Take the food, family, gifts, and meaning of Christmas out of the equation and what do you have left? A lot of trash! Food waste, gift wrap, boxes, cards, decorations, and more add up to an abundance of items you'll probably want (need) to get rid of. But how do you do it responsibly?
It's National Pollution Prevention Week where the efforts of saving our planet by reducing pollution is highlighted. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has some simple tips that you can do at home to help our planet.
Today I woke up like any other Earth Day, not realizing that it's Earth Day. I mean, it's something we really don't look forward to unless your big into planting trees. So I thought back on how I've mistreated the earth this last year. It's almost always by accident, but still it wasn't good for the environment. I'm not a litterer, and I recycle... most of the time. But here are some things I
I guess I know what WLSSD's new ad campaign will be about.
Duluth-area residents and visitors are tossing more than 40 million beverage containers into the trash every year despite efforts to encourage recycling.
That’s the finding of a series of trash surveys conducted recently by the Western Lake Superior Sanitary District in Duluth.
In the latest effort, in October, WLSSD staff donned gloves an
Community Action Duluth is doing their part to assist those in need. One-third of the people who reside in the City of Duluth live in poverty or are considered working poor. Community Action Duluth is doing what they can to help those who are struggling.
For one month, we can combine efforts and "GO GREEN". You and I, and several businesses will make the commitment and we will all ben