and keep being wasteful.