All of us know that using rechargeable batteries is much cheaper in the long run and much better for the environment. But we also know the daily problem:
By DIANE JOYCE – The Dominion Post, 27-04-2010 Hastings District Council has been illegally dumping stormwater into streams and drains for 10 years. This is despite Hawke's Bay Regional Council's demands that it reapply for expired resource consents. Meanwhile, illegal dumping of toxic waste flushed down stormwater systems has killed eels, sometimes by the hundred.…Details
From Mercola, extracted from NEXUS Magazine, Volume 2, #25 (April-May ’95). Originally printed from the April 1994 edition of Acres, USA. Back in May of 1989, after Tom Valentine first moved to St Paul, Minnesota, he heard on the car radio a short announcement that bolted him upright in the driver’s seat. The announcement was…Details
Mercola, by Anthony Wayne and Lawrence Newell Is it possible that millions of people are ignorantly sacrificing their health in exchange for the convenience of microwave ovens? Why did the Soviet Union ban the use of microwave ovens in 1976? Who invented microwave ovens, and why? The answers to these questions may shock you into…Details
PCC Sound Consumer, by Trudy Bialic, editor, January 2006 (January 2006) — For convenience, few kitchen tools can compare to the microwave oven. An estimated 90 percent of American households have one and most of us have used a microwave to reheat leftovers. From time to time, we at PCC get calls from individuals asking…Details
Via Treehugger, 24/02/2010 With the US Airforce announcing that cost-competitive algae jet fuel may be just months away, greener flying is looking less and less like pie in the sky. Despite seeing its profits squeezed by Eurostar and high oil prices, British Airways has been pushing ahead with its own plans for sustainable jet…Details
I recently stubled across my first bottle of PLA filled with NZ water. It stated Ingeo on a label.