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Forget Fast Fashion with a Sustainable Wardrobe

Fast Fashion, No…Sustainable Wardrobe, Yes. Fast fashion is a huge problem ethically and environmentally. Fast fashion refers to the quick and cheap production of clothing in labor shops based in developing countries. There used to be simple seasons for fashion: spring/summer and fall/winter. Today, the fashion industry considers every week to be a new season,…

Go Green with an Eco-Friendly 4th of July!

Independence Day is full of parties, picnics, and parades to celebrate America. It’s the perfect time to celebrate the environment too by adding some GREEN to your RED, WHITE & BLUE festivities. Tips for an eco-friendly 4th of July Repurpose decorations. Buying new decorations instead of reusing or repurposing old ones can create a lot…

What is Anaerobic Digestion and How is it Used?

Anaerobic digestion has been used for a long time and across all corners of the globe. As concerns about the environment and climate change continue to increase, the demand to generate renewable energy is growing. This is pushing many agricultural and industrial businesses to turn to waste-to-energy technologies. Anaerobic digestion systems have been used commercially…

Rules For Recycling in Columbus, Ohio

Recycling Columbus, Ohio Every city has different rules for recycling. Before we get into the gritty details of what’s goes in and what stays out of the blue bin, here are a few tips on recycling in Columbus. If you live in the city of Columbus, recycling collection occurs every other week along with yard…

Renewable Energy Facts and Sustainability Tips

Renewable energy is derived from sources that are replenished naturally by the Earth. Before the discovery of coal deposits and the spark of the industrial revolution, most of the energy we used for heating and lighting were from renewable sources – crazy, right? Now, during this current state of environmental and global warming crises, many…

Global Water Supply – Tips to Help Keep it Clean

Water is the most valuable resource on this Earth. Whether or not we realize it, our everyday actions as humans contribute to the pollution of our global water supply. What we put down our drains and flush down the toilet, what we throw on the ground, or even how we wash our cars – all…