26 May '11, 3pm

Oops! 7 Eco-Intentions Gone Wrong An Earth911 flashback

Oops! 7 Eco-Intentions Gone Wrong An Earth911 flashback

Great tips! Another option to #2 is to recycle your old appliances and home materials by selling or donating for the purpose of REUSE. One man’s trash is another man’s treasure– your old materials may be just perfect for someone else’s home! If you sell your materials you make some cash, and if you donate your materials to an organization like Habitat for Humanity you can reap some tax benefits. And if you’re looking for materials to spruce up your home, reclaimed materials are a great option. They’re cheap, and you’re doing something great for the environment by buying used and saving resources. These days there are many places to find used materials–I work for a company called Murco Recycling Enterprises in La Grange Park, IL. We hold live on-site salvage auctions in homes pending demolition or renovation and disperse all the viable materials on the property before the w...

Full article: http://earth911.com/news/2010/09/13/oops-eco-intentions-g...

Tweets

Green Failure: What’s Wrong With Environmental ...

e360.yale.edu 28 May '11, 10pm

Mr. Saylan has taken the odd approach that the right level of information and method of education can ensure the right cho...