Category Archives: waste management

“Local hazards grow as Americans trash more”

From Bloomberg, and Jacqueline Davalos, 27th February 2021: (h/t to the South Shore Recycling Cooperative and its fabulous newsletters. This is from their March 2021 issue.)

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CO2 = garbage

CO2 is garbage, not “plant food”. It is recycled by photosynthesis using renewable solar energy. From Eli. And it’s something with which I heartily agree! Plants do not `eat food`. If they did, they wouldn’t be plants. Moreover, any experiment … Continue reading

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