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Episode 272: Fabric recycling, BMW milks dairy-assisted EV charging

Week in Review

A discussion of what’s making news (4:30)


Don’t waste a stitch of fabric (18:00)

FabScrap is a New York nonprofit reclaiming, reusing and recycling commercial textiles that go unused during the design process. Co-founders Jessica Schreiber and Camille Tagle chat with Senior Editor Deonna Anderson about the service and partnerships with the likes of Urban and Nordstrom. 

Got methane? BMW’s dairy-assisted EV charging scheme (27:30)

Joseph Button, sustainability director at Straus Family Creamery, and Adam Langton, energy services manager at BMW, chat with Associate Editor Jesse Klein about their innovative partnership to generate credits through the California Low Carbon Fuel Standard program.

Meet more of the GreenBiz 30 Under 30 (48:10)

We hear from three more members from the 2021 cohort of our report recognizing rising young stars in sustainability:

  • Taylor Price, manager of global sustainability of AptarGroup
  • Yangshenengjing (U.B.) Qiu, partnership development executive of Green Monday
  • Harold Rickenbacker, manager, clean air and innovation for EDF

*Music in this episode: “Untitled” by Isaac Silk; “I’m Going for a Coffee,” “4th Ave Walkup,” “And So Then” and “Waiting for the Moment That Never Comes” by Lee Rosevere; “Wind Chimes” by J.R. Fountain

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