We drown in paper everyday with all the magazines and newspapers and general mail that we get every single day. Recycling is a good solid way to stop the waste. Producing paper uses a lot of our Natural Resources and pollutes our water and our air, and although I am not talking about stopping all that, there are some things we can do and that some are doing to lessen the amount of damage and waste.
If your entrance system is not used correctly this will also result in the premature aging of your door, say the door is forcibly opened or closed without the automatic equipment doing it job this could cause the wheels to come off its track for instance just like a train, what a disaster.If your door is not working to suit your needs, speak with your supplier as there are various accessories to make your entrance system work for you!
The full list of things you can recycle is on the website along with a list of things that are no no’s. All equipment is destroyed and recycled in an environmentally sound manner. None of the equipment is reused so you don’t have to worry about any data that is on your electronic waste.
The conference room will have presentations on “Rain Water Harvesting and Grey-water basics” and “Solar Electric Class with Horizon Energy Systems”. These will begin at 12 noon and 1 p.m. respectively, and the location is 438 Coleman Avenue.
First, on Earth Day, April 22, 2011 the 4th Annual Wilshire Center Earth Day will be held. It’s a car free experience to be held on the lawn of 3700 Wilshire Blvd at 6:00 PM; a short walk from the Wilshire/Western Metro Station. The event will feature the 35-foot screening of “Avatar”. Other events include face painting for kids, community booths, and an e-solvent recycler center for old TVs, computers, monitors, and other electronics.
The challenge, remains in the doing, adapting to a more vital, fresh, light, healthful diet. Ironically one of the most important aids to a healthy diet has little to do with food. As we find more meaning and purpose in our lives, we experience a renewed energy and sense of fulfillment and we no longer use food for consolation but food for function.
Peet’s Coffee and Tea is giving patrons a free medium beverage, which includes tea, with a full price purchase of mugs or tumblers on April 22. Like Starbucks, Peet’s engages in some everyday green practices. They will give customers 10% off their beverage purchase every time they bring their own mug or other drinking vessel and 20% off when they reuse their coffee bags. They also give customers free coffee grounds for composting.