Starbucks Reducing Trash with $1 Reusable Plastic Cup


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Plastic wrap vs. reusable containers

Green Living Tips

What is more environmentally friendly - using plastic wrap or reusable plastic containers? Like so many aspects of going green, the answer depends on a number of factors

2010 208

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A Day in the Life of … the Paper Bag

Green Home Blog

One of the biggest and potentially most eco-friendly choices we can make is when the sales clerk asks us whether we want paper or plastic. What many don’t know is that the carbon footprint of paper bags isn’t that much better than plastic. A Day in the Life of … the Paper Bag.

2013 174

Bioplastics and biodegradable packaging

Green (Living) Review

Plastic packaging is all over the media at the moment and that in an incredibly negative light. Consumers have growing concerns about how plastic packaging is managed at end of life, and are worried about leakage into the ocean. Not all plastic is bad.

2018 144

Fighting fire with fire or, in this case, plastic with plastic

Green (Living) Review

Forget bio-based bottles, one Dutch designer believes we should fight plastic with plastic. by Michael Smith (Veshengro) Have you ever wondered what it takes to produce just one plastic bottle? Fight plastic with plastic.

2017 144

Wary Water Drinkers Worship Glass


A lot of consumers are still wary of the potential hazards that come with reusable plastic water bottles. Phthalates , or plastic softeners, are also used in some food packaging products.

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Recycling #5 Plastics

Green Earth Journey

We've heard from several of you asking how to recycle number 5 plastics, like yogurt and cottage cheese containers and other stackable plastics. The company is looking for the #5 plastic. A reader sent in a link to this article from our local news channel.

2009 130

Reusing plastic utensils in the garden

Green (Living) Review

Reusing plastic utensils (flatware) in the garden (and elsewhere) by Michael Smith (Veshengro) Don't toss those plastic knives, forks and spoons. These days people are looking to be more environmentally conscious, which means using reusable utensils instead of plastic ones.

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France aims to ban plastic cups, plates and cutlery

Green (Living) Review

But the proposed ban is not without controversy by Michael Smith (Veshengro) France's latest efforts to reduce pollution, especially in the form of plastic waste, will also affect picnickers in parks and countryside. It follows a ban on plastic bags, in place since July.

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Happy Birthday KeepCup

Green (Living) Review

In just those two years so far that they have been in existence Keep Cup estimates that 300 million disposables have been diverted from landfill by use of the reusable plastic cup that is KeepCup – well done to all you Keepers!

2011 173

When green jobs are negative

Environmental Economics

Paper bags and more robust, reusable plastic bags will be available for 10 cents, with the goal of forcing shoppers to remember their canvas bags. The case against plastic shopping bags is simple and, with more than 150 communities across the country embracing some kind of anti-bag laws, increasingly familiar. Plastic bags are used once or twice but can last up to a millennium. The new mayor, Bill de Blasio, has expressed support for a ban on plastic bags.

Introducing Ohyo – the collapsabottle with a spout

Green (Living) Review

Designed and made in Britain, the collapsible Aquatina bottle was created using toxin free plastic 1 and was put forward as a reusable and safer alternative to disposable plastic bottles, which have attracted criticism for their potentially harmful effects and poor environmental record.

2012 140

Serious Effects of Plastic Pollution on Human Health


the mantra of “plastic is fantastic” shaped our environment to the extent that today plastic really is all around us. Materials that do not readily look like plastic include plastic polymers or resins like Styrofoam and food can liners. Plastic toxicity for human body.

2018 87

Responsible Medical Supplies on the Rise

Eco Friendly Daily

Hospitals have a reputation for using tremendous amounts plastic, mostly for sanitation reason in IV bags and tubing during transfusions, surgeries, and treatments.

Recycled Polyester: Textile Test Series Investigates An Imperfect Ecofashion Hero

Eco Chic

Your favorite sneakers, t-shirts, and underwear might just be made of recycled plastic bottles. Recycled polyester is a revolutionary approach to wrangling with the waste of discarded plastic bottles. After plastics are collected from various recycling centers, they are sold and sorted.