First of all, what is mulch? Mulch is when the woody thicker branches that can’t easily compose are passed through a shredder to “cut” them into smaller pieces. When you have many of this smaller woody pieces you get mulch. … Continue reading Free Organic Mulch – Plantation, FL
Paper bags and Plastic bags both require different resources to be manufactured and they both have different impacts on the environment. According to the City of Fort Lauderdale, plastic bags use 70% less energy to be manufactured than paper bags. However, … Continue reading Reusable Bags
Yes, they are. They are one of the few plastics that actually can get recycled back into shopping plastic bags. However is not as simple as throwing your plastic bottle in the recycling bin. In fact, throwing plastic bags in … Continue reading Are shopping plastic bags recyclable?
When we throw items in the recycling bin, our cities collect them, and we don’t see them again. As I have mentioned in other articles, the “recyclables” don’t get sorted and shipped back to the manufacturers for them to reuse … Continue reading Why is the Recycling Bin Challenge Relevant to Reducing Waste?
There is a very cool challenge going viral called the No Plastic Challenge. Which consists of doing everything in your power to not use single-use plastics within a week, a month or for the hardcore, a year. Though I believe … Continue reading Recycling Bin Challenge!
I used a lot of sticky notes, but my consumption dropped drastically when I purchased a pack of NON-sticky sticky notes (palm to face). If I am not mistaken that pack has lasted like 5 years with me now. So, … Continue reading Less Sticky Notes, Reduced Paper Waste
When someone does an engine search on how plastics affect the environment within 15 minutes of reading or watching videos anyone can grow depressed and even think that there is no hope. Birds suffocating to their death because their bellies … Continue reading The Ocean Cleanup Project – The Largest Clean Up in History