Green Waste

Australia and Indonesia keep talking about a “green economy” – but what does it look like?

Every day, Mohamad Lutfi’s factory in East Java transforms 50 tonnes of plastic waste into pallets. Like many Indonesians, Lutfi has seen massive amounts of plastic waste polluting the land, oceans and rivers near his home in Pasuruan. If plastic is a problem, waste is also a resource for her …

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DeLand Approves Phase 1 of Lake Winnemissett Cresswind Development

The first phase of Cresswind, a subdivision of 600 age-restricted homes planned for the east shore of Lake Winnemissett in DeLand, is allowed to innovate. The city commission unanimously approved on Nov. 15 the preliminary flat for the first phase of the neighborhood, which will include 155 single-family homes on …

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Metal-eating bacteria could clean up mining waste

A unique metal-eating microorganism ate a fingernail in just three days. Now they could be given a huge mission: to clean up mining waste. In addition, the bacteria have another talent: they can make a by-product that helps to extract copper. This means that the microorganism could help to prevent …

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Seahawks CB Tre Brown hit it off with Packers and Aaron Rodgers

I’m not going to waste time at all. Tre Brown played every LCB snap against the Green Bay Packers and Aaron Rodgers was 8 of 13 for 36 yards to his right. Less than three meters per attempt. Brown kicked the green and gold ass. The Seattle Seahawks rookie corner …

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Tufts Dining Reintroduces Reusable Take-Out Container Program and Suspends Dining2GO

Tufts Dining reimplemented its reusable take-out container program on November 1, which had first been spear in 2019 in the Carmichael and Dewick-MacPhie food centers , and discontinued Dining2GO due to low attendance. BThese programs allow students to eat outside of mess halls while reducing food waste, said Patti Klos, …

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How Cerebra Green started a renovation revolution

This article was sponsored by Cerebra Green An an old laptop, a phone with a broken screen, or even headphones and chargers, every time we toss electronic items like these in the trash, a mountain of e-waste is created. A 2017 report from the Global E-Waste Monitor confirms that this …

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Scraps of food to be composted via a personal pedal in Twizel

A woman in South Canterbury offers a practical pedal-powered alternative to the lack of curbside compost collection. Twizel resident Coraline Scully started the Compost-Bike, a household food waste collection service in the Town of Mackenzie District, bringing the leftovers back to her garden to create compost before making the resulting …

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Let’s Go Free Green Waste In Bass and South Gippy

Residents who intend to drop off green waste at the landfill should separate a range of weeds, including blackberry, that are not allowed in your green waste pile. Winter and spring were wet so there was a lot of vegetation around our homes and properties. But, in two months, this …

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