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Residential Green Energy Solutions Today’s society has become increasingly eco-conscious. As we further develop an even stronger commitment to protecting the environment, green technology has expanded, diversified and flourished.  While the initial energy efficiency focus was on larger commercial and industrial systems, residential energy use has also received much attention.  Today, we should all avoid

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Sustainability Initiatives of the United States Historically, industrialization and land development were viewed as the engines of prosperity with little, to no regard for impacts to our environment.  The 1960’s ushered in a counterculture movement that challenged social norms, including the way business was conducted.  The movement spawned an environmental revolution first embodied in law

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Renovation Waste

Image via Pixabay How to Dispose of Construction and Renovation Waste When it comes to home renovations and projects, many things typically come to mind. While your main focus is on the new design to achieve your dream home, you also need to remember that your project is going to generate a lot of material

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Electronic Waste

Image via Pixabay Easy Ways to Properly Manage of E-Waste Electronic waste – sometimes referred to as “e-waste” – is generated more often now in larger quantities than ever before, thanks to the constant desire to stay on top of ever-changing technology trends that seem to be updated by the minute. Defined by electronic devices

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The amount of scrap materials the United States recycles every year, roughly 150 million metric tons, is truly astounding. These include millions of tons of iron, steel, aluminum, copper, stainless steel, lead and zinc. There also are other metals recycled, just not as much that include chrome, brass, bronze, magnesium and tin. Below we will

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