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Recycling Profile: Bowling Green, KY

Touted for its quality of living, Bowling Green recycles curbside on a weekly basis.


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Aug 21 2014

What Should I Do With All of My Unwanted Paper Receipts?

Some receipt paper is highly recyclable, while thermal paper in particular presents challenges at recycling facilities.

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Aug 20 2014

Ten Speedy Ways to Upcycle Tires

Tires and inner tubes provide the template for endless upcycling ideas.

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Aug 19 2014

Understanding the Recyclability of Different Paper Grades

The EPA recognizes five different grades of paper, each with different recyclability properties.

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Aug 18 2014

How to Recycle Golf Balls

The best way to recycle a functional golf ball is to find an organization that will reuse or refurbish it.

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Aug 15 2014

Recycling Profile: Erie, PA

Despite instilling single-stream curbside recycling, Erie still uses plastic bags to collect its curbside recyclables.

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Aug 14 2014

Using, Storing and Disposing of Pesticides and Fertilizers

Fertilizer and pesticides come with a host of toxic consequences if mishandled. But you can keep them safely and discard them properly if you follow these steps.

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Green Leaders Share Their Journeys

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Phoenix is trying to raise its recycling rate from 14% above the national average to 40% over the coming years.

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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.

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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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