Cleaning up wastewater from coffee processing not only prevents water pollution, but also creates biogas that would otherwise be emitted as methane.
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Sustainability Blues, a discussion of the world water crisis at the Further with Ford conference, focused on water issues for communities & businesses.
DIGDEEP’s Four Liter Challenge event aims to help Americans recognize the reality of water scarcity in the developing world, and in our own communities.
Smart home technology often seems like something out of The Jetsons – but it’s a fast growing industry, with equipment that can control all elements of daily living. Modern seniors are looking to age in place and reduce their environmental impact. Let’s explore the smart home technologies that make aging in place easier – and greener – […]
Need a business storage solution? Make sure you’re not paying for anything that you don’t need, or for wastes of resources.
Looking for a business conference location that’s comfortable, amenable, and green? These five venues are among the most sustainable in North America.
While an eco-friendly dishwasher is already a bit of a redundancy, the model you choose & the way you run it can save even more energy & water.
We’re doing something we don’t do much here at sustainablog: hosting a giveaway of the Tap-N-Flush dual flush converter that the company sent me.
An environmentally sustainable lifestyle is pretty human friendly: not only do we all need clean air, water, and soil to survive, but being mindful of our consumption of resources provides opportunities for economic independence.
Got a low-flush toilet in your home? Probably – they were introduced in the early ’90s, and later mandated for all new installations. So, you’re saving water when you’re flushing… but what if you’ve got a leaking toilet? Yeah, low-flush doesn’t make much of a difference there… and, collectively, the US loses over a trillion […]
My own initial reaction to the chemical spill in West Virginia’s Elk River was likely similar to many others not in the area: “That’s terrible… I’m sure they’ll take care of it.” More specifically, that was my “individual person who feels powerless to help” response. My environmental blogger response was probably more along the line […]
If you’ve ever come home from work in the summer and found your lovely garden wilted, this DIY drip irrigation system might be just the thing for you. Best of all, it costs less than $10. There are a lot of drip irrigation systems on the market today…
Need some pointers on how to cut electricity, water, and/or gas use? Identify the toxins in your home? Label food products that contain GMOs? You don’t have to look far: green living tips have become standard content throughout the sustainable blogosphere (including here at sustainablog). Of course, you actually have to implement these tips to […]