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The Only Place I Couldn't Recycle by Pattie B. Patient Expert Posted Sat 29 Jun 2013 6:10am On my recent business trip to Portugal , I had no problem recycling at the Newark airport, in my hotel room in Lisbon, at the Frankfurt airport, or in the new Zero Waste international terminal at Atlanta's Hartsfield International Airport.   Wanna' know the only place where there was not a recycling container in sight, and where the ... Read on »
These recycling ink cartridges might Knight Noah bit of place by songrunescape Posted Fri 08 Mar 2013 2:46am     These recycling ink cartridges mightKnight Online Noahbe a substantial issue for businesses, specifically those in which burn utilizing a cartridge prettyKnight Noahmuch every couple of days. These types of ink cartridges can instruct a significant difficulty to the environment, they're able to be a challenge to perform absent together with ... Read on »
Recycle Phone Books - Don’t Trash Them and/or Don’t Get Them In The First Place by Kim Wolinski, MSW "Dr. DeClutter" Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 15 Sep 2010 11:00pm More than 660,000 tons of phone books end up in the trash every year. This is not good. We don’t need more in the landfills that are bursting at their seems. What to do: 1) RECYCLE THEM:  Not all recycling systems will accept them, but if they do, both in your curbside single-stream recycling cart and at the dropoff recycle cente ... Read on »
Hey Mr. Green, How Can I Recycle Foam? by Sierra Club .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 10 Nov 2011 1:05pm Hey Mr. Green, Is there a practical way to recycle that polystyrene foam used in packaging? The recycling center in our rural community doesn’t accept it. These aren't the “peanut” packings, which I reuse, but rather those large sheets and form-fitting blocks for shipping items like computers and TVs. —Eric in Sonoita, Arizona ... Read on »
12 Ways to Recycle or Reuse a Campaign Sign by Dr. Kirsti D. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 18 Nov 2008 8:49pm Inspired by post election energy and a post on How to Recycle Your Election Yard Signs by Planet Green, I came up with a Squidoo Lens on Ways to Recycle Campaign Signs . How you choose to reuse or re-purpose the sign may depend on who you supported during the campaign and who the sign is for. Here are the list of suggestions from ... Read on »
Crown Capital Management Jakarta Indonesia: Nationwide Recycling convicted of PRN fraud by zoesouthcott Posted Tue 23 Oct 2012 7:09am   Glass reprocessor Nationwide Recycling Ltd has been found guilty of PRN fraud in a case brought by the Environment Agency. Swansea Crown court convicted the Neath-based company on Friday (October 8) of three offences. This included issuing packaging waste ... Read on »
Green up your Home or Business ~ Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Restore! by Cathi S. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Sat 08 Nov 2008 10:37am Please consider doing everything you can to Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Restore! I am amazed at how many people still have no clue as to how really simple this can actually be.  Here in the Lehigh Valley of PA things that can be recycled are paper, junkmail, paperboard (cereal box type material), cardboard, newspaper, magazines, plastics #1-7, ... Read on »
Where to recycle your christmas tree by EcoKind Design Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 07 Jan 2009 3:04pm Wondering where to recycle your christmas tree? Here is a list of places, including pick up services, as found on Earth911. Posted in holidays, recycling, tips   Tagged: christmas tree, local, recycle, resources    Read on »
Recycling Does A Milk Carton Good by Starre V. Patient Expert Posted Mon 07 Jul 2008 7:15pm I was reading a recent issue of National Geographic’sThe Green Guide(Spring 2008) and on the last page of the magazine was an image hundreds of milk cartons lining a street to demonstrate how much milk American’s consume. The image was taken from National Geographic Channel documentaryHuman Footprint. According to the movie, America consum ... Read on »
Confessions of a Non-Recycler: The City of Houston by nmerrill Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:03pm By Emily Garrett The other day my friend emailed me an article from the New York Times about the city of Houston and their problem with recycling. At first glance, I was quite shocked to even read the headline because my prior thinking was that Houston has been one of America’s most environmentally-friendly, cutting-edge cities for years. ... Read on »