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20 Things I Didn't Realize Were Less Waste

We have made choices that are considered zero-waste/chemical free, without even knowing.

1) french pressed coffee. We like it because of the taste. You can make is as strong as you like and it truly steeps like it should. 1,151 more words

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Me, myself and bump

Time just flew by and now, it’s only 3 weeks left till due date. Moving to a new state, chaotic life with a 2-year-old, and a job made me somewhat loose track of where I am with this pregnancy. 466 more words


Lessons From Earth Day

Yesterday, as many of you already know, was Earth Day. A day I’d like to think that we can all use Earth Day to take a pause and think about how our actions, individually, are impacting our little piece of the earth. 365 more words


Continental Tire's Sumter Plant Achieves Zero Waste

The topic of sustainability is a high priority for Continental Tire the Americas LLC, and the company’s newest tire production facility in Sumter, S.C. is an example of that. 447 more words

Zero- Waste Community Living

This is another newspaper article from my friends Mike and Grace (Grace is Oil Mom- member #1771992) You can contact them at their blog http://brotherchicory.blogspot.com/ 38 more words

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Local organics composter Rust Belt Riders wins $20K grant

Rust Belt Riders, the Northeast Ohio bicycle-riding organic recyclers who collect food waste from local restaurants, schools, and homes, have won a $20,000 grant that will help them manage customer relations, improve their billing processes, and expand their bicycles-and-trailers collection fleet. 172 more words

Leftover Food


Now, this is a little detour from my normal fodder. However, I find Swagbucks allows me to regularly treat myself and others. You can redeem for all sorts of vouchers, but personally I choose Amazon as they give the best return for my bucks. 231 more words