Environmental Impact

Riding a bike is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint

How can one person make a difference for the environment?  How do you measure your carbon footprint?  How come baby Albatrosses are dying on remote, uninhabited islands in the Pacific Northwest?  Here you’ll find a reality check and a way to connect the dots — making the case that we are all really a part of ONE planet. Only one!

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Pump Up Your MPG

03.26.14

Beth Gorman, Senior Program Manager, Pima County Department of Environmental Quality (PDEQ) – PDEQ has launched a new Tire Inflation Education Program to encourage you…

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03.03.14
Tucson Streetcar’s Route to Success

There is quite a bit of buzz – and some strong opinions – about Tucson’s new Sun Link streetcar. Lots of criticism and jokes, lots of turf and business battles, and lots of time actually bringing the Streetcar from dream to reality. So what do I think? Bring it on!

01.21.14
Wanna Pull Some Weed?

In the vast sea of blogs that are published just about every minute, every blogger works for the title that grabs.  Hope this one did because learning about this “weed” really matters.  It’s an invasive species – which is just as bad as it sounds. It spreads quickly. It’s highly flammable (translation: HUGE fire risk.)  And […]

12.16.13
Do Zombies Carpool?

I believe it’s pretty safe to say that every human being (at least of the adult kind) uses the beginning of the New Year as a time to reflect, recommit and restart.  For me, it’s exciting to think about how I can help our Mrs. Green’s World partners spread the word about things they are committed […]

11.19.13
It’s Just a Little Bit of Grease, Right?

Wrong!  Here’s the skinny on why you don’t want to throw grease down your drain EVER.  In other words, you do NOT want the Grease Monster to get you. 1. It could clog your pipes 2. It could cause costly repair bills 3. It could cause RAW sewage to back up into your home.  (This […]

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Three Things About EDG

1. EDG is a recognized INDUSTRY leader providing innovative, environmentally conscious and sustainable solutions to their clients to assist them with commercial and industrial facilities maintenance since 1998.
2. EDG Fuels works with southwest regional power companies, commercial customers and fleets who choose to promote the use of biodiesel for vehicle fuel and for power production. The less foreign oil we use, the happier they are!
3. EDG has another EDG: Enjoy Dining Green! This EDG works with community businesses to help them with the recycling of their used cooking oil. As part of that, they offer free oil collection service, free oil collection containers, and discounts on some of their other great “stop our dependency on foreign oil” services. What’s not to love?

 
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