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Balloons. Caps and Gowns. Greeting cards. Confetti. So much of what we associate with graduation, whether it be from high school, college, or kindergarten, is single-use. In fact, an orgazation called Greener Grads estimates that an estimated 80-100 million caps and gowns are currently sitting in landfills—enough to fill 25,000 garbage trucks!Read More
4/29/2015 11:06 AM By Mary Shea Sustainable Living,

Clutter does not just take up space in our closets but deflates our confidence in keeping our lives organized.  I say take charge and let’s reclaim our space!

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4/28/2015 1:18 PM By Kristina Healthy Living and Home, Guides, How To's,

Here are few ideas to create your very own DIY planter boxes and containers using what you probably already have in your home. Rather than recycling a soda bottle or two, or taking a used pair of shoes to your local thrift store, grab some dirt and some seeds and fill 'em on up!

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2/25/2015 2:06 PM By Mary Shea How To's,

Author Bio: Cheryl B. is a freelance writer and activist who loves finding simple ways her family in Michigan can be smart about their waste. She has also researched which car insurance companies are the most environmentally friendly.

Gift giving is big business in the U.S. and requires tons of paper gift wrap annually.

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12/22/2014 1:28 PM By Sarah How To's,


The Waste of Leftover Halloween Candy
Now that Halloween has come and gone, you’ve probably discovered that you or your family have made away with quite the Halloween candy haul. But whether or not you’ve already devoured the majority of, the question is what to do with all those leftover candy wrappers.

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11/7/2014 3:59 PM By Brynne Eco Tips,

The Philadelphia Inquirer reports: "Along with the reusable water bottle and the swirly compact fluorescent lightbulb, the reusable bag has become an emblem of the environmental movement. As such, it will no doubt be a major giveaway at Earth Day events across the nation."

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4/13/2014 10:14 AM By Sarah Sustainable Living, Product Materials & Info,
According to the Sierra Club, most families spend $85 a year on plastic baggies. As convenient as they are—and we’ve all used them—that’s basically like scattering 85 singles into the wind. A reusable snack bag, on the other hand has the potential to replace an average of 1,000 disposable plastic bags over its lifetime—saving water, petroleum and natural gas, and reducing exposure to toxins.Read More
4/5/2014 1:51 PM By Brynne Product Materials & Info,
When I first started at this company, about a year and a half ago, one of my first responsibilities was to answer our customer's product questions. It's smart training - we have over 700 reusables and answering upwards of 50 questions about them per day is the best way to learn about each and every one of them.Read More
4/4/2014 4:05 PM By Sarah Eco Tips, How To's,


If you’re anything like me, you can go into a sheer frenzy over “sales” and “low prices." Who doesn’t like a bargain? Unfortunately, I believe that our understanding of the true cost of a product has been skewed. Often, products are manufactured abroad, with low wages and low labor standards.

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2/19/2014 4:14 PM By Monica Product Materials & Info,
Don't get me wrong, I love the Fair Trade organic coffee we buy in bulk and grind fresh daily in the office kitchen. In fact, I am not ready to start my day at Reuseit without it. But once a week—usually Wednesday or Thursday when I start to run out of steam—I head to Starbucks for a pick-me-up.Read More
1/30/2014 11:51 AM By Sarah How To's,
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