A 3-Step Guide to Starting Your Scope 3 Emissions Reporting Journey

Understanding Your Scope 3 Emissions

– Nov. 16, 2023 – A key topic for many businesses is accurately measuring and reporting scope 3 emissions. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, that very topic could often represent around 90% of a company’s total carbon output and 75% of a company’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. As more organizations commit to sustainability and…

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A Year in Review: ESG, Sustainable Strategies and Getting Recession Ready

  – December 14, 2022 –   Compared to New Year’s Resolutions, there’s a certain practicality that comes with “past-year reviews.” They can be more informal, valuable and actionable – which is why we’re looking into the rearview.   Over the past year, we’ve checked different industries’ pulses and dug into hot topics such as…

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Recession Ready? How Sustainability Strategies/Data Could Prepare Your Business to Survive, Accelerate Out of Economic Downturns

Business Robust Sustainability Strategies

– September 22, 2022 –   Note: The following content is based on an upcoming piece Quest Resource Management Group wrote for Fleet Equipment Magazine about sustainable efforts for fleet operators ahead of a looming recession. Our original guide has been repurposed and adapted for your business.   When it comes to recession, here’s what’s…

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Want To Minimize Your Food Waste? There’s A Company For That

Forbes article explains how grocery stores and restaurants minimize food waste

Lizzie Saxe, Forbes Magazine When Ray Hatch became the CEO of Quest, a waste management and sustainability firm, he knew that finding new ways for restaurants and grocery stores reduce their food waste on large scale was a lofty but potentially game-changing goal. Hatch had worked in food distribution for the previous twenty years, and “spent all…

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How to Grow Sustainability in the Food Supply Chain

Food Supply Chain Adopt sustainability practices

Quest’s CEO, Ray Hatch was recently featured on SupplyChainBrain.com with an article discussing the challenges and opportunities concerning sustainability in the food supply chain Ray Hatch, CEO Quest Resource Management Group From construction to automotive services, businesses are focusing on ways to become more eco-conscious. The food supply chain is no exception. Within the logistics…

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Turning Food Waste Regulations into Opportunities

Food Waste Regulation Can become Opportunities

As cities and states begin pushing harder toward their zero-waste goals, new regulations are being put into effect that will change the way businesses operate. For restaurants and food production, these new food waste regulations are already being put into place across the country and can have staggering impacts on your workflows, production, and profits.…

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3 Keys to being a LEED® – Friendly General Contractor

General Contractor Must Learn LEED

General contractors know that over the last 18 years, LEED certifications for new buildings have gone from an idea, to a trend, and now to a requirement in some cities. For the past decade cities all over the country have been adding more and more green building regulations. Cities like San Francisco, Boston, and Washington…

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Sustainable Restaurant 101: Reducing your Waste Footprint

Sustainable restaurant

Running a sustainable restaurant is no longer just a trendy concept. It’s quickly becoming the focus for how businesses operate because it is what consumers expect. Environmentally-friendly practices are what can set you restaurant operation apart from your competition. The major project in establishing a successful, sustainable restaurant chain is to reduce the overall amount…

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Sustainability for Food Logistics Starts with Packaging

Food Logistics & Food Distribution

Moving into 2019, the food logistics industry is beginning to see further-reaching, sweeping changes. From Volvo’s new Electric truck lines that are being developed for production in 2020 to retailers beginning to test automated delivery vehicles, the food industry is changing as fast as supplier, transporters, and manufacturers can imagine new innovations. Sustainability is always…

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