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Waste can make a difference to wildlife!

Of Course, everyone knows that pollution can hurt wildlife, but carefully managed waste streams can have a beneficial impact on wildlife conservation efforts. When we learned that the Wildlife Center of Venice  needed of several items, new feed barrels, and were desperate for items such as surgical gloves, paper products a compressor and several other items. We searched our inventory to see what items could be used int the fight to save florida’s natural habitat....

Product donation benefits donors

Tax Incentives for donating obsolete, closeout or liquidation inventory (Source: IRS.gov): Congress provides incentives under the tax laws to encourage donation of inventory to non-profit organizations. These laws provide an incentive to businesses for donating slow-moving items prior to marking down the price. By donating items that today are collecting dust on a warehouse floor or a retail outlet shelf, donors can save the cost of other expenses related to maintaining the inventory, including the cost...

In the UK , there’s a Kindred Spirit! Supermarkets refuse to give waste to charity | The Badger

Julian Hutter started the program  on the 7 September after he saw large quantities of waste being loaded into black bags by the Co-operative at the end of each day. He is currently collecting from the University of Sussex Student’s Union (SU) shop on campus as well as from two Sainsbury’s branches in the centre of the city. Mr. Hutter takes the food he receives to St Patrick’s Church, a homeless shelter in Brighton and...

Researchers: Large Number of Fish Will Disappear From Tropics by 2050

Large numbers of fish will disappear from the tropics by 2050, finds a new University of Britsh Columbia study that examined the impact of climate change on fish stocks. The study identified ocean hotspots for local fish extinction but also found that changing temperatures will drive more fish into the Arctic and Antarctic waters. via Researchers: Large Number of Fish Will Disappear From Tropics by 2050....