While new electronic gadgets are often more efficient, the most environmentally friendly option is to keep the ones you have as long as possible, only replacing them when they can no longer be used. But…batteries have an ever-decreasing life, processors slow down as they runRead more
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After graduating with a degree in Industrial Design from Pratt Institute, Stefanie Girard began working in TV production, first in New York then in Los Angeles. Her design experience was honed building tiny models out of recycled objects for stop motion animation, such as a tiny Hollywood sign out of refrigerator letterRead more
Dear Diary, Help! I think I may be wasting food! Turns out, most of us are! But blogger Kerry Taylor says a food diary can help prevent food waste. Kerry’s blog, Squawkfox, covers a wide range of personal finance and investing topics. It also offers effectiveRead more
Note: Some local programs do accept plastic bags and film. If so, great! Be sure to follow local instructions. BUT, many programs DO NOT accept plastic bags and film. Here’s why and what to do. Let’s start by saying that reusable bags are always preferable over plastic onesRead more
With themes like “Building the Future” and “Navigating Global Conditions,” this year’s solid waste and recycling conferences aim to keep us abreast of the hot topics in solid waste and recycling. At SWANApalooza in Boston this February, I helped to facilitate a hands-on session ledRead more