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Molly Brooks

Hazardous Waste Disposal

Garage clean-out time has arrived! Items like paint, fertilizers, and cleaners need to be disposed of properly, which means never putting them in your trash, sink, or toilet. When household hazardous waste (HHW) ends up in the landfill, they can leac Continue Reading...

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The Effects of Styrofoam

One of the most commonly used to-go container and packaging material is Styrofoam. Although this product is inexpensive, lightweight, and easy to use, it causes detrimental effects on our environment. Styrofoam is made of polystyrene, which is compri Continue Reading...

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Car Wash or Hose?

What is the most eco-responsible way to wash your car? It depends. If your commitment to the hose involves a bucket, sponge, elbow grease and biodegradable soap, then the hose may win. If not, then your local carwash wins the draw. Read on for inform Continue Reading...

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A Sustainable Windy Ridge

The Bill White Restaurant Group opened the Windy Ridge Café in 2002. Known for Its comfort food and relaxed ambiance, Windy Ridge Café is a Parkite favorite that is beloved by many and here might be some of the reasons why: Windy Ridge C Continue Reading...

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Sustainable Air Travel

Airplane travel comes with a hefty carbon footprint. Today’s volume of air travel is not keeping up with aircraft innovations such as biofuel blends, fuel efficiency and weight reduction, improved design, routing, or even emission regulation. However Continue Reading...

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The MARC, Mindfully Green

Park City’s Municipal Athletic and Recreation Center (PC MARC) evolved after the city purchased the privately owned Racquet Club in 1987. After an extensive renovation in 2011, the state-of-art facility officially became the PC MARC. Not only does th Continue Reading...

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Eco-Friendly Cleaning

We are constantly cleaning up after ourselves. And sometimes we are not using the greenest alternatives to do so! We clean our dishes and clothes with soaps that do not always contain natural ingredients, but rather have harmful chemicals in them. Th Continue Reading...

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