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Busch Systems, Environmental Products

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Busch Systems Our E-mail inbox is flooded with various stories, products, concepts related to the environment and I read all of them. All of the e-mails are interesting and important to us because all have information and content related to a subject WhosGreenOnline.com is so very passionate about; “Our Environment!” Through our daily travels in Life, we enter/visit numerous establishments ... Read More »

Merry Xmas and Happy Holidays from WhosGreenOnline.com

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Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays WhosGreenOnline.com would like to wish our friends a festive Holiday Season this year. Whatever your religion and/or beliefs, it is our hope here at WhosGreenOnline, that we all enjoy a safe and joyous Holiday season with our family and friends. While we do enjoy this wonderful time of year with our family and friends, please ... Read More »

The Low Down on Plastic Bottled Water

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Plastic Bottled Water ***Note from publisher: Michael R. Craig I feel the 2 biggest concerns regarding our future on EARTH are: Plastic and Population! The concept of the bottled water has been around for over two centuries. When plastic was invented, the world saw a rise in the production of plastic bottled water because it is convenient. Most of all, ... Read More »

Ten Habits To Get Plastic Out Of Our Lives

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Ten Simple Habits to get the Plastic out of our lives Brands like; Franprix, McDonalds, are countless signs that anticipate the ban on the sale of certain plastic disposable products by 1st January 2020. It is no longer a secret that plastic contaminates the planet. Now, you can find everywhere in nature, on the beach, beneath the oceans and even ... Read More »

How to Ditch Plastic in the Bathroom

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How to Ditch Plastic in the Bathroom The average American throws away about 185 pounds of plastic every year, and 50% of the plastic we use gets thrown away after only a single use. It’s no mystery why we have a plastic pollution crisis on our hands. And while small ways might have made a dent in the problem once, ... Read More »

Improper Rubbish Removal, Some Bad Impacts

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Improper Rubbish Removal Many families in Australia use local recycling centers, waste removal services and skip bins to remove their waste products. It is very important to do the rubbish removal in a proper way. There are many who dispose of their rubbishes themselves and without a proper way of disposing of, the toxic wastes can lead to negative impact. ... Read More »

Disposable Water Bottles, and The Facts

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Disposable Water Bottles You’ve likely heard of the dangers of BPA in plastic water bottles and the harmful effects it can have on your health. It’s true; disposable plastic bottles have been linked to reproductive issues, asthma, and even breast cancer. But that’s not all. They’re also doing severe long-term damage to the health of our planet. Disposable plastic water ... Read More »

Plastic Pollution: Reduce your plastic waste

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Plastic Pollution You might have heard of the challenge Plastic free July before. It is an initiative to encourage people not to use single-use plastics. The motive behind it makes total sense: for example, why would you need to use plastic, a material that takes centuries to decompose for wrapping which loses its purpose right after the product is open? ... Read More »

Recycled Plastic Outdoor Furniture & Plastic Lumber

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Recycled Plastic You may think the best reason to recycle plastic is to reuse it and save our resources or maybe to keep the landfills from overflowing. Maybe you already know that just producing bottled water for the USA uses about 17 million barrels of oil per year and creates over 2.5 million tons of CO2 each year and a ... Read More »