Egg consumption in the United States has increased by 16% in the last 20 years, fueling the egg industry to produce 99.1 billion eggs per year.
When I was younger, my parents taught me that once medication expires, you either throw it in the trash or flush it down the toilet.
It could be argued that one of the most largely overlooked renewable resources available to us is wood.
It comes as no surprise that greasy, cheesy, mouthwatering pizza is one of the most popular foods in America.
We’ve all been there. You’re cleaning up from last night’s pizza dinner and want to get rid of the box, but first you pause to contemplate where it goes.
We all know the excitement that arises when a long-awaited package arrives at our front door.
If you grew up in the 1980s, 1990s or early 2000s, you probably have a huge collection of CDs and DVDs in a closet somewhere that you just don’t know what to do with.
If you’re the kind of person who always strives to make eco-friendly choices in life (and if you’re reading our blog, you probably are!), then you know how difficult and overwhelming recycling can be, especially when it comes to certain items.
Ideally none of our garbage would end up in a landfill, incinerator or body of water, but there are some materials that really shouldn’t be there.
Recycling is something I’ve done since I was little.