Learn more about recycling
26 August 2014
Tennis players have the option to collect old tennis balls for mail-in recycling programs or take advantage of a bevy of reuse options.
Two college buddies noticed excessive food waste at a buffet and realized those leftovers could benefit gardens around the globe.
Touted for its quality of living, Bowling Green recycles curbside on a weekly basis.
Some receipt paper is highly recyclable, while thermal paper in particular presents challenges at recycling facilities.
Tires and inner tubes provide the template for endless upcycling ideas.
The EPA recognizes five different grades of paper, each with different recyclability properties.
The best way to recycle a functional golf ball is to find an organization that will reuse or refurbish it.
Green Leaders Share Their Journeys
Green Festivals are coming to Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco this fall.
Ken Fonville took his expertise of high-quality furniture and decided to create a sustainable, environmentally safe product for consumers concerned about the toxicity of contemporary furniture.
Jaime Nack founded the Women in Green Forum to encourage more women to come into the green field so they can see what a vibrant space it is.
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