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Keira Knightley is the Ultimate Recycler

Keira Knightley sets a fine example for recyclers everywhere. In fact, she wore a recycled wedding gown when she wed her musician beau James Righton back in 2013. Knightley donned a recycled pale pink Chanel wedding gown for her big …

BPA Miscarriage: Possible Link Discovered By Study
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LiveScience via Yahoo News reported yesterday that the common plastic chemical bisphenol A (BPA) has been linked to miscarriage risks in pregnant women. The study is to be presented at the meeting of International Federation of Fertility Societies and the …

Water Bottles Used For Graduation Attire At MTU Water Bottles Used For Graduation Attire At MTU

All of us are trying to reduce our carbon footprint and take better care of the environment that surrounds us. According to Cleanair.org, 26-41% of 2.4 million tons of PET plastic (what water bottles are made out of) are discarded …

E-Waste Recycling Turns Phones Into Gold E-Waste Recycling Turns Phones Into Gold
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We throw things away. It’s just part of being a consumer culture. If a phone breaks or we’re done with the current technology, we can either sell it or throw it away. Unfortunately, the majority of American seem to think …

Best Buy Tests E-Waste Recycling Program

Best Buy is testing a free electronic recycling program in 117 of its stores.

The program launched on June 1, with stores in Baltimore, San Francisco and Minnesota. Customers can bring in up to two electronic devices per day, per household for recycling.

Electronics that can be recycled include televisions, monitors up to 32 inches, computers, phones, and cameras. Items that won’t be accepted are televisions or monitors that are over 32 inches, console televisions, air conditioners, microwave ovens and appliances. Best Buy has a separate program for appliances.