Celebrate International Biodiversity Day in Tennessee

Biodiversity refers to the variety of life in an environment, whether that’s a specific ecosystem or the entire, beautiful planet Earth. And on May 22, 2021, the 15th International Biodiversity Day is celebrated. International days such as this are intended to unite people in a common goal and...

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Garbology: Discovering Truth in the Trash

You can tell your friends, your family and even your telemarketers whatever you want. You make your own baby food. You seldom drink alcohol or make the spaghetti sauce from scratch. You recycle everything. But your trash doesn’t lie. The baby food jars, the cans and bottles, that tell-tale pasta...

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The Local Impact of Mismanaged Trash

We recently examined the far-reaching impact of mismanaged trash, an important issue on a global scale. But how does littering effect in a direct and local sense? Does mismanaged waste come into play in your day-to-day life, in the community in which you live, work and play? Unfortunately, yes....

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The Far-Reaching Impact of Mismanaged Trash

Is it actually a big deal to toss that plastic bottle out the car window while you drive? And, really, who cares if you didn’t pick up every scrap of trash the wild animals scattered from your unsecured trash sitting at the curb? Everybody litters a little, right? Yes, it is a big deal. And, no,...

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Doing Your Part to Prevent Stormwater Pollution

Middle Tennessee is a beautiful place to work, live and play. Residents care deeply about this lovely area and want to keep it safe, healthy and free of pollution. But could you be polluting the water inadvertently? Let’s take a look at one area – stormwater – that’s often overlooked in the fight...

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Doing Your Part to Protect the Harpeth River

Middle Tennessee’s Harpeth River is a pretty and remarkable body of water. Scenic and pleasant, it boasts a myriad of opportunities for locals to get out and enjoy the beauty of nature. Fishing, paddling, simple riverside strolls, and even a good old fashioned creek stomping are welcome here! The...

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How to Recycle Your Christmas Tree (Williamson County)

Even those who celebrate the full 12 days of Christmas (Dec. 25 – Jan. 5) can agree with us… it’s over. Time to get rid of the Christmas tree and step fully into 2021! Did you know that there’s an environmentally friendly way to dispose of your Christmas tree? Instead of igniting that brittle...

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7 Easy Tips to Keep Animals Out of the Garbage

Not many people get excited about taking out the trash. And no one is excited to do it twice – especially once you’re showered, dressed and on your way out the door to work or school. Unfortunately, animals such as raccoons, opossums and cats don’t care. Pests (and pets!) can forage and root...

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Why You Should Sanitize Your Trash Bins

“Clean my trash can?!” While you may think of your trash can as simply the dirty receptacle that carries household waste to the end of the driveway, that receptacle can actually be a significant source of contamination if not routinely cleaned. If convenience or an HOA dictates your trash bin must...

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The Story Behind Envirobinz, an Innovative Family Business!

We recently sat down with Chandra Zoba to get the full story on Enivorbinz, a residential curbside trash bin cleaning company launched in 2019. Envirobinz is an innovative, environmentally-friendly family-owned business that uses high pressure, high temperature water to clean and sanitize trash...

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