Talking About Preventing and Reversing Environmental Damage
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Talking About Preventing and Reversing Environmental Damage

Hello, my name is Vanessa. I would like to welcome you to my site about the environment. Growing up, I lived along a beautiful river full of jumping fish. The birds flew overhead, ready to catch their next meal in their talons. I watched as the wildlife lived in relative harmony along the riverbed. Unfortunately, as I reached my adult year, the river’s water quality and wildlife populations started to decline. Pollution was cited as the cause, which broke my heart. I will use this site to explore the way societies are damaging the world around them and propose solutions to solve this problem. Thanks.


Talking About Preventing and Reversing Environmental Damage

  • Treasure In The Trash: Items You Might Be Throwing Away That Can Actually Be Recycled

    19 July 2016

    When you think of recycling, you probably think of paper, empty drink cans, or cardboard boxes. However, plenty of "trash" still makes it to the landfill even though it is recyclable or reusable. Here are some things your might have been throwing away that you can actually send to greener pastures.  Packing Materials Styrofoam is often not acceptable in your normal curbside recycling bin, but some packing stores will take used packing peanuts, box fillers, or foam rectangles and repurpose them for new packages.

  • Tips For Septic System Care

    1 June 2016

    Your home's septic system depends on a balance of incoming wastewater, necessary bacteria, and outgoing water flow into the drain field. If anything in this cycle isn't working properly, it can cause blocked drains, system backups, and the potential for contaminated soil in your yard. If you're new to having a septic system, you might not understand how to take proper care of it. Here are a few things you should keep in mind.

  • Signs Your Septic Tank Needs To Be Pumped Right Now

    29 May 2016

    Deciding how often to have your septic tank pumped is not an exact science.Experts recommend having the tank pumped every three years or so, but every home is different—and the way every homeowner uses their tank is different—so there may be times when your tank really needs to be pumped before you've planned to have it pumped. Watch out for these signs that your tank needs to be pumped right away.