Christmas is over, but the 12 Days of Wastefulness is at it’s peak. Why? Because now that the festivities have ended, most of the dinner
It’s Christmas Day! Images of children running down the stairs to a tree adorned with presents, ripping through tape and paper and ribbon while piles
We’re almost to the end, and today’s topic couldn’t be more important. Christmas Lights: one of the most overlooked waste contributors of the Christmas season.
Christmas decorations? Reuse, reuse, reuse! Save those bows, ribbons, and gently used wrapping paper and make them last as long as you can! THEN buy
Day 7 on the 12 Days of Wastefulness is dedicated to one of the biggest trash producers of the season: corporate parties. From food to
The origin of the Christmas stocking dates all the way back to the days of St. Nicholas (270-340 AD). According to the story, St Nick