Compost Yourself to Riches
Created 6/7/2010 8:25:45 AM 
The average American family produces more than 500 pounds of leftover organic material every year; composting not only keeps that waste out of methane-generating landfills, it also produces nutrient-rich, fertile, natural soil. Composting may be the right thing to do for the environment, but it can be hard to get around the smell and the mess—particularly for urbanites without expansive yards.
Is There a Market for Recyclable Paper Bottles?
Created 12/5/2008 8:04:44 AM 
Selling billions of gallons of water in everlasting plastic bottles to people that already have access to clean water is turning our planet into a gigantic garbage dump. 60 million plastic bottles are thrown away each day in the USA alone. Only 14% actually get recycled, meaning 86% become garbage roaming our planet or cluttering landfills. It will take 700 years to begin composting, 24 million gallons of oil are needed to produce a billion plastic bottles, bottling and shipping water is the least energy efficient method ever used to supply the liquid, and it is the second most popular beverage in the United States.
Garbage In...Compost Out
Created 12/4/2007 7:16:53 AM 
A home composting appliance that recycles food and paper waste into rich, organic compost fertilizer without any smell or mess. This computer-controlled machine is fully automatic and can be used right where waste is generated. NatureMill, which was developed by Russ Cohn, from San Francisco CA, is small enough to sit in the corner of a kitchen, utility room, garage or shed.
The Biggest Trash Compactor in the World
Created 9/24/2007 7:33:45 AM 
Our planet is running out of landfill space and some countries now have to export their garbage because they don’t have any place to put it. With millions of tons of waste generated daily, the problem is only getting worse. PowerMaster's ReCyclone technology turns garbage into fuel, fertilizer, compost, and recyclable materials.


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