PennyGem’s Chloe Hurst helps reveal some ways retailers aren’t wasting the opportunity to reduce environmental impact by offering recycling re…
The daily average of first-dose vaccinations each week plummeted to 3,810 in mid-April from a peak of 15,382 in mid-March, according to state data. The average has held relatively steady at about 3,000 first doses per day since May.
“This fire shows the importance of not tossing batteries and electronics into curbside recycling and waste carts at home,” said Robert Pickens with Tulsa Recycling and Transfer. “Throwing away a battery can seem harmless, but they are ticking time bombs in the recycling and waste world.”
You can cut back on kitchen waste and feed your plants at the same time with this DIY eggshell fertilizer from TikTok user @maya.sarah19. To make the fertilizer, crush up leftover eggshells and cover with water. After two days, you can water your plants with the mixture.
TikTok user @chelsychristina, the small business owner behind Mindful Goods, knows a thing or two about selecting sustainable products. In her video “5 Things I Don’t Buy Anymore,” the eco-conscious creator breaks down low waste swaps for common household items, from using rags or bamboo toilet paper instead of paper towel and tissue to eliminating disposable makeup wipes by swapping for reusable cotton rounds.
Going green isn’t just great for the environment—it can also be great for your wallet. As EcoTok creator @sabrina.sustainable.life explains, a low waste lifestyle can help you save money while you save the planet. Her low waste and budget friendly swaps include reusable wool dryer balls, a reusable cooking oil spray bottle, and a long-lasting shampoo bar.
Reduce, reuse, recycle, that’s the mantra these days! Buzz60’s Maria Mercedes Galuppo has the story.
Vermont is now the first state to legally require composting from its citizens. A look at the process of composting and how it’s now the law o…
As the demand for certain types of produce declines in the U.S. amid the coronavirus pandemic, some farmers are being forced to destroy their …
The OEPA is seeking a hearing before the OCC as the price of Oklahoma crude crashes to around $20 a barrel.
According to new research, we’re wasting a lot more food than experts had previously thought. Here’s how many calories people are wasting every day and what that means for our planet.
According to new research, we’re wasting a lot more food than experts had previously thought. Here’s how many calories people are wasting ever…
Here’s some hot tips on how to stop wasting food, while saving money at the same time.
Opening a gift has become the ultimate Oscar-worthy performance, but before you ruin this year’s performance, find a way to actually get gifte…
“It ain’t so much the things we don’t know … it’s the things we know that just ain’t so.”
The Environmental Protection Agency will propose a set of rules Monday that would make it easier for coal-fired plants to store waste onsite and release water containing toxic metals into nearby waterways.
Oxley Nature Center washed over with debris from an old landfill uncovered by recent flooding just upstream on Bird Creek.
Green waste pickup will be conducted at no cost to residents.
The City of Owasso has released information about its free landfill day, taking place on April 6, and its yard waste collection program, starting on April 8.
Some will shred the paper away from their Christmas gifts, leaving a mess only a cat could love. Others will simply pop the tape and daintily unfold wrapping paper to reveal the treasured object inside. Either way, the result is the same: Christmas waste.
When discussing population growth we must consider birth rates and consumption rates worldwide.
Handicap spaces hard read
Why doesn't anyone in this state explore some of the possible problems with our state school administration system?