All posts tagged "Reusing and Recycling"
Eco-Friendly Eating: Planters Nutmobile and Mr. Peanut Go Green
There's no denying it: the Planters brand is becoming – dare we say – hip. First, it snagged...
Morning Links: Expensive Anti-Aging Skin Creams Really Don’t Work
Saving Your Sanity – One woman's personal account of living with adult ADHD. (The...
Morning Links: Why Your New Year’s Resolutions Won’t Work
Enjoy Your Java – Scientists now know why coffee (regular, not decaf) may prevent type 2...
Green Christmas: 8 Alternatives to Gift Wrap
You’ve purchased or made gifts for everyone on your list and now you’ve settled down for the truly...
10 things you should be able to recycle
10 things you should be able to recycle, but, annoyingly, cannot. (via EcoSalon)
Meltware: Extra Dishes When You’re Low on Space
Those of us who live in apartments or houses with limited cabinet space know how frustrating it can...
Wine Makes You Sneeze and Your Toothbrush Was Trash: Morning News Roundup
Get Your Drink On — Scientists are finally on their way to developing low-allergenic wines. Glad...
You Can’t Compost a Cell Phone
You Can't Compost a Cell Phone: What exactly happens when you recycle your old cell phone? (via Mother...
America Recycles Day 2010: 15 Eco-Friendly Events Around the U.S.
Today is America Recycles Day, a day dedicated by the EPA to educate communities about recycling...
I’ve been saving and freezing my scraps for a week now, and I’ve already noticed that my kitchen trash can is much lighter – and less fragrant. I can’t lie: I’ve forgotten my lofty plan for eco-living a few times. (Must. Not. Scrape. Plates. Into. Trash. Can.) But soon I’ll be heading to the community composting pile, where I’ll get to commune with urban hippie-types and take home some of their nutrient-packed soil. Now, if only I had somewhere to use it.
– Blisstree Associate Editor Caroline Sloan on the challenges of eco-consciously trying to reduce, reuse, and recycle within...