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Monthly Archive for January, 2013

The average American family produces nearly 500 pounds of organic waste material each year. What we know as “garbage” essentially goes to the landfill as part of the municipal solid waste stream”. But garbage can be turned into compost fairly easily if handled properly. As noted in the January 2nd edition of the East Baltimore [...]

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Everyone knows how easy it is to recycle paper and plastic.  In most counties you just set it out to be picked up each week.  However that weekly pickup typically will not accept electronics and batteries.  This doesn’t mean that you should just throw out those old electronics.  Computer monitors, televisions, batteries, and circuit boards [...]

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TerraLogos took an end of the year trip to visit the recently completed historic renovation of Schmucker Hall at the Theological Lutheran Seminary located in Gettysburg, PA.  The new Seminary Ridge Museum will allow visitors to walk the halls where wounded soldiers suffered, hear the voices of duty and devotion, and stand in the spot [...]

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