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March 25, 2019 - 03:30pm
Every day we are faced with hundreds of choices between what to wear, how to get to work, or what to eat for dinner. One of the hardest choices we face is whether to place our waste in the recycling or the trash. Each day as you scroll down your newsfeed or open the paper there is a new article about the environment and how you can help. Most articles tell you how to be “green” by focusing on recycling., but the biggest problem is no one is telling you how to do it properly. This is where we come in.
January 17, 2019 - 02:11pm
My bathroom is overflowing with beauty supplies. Bottles full of hair care products and masks. Draws brimming with makeup and tools. Each with a price attached, in dollars and environmental challenges.
Beauty products are some of the last things we associate with environmental impact. Some brands jump on the bandwagon and do things like stopping animal testing or using only vegan ingredients, but a few of these changes are done specifically to protect the environment. Instead they are done to appeal to a wider, niche market that their consumers seem to care about.
December 22, 2018 - 09:00am
If your holidays are anything like mine, your living room is about to be full of ripped wrapping paper, gifts, and boxes upon boxes. Even devoid of the gifts, the boxes may still be full, however.
They could be packed with Styrofoam, bubble wrap, paper, and other materials. These types of bundles are called
complex packaging and they make disposal and recycling a major hassle.
December 19, 2018 - 09:30am
The tree is lit, the food is cooking, and the music is both loved and hated. Your house probably feels like walking into a Christmas movie with Santa waiting right around the corner, ready to pop out and cover you with presents. On those presents is a big, glaring problem: wrapping paper and ribbon.