Oct14FriOctober 14, 2016
Here at evereone, we share an office with our parent company REfficient. In November of 2013, we moved into the Hamilton Port Authority building and have designed our office to be a “RE office”.
Take a look at our parent company, REfficent’s blog and learn why our office is so cool – and unique.
Oct7FriOctober 7, 2016
There is so much talk about upcycling these days, but what does it mean? The general definition of upcycling is: Upcycling is the process of converting waste materials or useless products into new materials or products of better quality or for better environmental value.
As an eco-friendly company evereone cares about where our resources come from and how they are used. Sustainability is a goal that can be achieved in any business with creative thinking and dedication to responsibility and accountability. evereone does this every step of the way in our processes, starting with our wooden pallets.
Sep30FriSeptember 30, 2016
In 1994 Reiner Pilz was quoted saying “what we need is upcycling where old products are given more value, not less.” In doing so, he created the term ‘upcycling’.
In North America wood pallets are the eight largest contributor to landfills. With nearly two billion pallets in circulation within North America alone you get a pretty good idea about just how many wood pallets end up in landfills. What does evereone do about this?
Sep23FriSeptember 23, 2016
Sep15ThuSeptember 15, 2016
Sep8ThuSeptember 8, 2016
With social media being so accessible to so many, there are a bevy of options on who to like on Facebook, pin on Pinterest, like on Instagram and of course, follow on Twitter. As we grow and travel the Twitter seas, we have met some fantastic companies and individuals that all share a love of repurposing, upcycling and preventing unnecessary products and waste from entering landfills. This is our Top 10 list of Twitter accounts to follow for upcycling.
Sep1ThuSeptember 1, 2016
Reduce reuse recycle.
We have all heard that phrase many times over – especially recently. But how often do we really stop and consider why it is all so important?
Aug26FriAugust 26, 2016