Browsing articles tagged with " Recycling"
Feb
5
2014

5 Green Tips for Valentine’s Day

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5 green tips for Valentine’s day. Typically, with Valentine’s Day you think of roses, chocolates, jewelry, and other gifts to let special people in your life know you care about them. This year we have some tips for you to stay environmentally savvy while celebrating the holiday. These suggestions help the environment and are a little more creative than a box of chocolates. This Valentines’s Day make green the new red courtesy of Think Green From Home. Happy Valentine’s Day everybody! Image [...]

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Jul
18
2011

What Goes In The Recycle Bin?

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Recycling is the easiest way to go green.You just toss those items in the recycle bin, and they’re picked up curbside once or twice a week. But what, exactly, can you throw in there? There are different rules in every city, so you’ll have to check with your local sanitation department to find out for sure what you can recycle. Most places, however, recycle the following items. Every town has different rules so you’ll need [...]

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May
24
2011

Daily Deal! 2 Kodak Funsaver Single Use Cameras With Flash

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The Daily Deal is ready to go! Celebrate summer – and summer vacation – and get 2 Kodak Funsaver with Flash single use cameras for the low price of $14.39. This single use camera is great for taking pictures both indoors and outdoors, as it comes with a built-in electronic-flash. There are a total of 27 exposures of ISO 400 film. That’s a savings of 23%. What could be more fun and convenient than a [...]

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Apr
18
2011

3 Earth Day Activities

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Earth Day 2011 is quickly approaching! Involving yourself in different activities on the holiday is a great way of going green. Here are three Earth Day activities for April 22nd.

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Mar
14
2011

Going Green: How to Throw a St. Patrick’s Day “Green” Party

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St. Patrick’s Day is obviously for dressing green. But it is also easy to make it about going green. Hosting a St. Patrick’s party and molding it to your green lifestyle is easy. It also helps minimize your impact on the environment. Brandy’s Big Bargains have thrown together some great tips for a “green” St. Patrick’s Day party. Host a “Green” Party with “Green“ ideas. Okay, so you have the normal “Green” foods, like Green Sugar [...]

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Mar
7
2011

5 Surprising Things You Can Throw In The Recycling Bin

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Recycling is one of the easiest ways of going green. It’s also typically simple. There are however a few things I sometimes question whether they can be recyled or not. Thankfully Yahoo has put together a list of five surprising things you can throw in the recycling bin. You already know if newspapers, tin cans, or plastic bottles get picked up on your curb for recycling, but what about similar items?   Chances are phone [...]

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Feb
28
2011

Go Green: Secrets to Crayon Recycling

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Is there anyone who didn’t play with Crayons when they were young? They were so fun! Ok so maybe I had a trouble staying in the lines. Who didn’t? It turns out your old favorite toys can be recycled when they get down to the nub. But how can Crayons really make your life more green? Crayola’s new Crayon Maker melts down used crayons to form new ones in three easy steps, allowing the creation [...]

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Feb
21
2011

Is your Mailbox Filled with Junk Mail?

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Is your mailbox filled with junk mail? “Going green” isn’t always about making a drastic change. Most times a simple change can seriously help the environment. Today so much paper waste is a result of junk mail. We all get it. And most of the times we have no idea what to do with it. Sometimes it feels like the only thing I get in the mail are catalogs or coupon booklets. The New York Times environment blog recently posted a [...]

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