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Junk Car Recycling Facts and Information

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Junk Car Recycling The Clunker Junker Recycling or selling your junk car has a lot of benefits beyond just putting some cash in your pocket. Recycling is a huge part of creating and maintaining a clean sustainable place for us to live. The Clunker Junker is proud to be green, and proud to make the Earth a better place to ... Read More »

E-Waste Recycling: Benefits and Opportunities

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E-Waste Recycling With the ever-increasing production of consumer electronics around the world, e-waste is mounting to unprecedented volumes. While this might seem like yet another waste problem the world is facing and needs to resolve in order to preserve the environment in the long run, the current trend is actually creating an opportune environment for the growth and popularization of ... Read More »

Responsible Cable Recycling

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Courtesy of Cable Leader Responsible Cable Recycling As consumer technology becomes more cutting-edge, it’s easy to become immersed on having the latest gadget on the market every time something new is released. The question then becomes what happens to the devices those gadgets replace? Due to the accelerated nature of consumer technology, electronic waste is one of the biggest environmental ... Read More »

Monkey M8, Reusable Everyday Products

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Monkey M8 MONKEY M8 meaning MONKEY “MATE” = Friend. With one foot in the remote jungle of Africa and the other in the Urban jungle of design in the streets of Stockholm, the idea was born to make great designed every day products and at the same time support the nearly extinct Mountain Gorillas of Uganda and Congo. MONKEY M8’S MISSION: ... Read More »

Helping Kids Learn: Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle

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Helping Kids Learn Helping Kids Learn To Reduce, Reuse And Recycle When shopping, ask kids to help you find the products that use the least amount of packaging. Try to repair broken items instead of throwing them away. Model good behavior by separating trash into recycling bins whenever possible. Buy as many products in bulk as possible to cut down ... Read More »

Going green is easier than you think

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Going Green Most of us recycle these days, but day to day living in the modern world still has us leaving a hefty carbon footprint. If you’re thinking about going completely green the whole idea can seem like a momentous challenge, but with a few simple lifestyle changes it’s not as tough as you might imagine. Read More »

The 3 R’s, Recycle, Reduce, Reuse

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3 R’s: Recycle, Reduce, Reuse We all know that caring for the environment is essential. This is our home, and if we fail to care for our home, we, our children, and our grandchildren will suffer the consequences. And if you’re like most people, you probably have some basic ideas about the importance of recycling. It keeps garbage out of ... Read More »

5 Green Businesses to Start Right Now

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5 Green Businesses Green businesses are becoming very popular investments among entrepreneurs. This is partly because now there’s more awareness about the importance of ecological issues, and partly because there are customers who are willing to support such businesses. Like with any other business, a green company is about more than just an idea. The execution of its premise is ... Read More »

Solid Waste, Here’s A Guide To Get Rid Of

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Solid Waste The United States is the land of plenty. Unfortunately, that also means we generate plenty of waste. The amount of solid waste generated yearly by the average American household has been rising steadily over the last 50 years. Although recycling and other green/sustainability efforts have helped us to treat waste disposal in a more responsible manner, it’s still ... Read More »