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Easier Ways You Can Reduce Waste Today

Ever thought you should be doing more to reduce, reuse and recycle, but feel overwhelmed by where to start? We hear you. In this episode of 'Welcome To Adulthood,' host Kait Howell shows us some simple ways to cut down on waste. It's as easy as passing up samples and bringing your own cutlery. 'Cause hey, you're an adult now.
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Celebs That Embrace An Eco-Friendly Lifestyle

The environmental initiatives Leonardo di Caprio has spearheaded arguably makes him the greenest celebrity around, but he's not the only eco-friendly starlet giving the Earth a helping hand. Many stars endeavour to spread eco-awareness, whether it means starting a charitable organization of their own, putting renewable energy to everyday use, going vegan, or recycling.
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Salvage Yards: No Shame Reclaim

One future. So let's make the best of it, huh? We've long since championed this mantra and, whilst appreciative of regular Canadian furniture outlets, we reserve space in our creative veins for reclamation outlets and salvage yards. Aye, we love to mix past and present.
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Nanaimo Garbage Incinerator Would Spew Toxic Materials

A massive waste-to-energy garbage incinerator is being proposed for Nanaimo, population 88,000, to burn Metro Vancouver's garbage. It would be located on a site roughly 50 kilometres south of downtown Nanaimo, but prevailing winds would rain toxic material all over a town that breathes air rated by the World Health Organization as among the cleanest on earth.