Nov 12, 2019Haleigh Cavalier
We all try our best to recycle, but it’s not always easy! Reading the labels on plastics can be like deciphering a different language. Although we try to do our best, recycling in America is still a work in progress. Of the 300 million tons of plastic produced...
Jul 2, 2019Karen Wang, PhD
Good question! Our graphic breaks it down for you! There’s also a detailed article in the link in bio . . . .
Jul 1, 2019Emma Zang-Schwartz, MPH
No matter where you live, sustainability is becoming a hot topic. It might be a friendly reminder sign to bring your reusable bag to the grocery store, a city government conversation about not using straws, or it could run as deep as cities committing to be zero waste...
Mar 27, 2019Karen Wang, PhD
Knowing what to do with old electronics can feel super confusing sometimes. If properly disposed or recycled, the metals in electronic waste can be salvaged and reclaimed. Yay for recycling ♻️! However, e-waste can contain nasty toxics that can harm human health. If...
Nov 15, 2018Karen Wang, PhD
Well, now you do. And, to make it even easier, we created a quick cheat sheet for you that explains what each type of plastic means and if it is safe to reuse or not.