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Raising Green Kids: The Trick is Getting Their Hands Dirty

Help your kids get excited about compost. It’s an easy step that will boost your garden and green your home.

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Benefits of Shredding

Green Cycler’s key feature–the ability to shred and grind food scraps to a fraction of their original size. When you think about it, there are plenty of ways to store organic waste in preparation for recycling, worms or compost. But, the glaring gap in other systems (and

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Preventing Food Waste is the Ultimate Act of Green – Pledge to Change the Planet on Earth Day 2013

Nearly 1 billion people will pay tribute to the Earth on Monday, April 22, according to EarthDay.org. Given that there are approximately 7 billion inhabitants of the planet, that’s a pretty good participation rate! Earth day is just around the corner! What’s your Earth Day act of

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Reduce Food Waste Using These Easy Steps

True or False?  Food waste that is not composted is not destructive when it’s thrown into a trash can or down a garbage disposal. The answer is False. It is a misconception that food waste is not harmful to the environment. Most people are under the impression

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Green Activism at Schools and on College Campuses is Key to the Earth’s Future Wellbeing

Today’s youth are the individuals destined to lead the world into the future. If they are not taught and encouraged to embrace environmental conservation, the planet will continue to be plagued by landfills, excessive trash, and pollution. Luckily, a majority of young people that live across the

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A “Slop Bucket” in Every Home?

The British press reported today that the UK’s coalition government is set to require every household in the country to use a “slop bucket” to recycle green scraps. While we applaud the UK’s noble effort to achieve a “zero-waste economy” and be the “greenest ever” government, there’s

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