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A word on waste...

If you have a little corner in your garden, it’s really simple to create a rich compost. Composting bins can be bought at your local garden centre or DIY store for around €40. 100 more words


Interior Styling with Lisbeth and Jenne: Helping the Environment, One Home at a Time

Taking care of the planet is a growing focus in the realm of interior design. With the development of materials and products that reduce harmful impact on the environment, it’s never been easier to be ‘green’ when it comes to home decoration and remodeling. 662 more words

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Late night posting 

It’s been a busy day and the regular schedule has gone astray. Posting in advance to avoid pressure to post has also faded.

The other day I shared a post about a gift that had been made for me. 67 more words


It's Time to Focus on "Local Water"

Beyond the need to invest significant capital in municipal water infrastructure improvement projects, towns both big and small can contribute to their water well-being by embracing the concept of local water outlined by Brian Young, Sustainable Infrastructure product manager at Autodesk,  in this recent article featured in the… 602 more words

Water Stress

Recycling rate at Roger Williams University brings questions to campus community

The recycling rate at Roger Williams University over the past three years has been consistent, consistently low. In 2014, the recycling rate was a measly 21 percent which is far below the national average. 110 more words

Roger Williams University

As snow melts away, trash returns to schedule

After months of heavy snow and harsh weather, it appears that spring is finally on its way. For many garbagemen and waste companies throughout the Northeast, trash pick up has been difficult through the past couple months. 145 more words


Apple extends trade-in program to Android, BlackBerry devices

TORONTO – Apple is offering an incentive for people to switch to iPhone.

The company has extended its in-store trade-in program – which allows users to trade in old devices under its recycling program – to Android, Windows Phone and BlackBerry devices, the company confirmed to Global News Tuesday. 216 more words