Find viable earth friendly replacements for the products we already use. The reason there is such an abundance of these items is because we use them. Find a new product that acts in the same way plastic does, but that will also break down and not harm the enviroment.
Cleaning Up Our Communities
Enough is enough, employees know the end of the Badger is near... more »
Why does not EPA ban these immediately?
And wood shake rooftops. Exposure to wildlife children and neighbors. Is at risk of chlorine inhalation. Shuld this be a violation. Of public. Safety . And raise. Awareness. To deem it illegal
There are evan people. Who do this for a profit and try to hide to secret by using. Clorox... more »
Create a "time bank" of donated Retired Senior Volunteer Program hours so that local public works departments can help neighborhood outdoor cleanup projects (road safety signage, dumpsters, removal of collected litter - tires from the shoreline, deserted appliances) to encourage neighbors, friends, and families to keep creeks and watersheds healthy.
THERE IS A MAJOR DISASTER HAPPENING AS I WRITE AT PENN COVE, WASHINGTON STATE.
A HUGE OIL LEAKING SHIP SANK AFTER A FIRE IN THE COVE AND IS KILLING AND DESTROYING THE COMMUNITY'S INCOME(MUSSEL FARM) AND NO ONE FROM EPA IS THERE TO HELP.
WHY???THE STATE WAITED TO LONG AND NOW IS PAYING THE COST OF CLEAN UP.
I cannot find ANYONE that will recycle vinyl windows. What a waste and damaging to our environment. Any ideas about this from anyone? I'm in Denver.
Has the EPA ever considered stopping the manufacture of disposable diapers? If not, is there a green way of disposing them in place of putting them into landfills?
I think that this practice is archaic, particularly since there are other alternatives for filling teeth. I think it is time that Mercury is banned from use in the mouth or any product that is ingested or injected. It is so highly toxic, and... more »
I want to bring back the Woodsy the Owl campaign I remember from when I was a child to help educate today's youth about littering. Remember the jingle? "In the city or in the woods, help keep America looking good!-hoot hoot!" I really think it would get a great response.
It is time to require that... more »
Raise the deposit on bottles and cans to 25 cents and expand the items subject to the deposit to include containers like wine and liquor bottles and cans from prepared foods such as pet food, soup and tomato sauce.
Require information about environmental contamination on and near homes to be disclosed to new and current home owners. Stop letting people unknowingly live on toxic land!
➢ Example of what you can bring: household goods, pots/pans, books, CDs, DVDs, toys, bric-a-brac, bikes, plants,... more »