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RecyclingHow to keep our natural resources a long time!
How to reduce air pollution and water contamination!
Bear Springs Blossom Nature Conservation|
Conservation Education online + Lectures
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Recycling saves you money!|
Recycling helps to save our future!
Recycling reduces Land pollution|
Recycling reduces Air pollution
Recycling reduces Water contamination
Recycle and save money + have a better life!
Recycling secures the future of our children and grandchildren
The four R of RECYCLING: Re-use - Reduce - Re-buy - Recycle
Recycling reduces air pollution + water contamination!
Recycling reduces the need for more landfills!
Recycling gives our children a chance to use natural resources
Recycling has many faces. Using food scraps and green waste and turning it into compost is a very successful recycling method.|
San Francisco composting program has recycled 900,000 tons of food scraps and green stuff and kept it from landfills!
We are often asked, why some countries ask their citizens to sort out recyclables and other countries like the US mostly use mixed recycling programs.
The answer is quite easy:
It is a question of convenience. When people sort their recyclables, they do the work and the city or county gets more money for the recycled material.
When people throw everything in one box, someone else does the work and the city or county gets less money for the recycled material.
Please guess: Who pays for the workers who do the sorting?
Do you think your city or county officials pay for it?
Or do you think YOU pay for it with higher taxes /fees?
Ask you politicians why they didn't ask you, what you want!
Ask them why people who like the convenience do not pay more than the people who sort out their materials?
We got the following answer: "Its our personal freedom to decide..."
Our question: Is it really personal freedom to let others pay for my convenience???
Do you know what materials can be recycled?
Have fun with our recycling quiz
Good news from North Carolina: They passed a law banning plastic bottles from landfills.
The new law will encourage the people to think about what they are throwing away and what to recycle.
Municipalities and private haulers will have to establish some sort of recycling program in their community. That could be accomplished through drop boxes at set locations.
There are big hopes the law has a positive impact.
Awareness of recycling will grow, natural resources will be saved.
There is an industry-wide shortage for used plastic bottles, new programs will lower the cost for the manufacturers.
Conservation education is still missing in many states, so in this case the new law will replace the need for knowledge. But there are chances an advertisement campaign across the TV will fill the gap of missing information/education.
Other recyclable materials are also banned from state landfills, including aluminum cans, wooden pallets and glass alcohol and beverage containers.
"We want people to know they cannot legally bury these things in a landfill," a state official said "They are valuable commodities. Recycling helps us to import less foreign oil."
We applaud this new law as a step in the right direction, but we would prefer better informed citizens, who need no law to show responsibility for the next generation. Please email us your thoughts!
+ 36% of the commercial workforce goes to work in an office building each day
+ 21% of all energy is consumed by offices
+ A typical business office will produce about 1.5 pounds of paper waste per employee each day
+ The average office worker uses 10,000 sheets of paper per year + per person!
The impact of one individual is not big, but in the masses we make a big difference!
We each drink water or soda or something in a can or bottle everyday,
we all use paper at some level, and we almost all drive to work or pay for a taxi, a bus or a train:
Consequence: We are emitting greenhouse emissions!
Why do we tell you these numbers?
You, and your office have great impact on the environment - have a great impact on life on Earth.
You can choose to make that a positive or negative impact - think about: it's up to you.
Should you choose to make a positive impact, talk to us and we will help you.
Work with us to reduce the amount that goes into our landfills -
Work with BSB to save natural resources for the next generation!
Many citizens have joined us!|
Become part of our environmentally friendly family! Work with us to save some of our natural resources for the next generation for our kids, our grand children!
Members from all over the US, Asia, Canada and Europe have joined us to build a better future for the next generation with healthy water and air, healthy food, and responsible use of natural resources!
Nature Conservation is essential to secure a safe future! We have only this one little planet EARTH to live on! Let's take care of it, save it for the next generation.
Bear Springs Blossom Nature Conservation works hard to secure our future!!
Become a BSB member - learn to understand Nature! Send us your questions + learn ONLINE.
Learn whenever you have the time!! Cell Phone: 830 460 0814
Better informed people can make better decisions! (and they can lower their monthly bills)
Use 860+ BSB web-pages - we provide information! BSB works on an international level.
Join our internationally family of responsible Humans!
Perform a Lifestyle of Health and Sustainability!
When we protect Nature, we protect ourselves!
A) to reduce air pollution
B) to reduce water pollution
C) to reduce water contamination
D) to extend natural resources
E) to raise national security AND it saves you money!
Recycling and buying recycled products while using renewable energy help us to be less vulnerable to foreign oil producers and helps us with less air pollution and less water contamination!
Show responsibility BECOME A MEMBER!
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Join BSB to build a better future! Live in Harmony with Nature + learn to understand Nature!
Bear Springs Blossom Nature Conservation members are informed humans, who show responsibility for the next generation! Every person can help and make a difference!
Volunteers are the life-blood of our organization. Would you donate a few hours of your time?
Wouldn't it be great to be part of our family of volunteers?
Conservation Education (CE) is the combination of two words that have become one word to educators.
CE is the ability to give people opportunities to grow in knowledge and create changes to their life style and their environment, to have a better life, to have a safer future!
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