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Message in a Bottle? More Like a Message About a Bottle?

Message in a Bottle? More Like a Message About a Bottle? (419)


(NewsUSA) - Growing up on the Mississippi River, Chad Pregracke, Living Lands & Waters Founder, experienced first-hand what pollution was doing to our nation's rivers. Despite being 17 years old ...

Recycled Tires Provide Eco-Friendly Path in Yellowstone National Park

Recycled Tires Provide Eco-Friendly Path in Yellowstone National Park (396)


(NewsUSA) - Visitors driving to Yellowstone National Park's iconic geyser, "Old Faithful," also will travel via tire once they exit their cars for a closer look. Old Faithful now boasts a porous, ...

Saving Water Is Easy With These Simple Plumbing Updates

Saving Water Is Easy With These Simple Plumbing Updates (56)


(NewsUSA) - Saving water is becoming an increasingly popular subject these days, especially in areas around the world that are suffering severe droughts. Luckily, saving water is extremely easy if ...

Blow Off the Heat By Turning On a Fan

Blow Off the Heat By Turning On a Fan (342)


(NewsUSA) - Believe it or not, cooler weather is on the way. For most parts of the country, mid-September brings a break in the heat, and signals a good time to turn off your air conditioner and turn ...

Waste and Recycling Jobs: Opportunities Are Plentiful

Waste and Recycling Jobs: Opportunities Are Plentiful (387)


(NewsUSA) - Trade and technical positions are the bright, shining stars of the economy these days. They don't require a college degree, do provide the opportunity for a meaningful career, and they ...

Landfills: An Unexpected Source of Renewable Energy

Landfills: An Unexpected Source of Renewable Energy (372)


(NewsUSA) - Did you know that the garbage you throw out every day is a source of green energy? The gas naturally generated by landfills fuels vehicles and powers the electric grid, easing our ...

Homeowners May Be in Hot Water With New Water Heater Regulations

Homeowners May Be in Hot Water With New Water Heater Regulations (380)


(NewsUSA) - In less than two months, new water heater efficiency standards will take effect and may end up hitting homeowners with an unexpected (and costly) expense. To grasp the coming ...

Garden Project Spreads Its Roots in Urban Areas

Garden Project Spreads Its Roots in Urban Areas (400)


(NewsUSA) - It's not easy being green -- especially when you share space with more than 3 million people. And yet, one Southern California business is making it easier. BP Gardens, a subsidiary of ...

Modern Farming: Technology Helps Keep Food on the Table

Modern Farming: Technology Helps Keep Food on the Table (405)


(NewsUSA) - From farm to table, much about food production has changed -- for both farmers and consumers. Like any other business, farmers must adapt to a changing world -- one that will see its ...

Modern Landfills: Safe, Smart and Green

Modern Landfills: Safe, Smart and Green (357)


(NewsUSA) - The average American generates a lot of trash and recyclables -- about four pounds per day. That adds up to more than 250 million tons of trash every year, and more than a third of it ...

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