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Posted by Haley Salmon, Owner & Founder on Jan 24th 2023

What do the numbers in the triangle mean & which are recyclable?01 is PET or Polyethylene Terephthalate, mostly in single-use plastics like soda or water bottles. It is hard to clean properly and is not suggested to reuse often, but can be recycled!02 is HDPE or High-Density Polyethylene, used in things like milk bottles or detergent bottles, and generally is recyclable!03 is V/PVC or Vinyl/Polyvinyl Chloride and is used to make juice bo… Read more

Posted by Haley Salmon, Owner & Founder on Nov 10th 2022

November is that special time of year when Thanksgiving is approaching and we all do our best to get together with our family, sadly often for the only time all year, and sometimes even with the people we wish we’d see even more infrequently. Yet jokes aside, it is a wonderful time when the holidays are creeping nearer, the weather is crisp, and if we are lucky, we get to spend some time appreciating our loved ones and feeling some of the love ou… Read more

Posted by Haley Salmon, Owner & Founder on Oct 7th 2022

Halloween is right around the corner, and while it can be quite easy (and fun!) to sink into the decorating chaos, we should strive to keep in mind the environmental impact that even just one exciting day can have for our planet, and do our best to have fun in innovative ways that are cognizant of and try to limit any unnecessary waste. Here are some tips on how to limit waste this year while still staying true to the Halloween spirit (or spirits… Read more
Ways People Are Celebrating Earth Day Across The WorldThe U.K. is hosting many various conservation projects as well as Earth Day art fairs & planting eventsParis is having a big festival with cleanups, plantings and musicBarcelona is hosting a cleanup event on Mullan St.Naples is promoting an awareness campaign among studentsBudapest is having an Earth Day yoga eventAmsterdam is hosting an art exhibition on the climate crisisBaghdad is hosti… Read more
One of the biggest misconceptions out there about climate change is that “it won’t hurt me, my friends, or my family,” at least not in this lifetime, so there is little reason to care, especially on top of all of the other problems you have to worry about in your life on a daily basis. The Yale Climate Opinion Maps of 2018 show that almost half of Americans believe that climate change is not harming anyone in the United Sates and that it will not… Read more