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Tag Archive: biodegradable

Jan 23

How Science Is Improving Our Impact on the Environment

It is undisputed that technology has contributed to the degradation of the environment. For example, the mining of coal strips the land of natural ecosystems, such as forests. The use of coal and oil for energy and transportation leads to depletion of resources, pollution, and global warming. Inefficient agricultural use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides …

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Sep 12

Product Review: The Konjac Sponge

I’m a guy who likes a clean face and who has a history of exfoliating (and isn’t afraid to admit it) my face. I had never used a sponge of any kind to clean my face before so I was interested when The Konjac Sponge Company sent me a sponge to review. They sent me the …

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Jun 28

Product Review: reuseit™ Biodegradable Garbage Bags

reuseit bags

The good people at reuseit™ sent me samples of their product line of biodegradable garbage bags made from 100% recycled plastic. I looked forward to reviewing their products after learning more about them. They are made in the USA from recycled plastic collected from Chicago. Their plastic trash bags are infused with a natural additive …

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Jun 30

Mutt Mitt®, the Pet Pollution Solution, is Made in Rabbit Hash, Kentucky

Rabbit Hash

I found a book titled Weird Kentucky a few months ago and I was intrigued. I mean, I’m weird and I’ve lived in Kentucky my entire life so I had to read this book. There were many interesting stories, legends and facts about Kentucky. One of the most interesting items in the book is a …

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