ONE PERSON CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE !!
We can all find something that is easy or accessible that can contribute to the effort of Reducing your Carbon footprint to save the planet. Stop by periodically as I will provide tips and tricks for your household and lifestyle.
Are you one of those people that would like to recycle more or even start recycling but you aren’t sure where to recycle your items?
Perhaps you are a construction worker and don’t bother properly disposing of your garbage because you don’t know where to haul the waste.
Are you a contractor in the same situation with leftover electronics, plumbing or metal?
If so, click the link below and you will arrive to a page where you can choose the item of your desire and place a zip code in for the area you would like to dispose in and you will get a return of several options of facilities with their address and phone numbers.
I can't think of a better way to celebrate Earth Day than to participate in the "Canopy Project". We don't need to be wealthy or even well-off to make a difference. The only thing needed is for you to care; care about the environment around you, care about the ground you walk on and the air you breath. An excerpt from www.earthday.org: "As part of its mission to protect natural lands and preserve the environment for all people, Earth Day Network developed The Canopy Project. Rather than focusing on large scale forestry, The Canopy Project plants trees that help communities - especially the world's impoverished communities - sustain themselves and their local economies. Trees reverse the impacts of land degradation and provide food, energy and income, helping communities to achieve long-term economic and environmental sustainability. Trees also filter the air and help stave off the effects of climate change. "
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