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Fact or Fiction Friday

Does Green, Eco-friendly, Sustainable all have the same meaning and set of standards?
  • Carole Zellers
Fact or Fiction Friday

Fact or Fiction Friday

10 Extremely Beneficial Reasons to Plant A Tree In Your Yard

Trees are a vital part of our world, and are crucial to our survival. They provide us with the oxygen we need to breathe, shelter for wildlife, and food to eat. But, there’s so much more. Here are 10 reasons why trees should be a staple in your landscaping.

  • Carole Zellers
Fact or Fiction Friday  - Recycling Time Line

Fact or Fiction Friday - Recycling Time Line

 Answer to our Fact or Fiction question is False -  

Archaeologists have discovered evidence that ancient people living in the area of what is now Dubai practiced recycling methods around 3,000 years ago.

Recycling may seem like a modern concept and movement, but humans have always reused things to alleviate the scarcity of resources. Recycling is “subjecting a used material to a process so that it can be reused.” The practice played a vital role during the years of the World Wars, when the disruption of trade routes and the rationing of raw materials and commodities forced the search for alternatives. 

  • Carole Zellers
Fact or Fiction Friday - Apartment Composting

Fact or Fiction Friday - Apartment Composting

The answer to our Facebook fact or fiction statement is = False

EVERYONE CAN BENEFIT FROM USING A COMPOST BIN!!  - Even apartment dwellers.  read on to check out the various uses of compost.

  • Carole Zellers
4th of July Fun Facts

4th of July Fun Facts

Here are 15 fun facts about the U.S. birthday that might surprise family and friends.
  • Carole Zellers
Sweden is Running Out of Garbage!

Sweden is Running Out of Garbage!

Fact or Fiction Friday

 

Answer is true!   Sweden imports garbage -    read on to learn more

Late in 2016, Sweden’s government ran into a truly unique problem. The Scandinavian nation was running out of garbage. Thanks to an innovative waste-to-energy (WTE) program, Sweden was in a position where it was actually forced to import garbage from other nations. In the years since Sweden’s energy revolution has helped the nation virtually eliminate its waste while helping other trash producers rid themselves of refuse.

  • Carole Zellers
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