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Christmas Tree Recycling Options Include Local Farms

With Christmas now behind us, you might be thinking about taking down your tree soon. If you have a real tree, don’t be so quick to just toss it by the curb. Many farm animals enjoy eating or playing with

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Toronto Mall Food Court All But Eliminates Food Waste And Packaging

A waste audit of the food court at Carleton University in Ottawa last year found that only 12 per cent of waste was recycled or composted, even though 22 per cent of the waste headed for the dump could have

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A Novel Approach To Dealing With Discarded Wads Of Chewing Gum

Love this idea… Chewing gum is the second most common source of litter, behind cigarettes, not to mention stepping in it accidentally, and because it isn’t biodegradable, cities are struggling to get rid of it. Now, the BBC reports that

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