Photo courtesy of Jeremy Brooks at Flickr.com. Bottle caps are surprisingly difficult to recycle. Many curbside recycling programs ask that you remove any lids or caps from bottles. For one thing, this allows the bottles to dry out (reducing transportation costs by reducing … [Read more...] about Bottle caps and recycling – are they recyclable?
If you've been to Whole Foods lately, the you're sure to notice a change. Whole Foods is phasing out plastic bags, and in encouraging their customers to "Bring Your Own Bag," they are giving out reusable bags. We're not sure how long this promotion will last, but we're loving … [Read more...] about Stop Using Plastic Bags, Whole Foods Did! Take Your Own to the Grocery Store
According to Mark Buckley, the VP of Environmental Affairs at Staples, an estimated 133,000 computers are discarded every day in the U.S. That's nearly 49 million computers a year! And that doesn't even include cell phones and other office related electronics.Old electronic junk, … [Read more...] about Stop E-wasting, Recycle your Computer or other Electronic Devices at Work