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SWACO reporting recycling records set in 2007

Walker Evans Walker Evans

Press Release wrote Recycling Records Set SWACO is reporting record amounts of material recycled at its 190 drop off recycling locations throughout Columbus and Franklin County. For all of 2007, 10,756 tons of bottles, cans, paper and cardboard have been recycled. That is over 1,100 tons better than 2006. Also, the December totals are over […]


Restaurants trying to balance recycling with cost

Walker Evans Walker Evans

This Week News wrote Area restaurants trying to balance recycling efforts with cost Thursday, January 3, 2008 By Gary Seman Jr. Recycling is one of the biggest issues facing green-conscious restaurateurs. And even the staunchest environmentalists find themselves throwing out bottles, cardboard and plastic simply because the alternative is much more expensive or labor intensive. […]


Alive’s Green Issue Hits Newsstands Today

 John Ross

For anyone in Columbus looking for ideas on how to decrease their impact on the environment, be sure to check out this week’s Alive. In it, you’ll find: – an interview with Cathy Tiffany, a local family woman who has great suggestions for going green in simple ways – two-page spread on going green in […]

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EcoVoom supports local Green Energy Development

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Press Release wrote NEW COMPANY HELPS RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES OFFSET ENERGY USAGE; SUPPORTS LOCAL DEVELOPMENT OF “GREEN ENERGY” SOURCES COLUMBUS, Ohio, October 9 – Columbus residents and businesses can now help the planet — and their own state and community — breathe a little easier thanks to a new company called EcoVoom. Columbus-based EcoVoom helps […]


Columbus and 10 suburbs sign ‘green pact’

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The Columbus Dispatch wrote Columbus, 10 suburbs sign ‘green pact’ They pledged to recycle, promote redevelopment, reduce emissions Friday, October 5, 2007 By Robert Vitale Leaders of 11 central Ohio cities and villages signed a regional agreement yesterday pledging to recycle more, pollute less and make their government operations more environmentally friendly. The “green pact” […]


Green Lazarus building gets national accolade

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Business First of Columbus wrote “Green” Lazarus building gets national accolade Tuesday, September 25, 2007 by Matt Burns The 1 million-square-foot downtown landmark, which now features a rainwater filtering system and a 15,000-square-foot “green roof,” has garnered national attention from the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties. The group called Lazarus one of the […]


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