Jesse Stallone - Contributor
Jesse Stallone has spent the majority of his career working in the environmental field dealing with operational activities and driving strategic change initiatives. He is the former VP of Business Development and Sustainability for Electronic Recyclers International® (ERI) and President of Online Innovation for ERI’s subsidiary organizations, 1-800-RECYCLING.com, Greenisgood.fm and urbanmining.org. Most recently, Jesse was director of sustainability and strategic planning at Allied Waste industries, responsible for sustainability and innovation business development initiatives. Prior to this, he served as a Six Sigma Black Belt working on continuous improvement programs dealing with waste reduction for large U.S.-based retailers. Jesse blogs at jessestallone.com where he provides individuals, organizations and businesses with sustainability-focused information and frequently tweets green-related must-reads to Twitter nation.
Articles By Jesse
January 27, 2012N.C. first in SE to impose ban aimed to increase recycling
January 27, 2012Bill would require manufacturers to recycle electronics
January 25, 2012San Francisco Approves Toughest Recycling Law in the Nation
Throwing orange peels, coffee grounds and grease-stained pizza boxes in the trash will be against the law in San Francisco, and could even lead to a fine.
January 25, 2012Tougher Recycling Rules for San Francisco?
November 10, 2009Confessions of a Radical Industrialist: Ray Anderson
In 1994, Interface founder and Chairman Ray Anderson set an audacious goal for his commercial carpet company: to take nothing from the earth that can’t be replaced by the earth.