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Tweet Yesterday was Earth Day, a day when everyone is supposed to try to do something which benefits the planet. Of course, people should try to do what’s best for the planet everyday, but unfortunately that isn’t always the case. … Continue reading
Tweet When most people think of pollutants in the air, they tend to think of the air outside of the home as being most harmful. However, the quality of the air inside your home may actually be worse than the … Continue reading
Tweet No matter what city you live in or how “green” the city’s policies may be, there is still going to be trash. How the trash is handled however may be completely different, especially if you do happen to live … Continue reading
Tweet Almost every grocery store cashier asks you the same question, “paper or plastic?”. It seems that there is a good chance that the “plastic” option may be gone pretty soon. Here is an article from The Wall Street Journal, … Continue reading
Tweet When most people decide to “go green”, they are usually doing so with improving the environment outside of the home on their mind. By recycling, using biodegradable products, reducing pollution, and just helping to maintain the ecological balance on … Continue reading
Tweet Earlier this month, we covered the City of Boulder’s upcoming agenda item regarding possible regulation of plastic and paper bags. The Boulder City Council met on May 15th to discuss the range of options for regulating the use of … Continue reading
Tweet It’s official Spring is here! Have you scheduled your spring cleaning yet? How about a spring cleanup/prep for your yard? Lawn pesticides and synthetic fertilizers are associated with an increased risk of cancer, neurotoxicity, birth defects, liver or kidney … Continue reading
Tweet Did you know the average American uses 11,040 kilowatts of energy, 441 gallons of gasoline and 4,759 cubic feet of natural gas each year? Multiply that by the US population and you’ve got an extremely large energy need – … Continue reading
Tweet Did you know that indoor air can be contaminated with industrial chemicals such as benzene, formaldehyde and trichloroethylene? These chemicals are used extensively in building materials, furniture materials, paints, inks, varnishes and adhesives. Over time, these chemicals are emitted … Continue reading