Media: Online & Blog
As a national regenerative forerunner, the media loves Ei! On-line and blog articles are the most popular media format.
April 22, 2016
The Waste Dive article Boston region considers a ‘paradigm shift’ to zero waste features Ei Founder Holly Elmore’s quote on the imperative role Culture plays in success for the community and corporate zero waste programs.
December 6, 2015
Ei is featured in a National Geographic Channel virtual discussion re: Has Reliance on Fossil Fuels Irreversibly Damaged the Planet based on their Breakthrough: Energy on the Edge documentary. The ZWA Blog article, Alternative Energy: creating solutions or potential disasters?, gives a reality check perspective. The IMPACT Blog article, Alternative Energy: embracing the creative spirit, gives a counterpoint perspective.
November 18, 2015
Waste Dive published an article on an interview with Ei Founder Holly Elmore re: Zero waste: An attainable goal? Holly pointed out the most important factor to zero waste success is a matter of culture. In addition, Holly emphasized zero waste is a team endeavor including complete employee, supply chain and community involvement. The article covers zero waste success from the “big picture” perspective.
September 7, 2012
Bringing leadership, sense of drama to the table– Close Ei friend & supporter Patrick Cuccaro, Affairs to Remember general manager, is featured in a profile article giving accolades to his industry leadership and pioneering role in sustainability. Ei founder Holly Elmore is strongly quoted in the profile.
March 2, 2011
Zero Waste Zone Goes National with the National Restaurant Association – Inspired by Zero Waste Zone’s (ZWZ) success, the National Restaurant Association announced a national collaboration with Elemental Impact and ZWZ.The collaboration will identify new best practices, create resources and measure the impact of perishable organics waste management and recycling efforts.
Collaborating for Zero Waste: An Atlanta Environmental Group Goes National with National Restaurant Association – Debby Cannon, Director of the GSU School of Hospitality and Elemental Impact Board Member, writes about the importance of the ZWZ program and the magnitude of the NRA and Waste Management announcements at the February 23, 2011 ZWZ Two-Year Press Conference.
March 10, 2011
City Commits to Atlanta Zero Waste Zones – The City of Atlanta announced its commitment to participation in Atlanta’s Zero Waste Zones, the eco-friendly concern that is increasing awareness among business owners on diverting landfill assets back into the production cycle to protect the environment.
February 24, 2011
National Restaurant Association and Elemental Impact’s Zero Waste Zone to Work Together on Restaurant Waste Diversion and Reduction – Joint effort will provide resources for restaurant operators looking to enhance recycling and composting efforts.
February 24, 2011
Zero Waste Zones’ Second Anniversary Highlighted By Collaborations With The National Restaurant Association And Waste Management – In connection with the ZWZ two-year anniversary, the National Restaurant Association and Waste Management announce national relationships.
September 30, 2010
Shades of Green, Innovations in Foodservice Sustainability – Holly Elmore’s commitment to soil sustainability is featured along with quotes and mention of the NRA Show 90 minute Compost, The Quiet Hero session.
August 12, 2010
Want permit to sell alcohol? Recycle – Restaurants seeking approval for alcoholic beverage licenses from the Safety Committee of Neighborhood Planning Unit B likely will get a lecture on participation in the Zero Waste Zone program to recycle garbage, food scraps and cooking oils in Buckhead.
March 7, 2010
ecco Receives First Green Foodservice Certification in Georgia – Features ecco’s environmental practices as the first Green Foodservice Alliance Green Certified Restaurant.
Green Foodservice Alliance: A New Era in Sustainability – Article by Holly Elmore about the importance of sustainability in action.