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Recycling programs still can’t recycle every consumer good, which means that we still need to think about what we put in the blue box (or whatever colour it is where you live). Some plastics are too hard to recycle and some containers too hard...

People are more aware than ever before about the damage to our planet caused by plastics. The whole life-cycle of plastics causes harm from collecting non-renewable oils to the long lifetime of most plastic products. Plastic has even been found at th...

Pss. 91:2 “I will say of the LORD, He is my refuge and my fortress: my God; in him will I trust.”Wasted WordsCan words ever be wasted? You know, you toss words out into the void and hope they land on virgin ears where they are cherished and utili...

The European Union’s newest mining project focuses on urban areas throughout the continent. Their ProSUM project built a database of metals, chemicals, and materials brought into the EU market over the last ten plus years; the idea is that the...

Jeremiah 29:13, “You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart.” (NIV)Gateway to Health: The Mind Today we’re going to venture into the power of the mind, the weak mind and the powerful mind. Please note, a weak mind do...

From the BBC:Rudi Klein, head of Specialist Engineering Contractor, an umbrella group representing suppliers to the construction industry, said Carillion outsourced virtually all its work.He said the government knew of Carillion's reliance on sub-con...

Ryan Bourne in yesterday's City AM:According to the UN, Britain is ranked 156th out of 165 participating countries for “kids’ rights”. If you think this is a genuine reflection of the welfare and rights of children here relative to other count...