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Entries from May 2008

Recycle Your Computer – Our Only Option

May 26th, 2008 · 3 Comments

This article explains how to recycle computer and other electronic wastes. Just follow the following steps. Computers and other electronic gadgets play a vital role in almost every American’s life in the 21st century. Seemingly, every part of our lives is inextricably connected to an electronic device. We are enamored with these electronic products completely and the […]

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Tags: Computer Recycling

Bisphenol A Controversy – A Deadly Illusion?

May 15th, 2008 · 2 Comments

This article is all about Bisphenol A controversy a deadly illusion. Bisphenol A is synthetic chemical used in the manufacture of polycarbonate plastic. While doing my homework on polycarbonate plastic and plastic recycling, I came across several online discussions about Bisphenol A or BPA. There has been a lot of concern about this chemical in recent […]

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Tags: Plastic Recycling

Recycling Facts

May 14th, 2008 · 14 Comments

In this article we will be explaining about general recycling facts, recycling cell phones, recycling E-waste, metal, paper, plastic etc. Recycling facts are often presented to provide accurate information about recycling and to encourage people to take action. Looking at these recycling statistics, we know that our individual act is contributing to the entire effort to recycle, […]

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Tags: Cell Phone Recycling

Cell Phone Recycling and Gorillas – The Hidden Connection

May 11th, 2008 · 12 Comments

This article explains the connection between cell phone recycling and Gorillas the hidden connection.  Like many people, I never thought there is a connection between cell phone recycling and endangered African  gorillas. When I started doing research on the dangerous chemicals found in cell phones , I came across this little known connection between the […]

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Pacific Grove, CA Bans Polystyrene Packaging

May 9th, 2008 · 2 Comments

Pacific Grove CA bans polystyrene packaging used in restaurant and food packaging services in the city. Pacific Grove, California, the city in Monterrey County famous for its breathtaking sceneries and for a renowned literary great who lived there, has joined the ranks of other US cities in banning polystyrene used in the restaurant and food […]

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Tags: Plastic Recycling

Cell Phone Recycling – “The Secret Life of Cell Phones”

May 8th, 2008 · 3 Comments

This article is all about explaining Cell phone recycling The secret life of Cell phones. This video was presented by InformInc. Cell phone recycling grabbed headlines last year when the environmental group Greenpeace released a report detailing the presence of harmful chemicals like brominated flame retardants (BFRs) and polyvinyl chloride (PVC, plastics symbol no. 3) in […]

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Free Recycle – Recycling Initiative At Its Best

May 7th, 2008 · 1 Comment

This article explains about free recycle recycling initiative at its best. All about free recycling groups. If you’ve ever been involved in recycling, I’m pretty sure you’ve come across a free recycle group in your community or you’re a member of one already. Based on communication and totally-free sharing of recyclable goods, the concept of […]

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Recycling Symbols

May 5th, 2008 · 15 Comments

This article explains about various recycling symbols and their meaning. Do you get confused with recycling symbols? I do, sometimes. As the recycling and environmental trend continue to grow, so do the proliferation of different recycling symbols in the products and packaging that we use everyday. Not all recycling symbols are designed for the consumers’ […]

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Cell Phone Recycling and Cleft Palates

May 4th, 2008 · 3 Comments

Cell phone recycling and cleft palates, is there a connection? I was reading over the weekend this article in the Contra Costa Times about a group of elementary school students who partnered with PaceButler Corporation in a current charity fund drive. The Student council at the Parkmead Elementary School (460 students, 24 teachers) in Contra […]

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Tags: Cell Phone Recycling