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Green Office Supplies: Recycled Binders, Presentation Folders and Sustainable Products

Green Office Supplies: Recycled Binders, Presentation Folders and Sustainable Products

ACLS, BLS, CPR Recertification Online | Certification and Renewal Training Course for Healthcare Providers Plastic Bottles That Are Not Safe - Toxins in Water Bottles, Baby Bottles Number 7 PlasticsMiscellaneous Found in: Baby bottles, three- and five-gallon water bottles, certain food containers A wide range of plastic resins that don't fit into the other six categories are lumped into number 7. Some are quite safe, but the ones to worry about are the hard polycarbonate varieties, as found in various drinking containers (like Nalgene bottles) and rigid plastic baby bottles. Why? Why not play it safe and swap out those hard plastic baby and water bottles for Number 1, 5 or corn-based plastics, or even shatter-resistant glass?

Earth friendly CD cases September 13th, 2007 | Filed under eco news My eldest daughter stepped into my office today announcing, “here’s something you’ll find interesting!”. In her hand she held a Motley Crue CD. On the front of the CD case was a sticker stating “music that won’t cost the earth” wrapped around a recycling logo. What a great idea! I went and checked out the PaperFoam company – impressive stuff! The Utrecht University/Copernicus Institute executed a shortcut-LCA (Life cycle assessment) study to analyse the NRUE (non-renewable use of energy), REU (renewable use of energy) and GHG (greenhouse gas) emissions of a PaperFoam CD case. NREU• PaperFoam: 0.83 MJ / CD-case• Jewelpack: 7.67 MJ / CD-case• Digipack: 3.32 MJ / CD-case REU• PaperFoam: 0.36 MJ / CD-case• Jewelpack: 0.16 MJ / CD-case• Digipack: 0.14 MJ / CD-case GHG emissions• PaperFoam: 0.03 kg CO2-eq / CD-case• Jewelpack: 0.27 kg CO2-eq / CD-case• Digipack: 0.12 kg CO2-eq / CD-case Michael Bloch Green Living Tips.comArticle reproduction guidelines

CPA Review | CPA Exam Review - Yeager CPA Review - 88% Pass Rate Recycling Symbols on Plastics - What Do Recycling Codes on Plastics Mean Sometimes it seems like modern America is one colossal plastic palace. The versatile material is in our cars, toys, packaging, clothing, home goods, food utensils, medical devices and so much more. It is also littering our streets, clogging our waterways and choking marine life. Many plastics can be readily recycled, but how do consumers make sense of all the different types and rules? Number 1 PlasticsPET or PETE (polyethylene terephthalate) Found in: Soft drink, water and beer bottles; mouthwash bottles; peanut butter containers; salad dressing and vegetable oil containers; ovenable food trays.Recycling: Picked up through most curbside recycling programs.Recycled into: Polar fleece, fiber, tote bags, furniture, carpet, paneling, straps, (occasionally) new containers PET plastic is the most common for single-use bottled beverages, because it is inexpensive, lightweight and easy to recycle.

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