The Heritage Group Accelerator, a three-month intensive program of research and development, mentorship and collaboration, will scale 10 startups.
The new round of funding will help the startup solidify its position as a leading retail waste management and compliance platform.
Instead of a ban, government officials are asking states to enforce existing rules against storing, manufacturing and using some single-use plastics.
AEPW’s three-year collaboration with Project STOP will focus on the regency of Jembrana, located on the northwest coast of Bali.
The “Sea the Future” initiative aims to make plastic a cashable commodity and eliminate plastic waste worldwide.
If passed, industry will have a year to prepare for the legislation, which also will allow the government to regulate other single-use plastics.
The city has invested in a major overhaul of its Southeast Resource Recovery Facility to continue processing the 1,380 tons a day of waste it receives.
Episode 26: A conversation with Jane Prior, chief marketing officer of All Market Inc.
The $10,000 grant will help fund equipment and infrastructure improvements aiming to increase the recyclability of discarded mattresses.