Organic Recycling: The New "Green" Approach, And How It's Done

Posted on: 24 May 2019

Is there a new buzz in town, all about a new "green practices" approach called organic recycling? If you want to learn more about this new, environmentally friendly practice and how it is done, read the following. If It Is Organic, It Can Be Recycled Simply put, if it can rot, decompose, and be used as fertilizer, it is organic. If it is organic, it can be recycled into something that can be used for other purposes.
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How To Recycle Your Old Laptops Safely And Easily

Posted on: 2 February 2019

If you get a new laptop every few years, you may keep the old ones for backup or you may keep them around because you're not sure how you can get rid of them. You've probably heard laptops are dangerous to the environment if they're tossed in landfills. You may also be worried about someone getting your personal information off one. Here's a look at why you should recycle your old laptops and how you can do it safely.
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Three Tips For Reducing Waste At Your Company

Posted on: 21 December 2015

While the average person produces about 4.3 pounds of waste per day, the amount of waste generated in commercial environments is typically higher. For instance, the commercial sector in Los Angeles produced about 10.53 pounds of waste per employee per day in 2006. Reducing waste at your company can have a positive impact on your bottom line and the environment. Here are three tips to help you achieve this goal.
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Factors To Consider When You Try To Start Your Own Recycling Business

Posted on: 14 December 2015

If you are an entrepreneur who is always looking to know what direction the business world is heading in and who wants to be sure to be among the first to move in that direction, you may be focused primarily on forms of sustainable business and how sustainability can factor into your future plans. As such, you might decide to start your own recycling business to jumpstart your move into being environmentally friendly and sustainable.
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