Although the majority of the members of the EEWeb Community are involved in nitty-gritty engineering in one form or another, this doesn’t stop us from being interested and involved in doing all we can to make the world a better place…

The reason I mention this here is that I recently had the opportunity to chat with Costas Simoglou, who is the director of the Georgia Center of Innovation for Energy Technology.

Costas started by telling me about a guy called Ray C. Anderson, who founded a company called Interface. In the mid-1990s, at the height of his success, Ray started work on making Interface a Zero-Waste organization and spreading the good word about sustainability and protecting the environment.

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