ReCommunity, a recycling and recovery company that works with communities throughout Michigan, announced on Monday’s Earth Day holiday the overall impact of its recycling efforts for 2012.
Festivals, activities and volunteer opportunities are just a sampling of the events that are occurring throughout the Metro Detroit region to celebrate Earth Day.
Billhighway, the cloud-based financial management provider for nonprofits, has established a ‘b-greener’ campaign leading up to Earth Day April 22.
Have you ever wondered where your recyclables go after they are picked up at the curb? On April 20, residents of the Resource Recovery and Recycling Authority of Southwest Oakland County communities will be able to see first-hand.
One of the planet’s largest Earth Day events, the Michigan Earth Day Fest, returns to downtown Rochester April 26-28, after a three-year hiatus. The 2010 event drew more than 50,000.
Secure-24 Inc., the provider of managed IT operations, hosting and application outsourcing, is celebrating Earth Day 2012 through two green events in metro Detroit, continuing a commitment to reducing its CO2 footprint.
With Earth Day approaching, a public health nonprofit group is trying to call attention to a huge litter problem: cigarette butts.
Some Bloomfield Hills students are honoring Earth Day in advance with an attempt to reduce the amount of trash they generate.
Ford Motor Co. is “charging” into Earth Day by launching new initiatives that encourage people to take a more sustainable approach in life year-round with a national electrified vehicle education program, multi-city tour, and the debut of a 10-film, short documentary series with SHFT.com, an award-winning sustainability lifestyle platform.