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Recycling is an easy way to pitch in and save the planet. There’s the usual paper, plastic bag, cans and bottles that go in the big, blue recycle bin in your backyard. In addition to those, think twice before throwing these items … Continue readingPatch.com - Studio City, CA · Apr 22, 2013
Did you get the memo? Earth Month is about celebrating efforts, sharing best practices and getting inspired. Your office likely already has the bin in the kitchen for cans and glass and near the photocopier and fax machine for recycling … Continue readingWhole Foods Market blog · Apr 22, 2013
As consumers we make a choice with every purchase. Not to sound preachy, but we should be aware of where we spend our hard earned dollars. And thankfully, for those who are spending wisely, it actually seems to be working! … Continue readingwww.kiuuapparel.com · Apr 21, 2013
TerraCycle, a company that works with local groups to encourage recycling of difficult-to-recycle products, has named Immanuel Lutheran School in Loveland as one of its top-five collectors.Loveland Reporter Herald (CO) · Apr 20, 2013
9. Recycle. Recycling is a great way for kids to get involved in taking care of the planet. Talk to your kids about the items that wind up in the recycling bin and how they can be recycled into new products. … Continue readingMother Nature Network · Apr 20, 2013
TerraCycle takes potato chip wrappers, foil wrappers from candy bars and other junk food, as well as department store plastic bags, and uses these materials to create a variety of items from messenger bags to office supplies. To find out … Continue readingPatch.com · Apr 20, 2013
Lisa Matson, 18, of Grayslake picks up trash at the College of Lake County campus in Grayslake during an Earth Day cleanup hosted by the Environmental Club. | Joe Shuman~For Sun-Times MediaChicago Sun Times · Apr 20, 2013
Natural and organic foods retailer Alfalfa’s Market will kick off its second B’Earthday celebration with an enhanced recycling program. Starting yesterday, Alfalfa’s will allow customers to deposit used baby food pouches, Tom’s of Maine personal care items, and No. 4 plastic bags at … Continue readingGourmet Retailer · Apr 18, 2013
Natural and organic foods retailer Alfalfa’s Market will kick off its second B’Earthday celebration with an enhanced recycling program. Starting yesterday, Alfalfa’s will allow customers to deposit used baby food pouches, Tom’s of Maine personal care items, and No. 4 plastic … Continue readingGourmet Retailer · Apr 18, 2013
PORTLAND, Ore. – The 2012 Akron Marathon, presented by Time Warner Cable, has earned certification from the Council for Responsible Sport for efforts to reduce the event’s environmental footprint and increase its social impact. The Akron Marathon’s sustainability program is … Continue readingRunners Web · Apr 17, 2013