Got meds? Most of us do. Once they expire or are no longer needed, there is a better, safer and healthier solution than flushing them down the drain or throwing them in the garbage.
tags: medicineWeekly Tips | September 19, 2011
Whether you are packing a lunch for yourself or little ones, this weekday task is a wonderful opportunity to reduce your waste footprint!
By replacing single use bags, containers, plastic utencils, paper napkins and drink containers with ones that can be washed and reused, you will save money and conserve natural resources.
tags: no tagsWeekly Tips | September 06, 2011
When remodeling there are lots of ways you can keep reusable and recyclable materials out of the landfill. Click here for the King County Construction Recycling Directory.
Common construction debris can be recycled through local and regional drop-off recycling programs. Recyclable materials include:
tags: no tagsWeekly Tips | August 29, 2011
If you are headed out to a favorite campsite or park for Labor Day, there are many things you can do to lessen your environmental impact and reduce waste.
tags: no tagsWeekly Tips | August 22, 2011
In Washington it is easy to recycle electronics thanks to the Department of Ecology’s E-Cycle Washington program and the Take It Back Network.
E-Cycle Washington partners and Take It Back Network members host drop-off locations for a variety of electronic equipment including computers, monitors, printers, TVs, cell phones, PDAs, fax machines, stereos, DVD and VCR players, household electronics and rechargeable batteries.