Beginning this December, the Resource Recovery and Recycling Authority of Southwest Oakland County will collect burned out holiday lights for recycling at the RRRASOC recycling drop-off center at 20000 W. Eight Mile Road in Southfield.
It’s “Go Green Week” in the Detroit Public Schools and the district is unveiling a number of energy-saving practices.
Consumers Energy customers can do more than think about saving electricity and natural gas during October’s Energy Awareness Month. They can save money, and get a larger-than-normal incentive check, if they act now on the utility’s offer to pay them to recycle old refrigerators and freezers.
Starting this week, about 5,000 households on the city’s northwest side will join the 24,000 homes that already have their recycling picked up.
Welding was what got Joseph Lombardi to Burning Man the first time, but it was recycling that has kept him going back.
Beaumont Health System is only one of two organizations in Michigan and the only health system in southeast Michigan to participate in all six challenges offered as part of the Healthier Hospitals Initiative.
Scrapyards by nature aren’t really pretty places. But when you hear Norbert Wierszewski talk about his ReNu Recycling in Redford Township, it’s a paradise of green technology.
A single plastic bag of household garbage represents more trash going to a landfill than 100 General Motors facilities combined.
Thousands of people converged on Plymouth to learn more about composting and recycling at the Green Street Fair.
Try one or more of these kids’ arts and crafts classes in Detroit, which combine fun, entertainment, education and physical and emotional development.