08/31/13 Clean is community!
11/30/13 Shop Local Saturday
12/02/13 Free Compost Kit Giveaway
12/30/13 Christmas Tree Recycling
01/04/14 Carnation Christmas Tree Recycling
Now that your taxes are filed, time to reduce your paper piles! Some documents need to be kept, but others can be scanned and digitally saved, or shredded and recycled. Click below for a list of upcoming free shredding events and more info on what to save and what to toss!
You may be bringing home more than clean clothes from the dry cleaner. By considering non-toxic alternatives to cleaning delicate clothes, you can help keep toxins out of your home - and the environment.
tags: dry cleaningWeekly Tips | April 02, 2012
April is Earth Month, so why not pause to reflect upon how lightly you can walk across it. Checking in on your carbon footprint is one way to gauge your tread. For more information on how to calculate and potentially lighten your load, click below.
tags: earth monthWeekly Tips | March 26, 2012
A Northwest Spring is upon us, as is April’s National Poetry Month. Walt Whitman spent a life considering Leaves of Grass, so when it comes time to mow - why not consider ‘grasscycling?’ Click below for more information on the natural recycling of grass clippings by leaving them on the lawn.
Spring is here, and it’s time to chase the dust bunnies! Before tackling household cleaning projects, why not consider white gloving your spring cleaning products? Click below for a few tidy alternatives to help create a more sparkling environment.