Compost is a popular way to dispose of household organic waste, at least during the summer. Composting your household waste helps to speed up the natural process of its decay through the growth of aerobic bacteria. These aerobic bacteria eat away within your compost, and while doing so the bacteria become a type of natural heating force within the
According to the European statistics agency, Eurostat, in the 27 members of the European Union, 40% of treated municipal waste was recycled or composted in 2011, up from 27% in 2001. While these are good news, let’s have a look at the official statistics.
Thanksgiving is almost here, and whether you eat Tofurkey or Turducken, we hope it’s warm, safe, and spent with friends and family!
In celebration of the season, we decided to round up a few apps and other geeky tools that will impress your friends as well as green your feast. Since food
With everyone trying to make their home as green as possible, it seems like most of the attention gets focused on the inside – smart heating and cooling systems, low flow toilets, and eco-friendly light bulbs being just a few examples. But there are also ways we can be green on the outside of the home, doing just as
It’s Friday. It’s five o’clock somewhere. It’s also the 5th week of the Green Business Blog Carnival, a traveling series of green business news, commentary, and insight. Next Friday, check out the carnival at Green Marketing TV.
Grab yourself a margarita and enjoy the show…..