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Does Crayola Recycle Markers for Free? – snopes.com


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Does Crayola Recycle Markers for Free?
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… roll out the program to include home schools, daycares and preschools in the future.” The ColorCycle program was launched in August 2013 as a partnership with JBI, Inc. The idea is to convert the used markers, which are not easily recycled, into

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Declutter your home…for free! Free shredding, recycling services offered – ABC15 Arizona


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Declutter your home…for free! Free shredding, recycling services offered
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Keep Phoenix Beautiful is holding the event near the AMC Theatres and they are collecting everything from old magazines to broken costume jewelry to batteries and the list goes on and on. While electronics, batteries and paper will be recycled, books

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Declutter your home…for free! Free shredding, recycling services offered – ABC15 Arizona


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Declutter your home…for free! Free shredding, recycling services offered
ABC15 Arizona
Keep Phoenix Beautiful is holding the event near the AMC Theatres and they are collecting everything from old magazines to broken costume jewelry to batteries and the list goes on and on. While electronics, batteries and paper will be recycled, books

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Chile gives away free electricity, reflecting global struggle toward sustainability – Christian Science Monitor


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Chile gives away free electricity, reflecting global struggle toward sustainability
Christian Science Monitor
As Chile grapples with some unique circumstances, the struggle also reflects a broader trend across the globe, as governments, citizens and companies alike seek a sustainable path toward cleaner energy. Recommended: Five hopeful signs global energy is …

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Dem AG Targets 90 Conservative Groups in Climate Change Racketeering Suit – Washington Free Beacon


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Dem AG Targets 90 Conservative Groups in Climate Change Racketeering Suit
Washington Free Beacon
The attorney general of the U.S. Virgin Islands is targeting dozens of conservative and libertarian organizations in a racketeering lawsuit against climate change skeptics that has been widely described as an effort to silence political opponents. In a
Virgin Islands AG subpoenas Exxon communications in climatechange probeWashington Times


Exxon, Chevron Under Climate Change Scrutiny in NorwayOilPrice.com

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Scientists claim reverse photosynthesis could provide pollution free energy – Daily Mail


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Scientists claim reverse photosynthesis could provide pollution free energy
Daily Mail
A natural process used by fungi could soon be a 'game changer' in reducing industrial pollution. Discovered by researchers at the University of Copenhagen, the process known as 'reverse photosynthesis' uses the sun's energy to break down plant biomass …

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Wayne County Commission opposing more refinery pollution – Detroit Free Press


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Wayne County Commission opposing more refinery pollution
Detroit Free Press
The Wayne County Commission has added its voice to those hoping to prevent Detroit's Marathon Petroleum Refinery from polluting any more than currently allowed. Wayne County Commissioner Raymond Basham, D-Taylor, cited concerns about the health …
County Commission opposes relaxed air pollution permits for Marathon refineryDearborn Press and Guide



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