Find new uses for your old stuff. For example, avoid using paper towels by cutting up an old t-shirt and use the pieces as you would a paper towel. You can wash the pieces of cloth and use them over and over.
Not all fonts are created equal. Not only are they a style preference, some
are more environmentally friendly than others.
Century Gothic uses the least amount of ink, followed by Eco Font and
Times Roman. If you're worried about
paper use as well, Century Gothic is wider, so make sure to reduce character
spacing and page margins.
Effective December 5, 2011,
it is no longer legal to throw out rechargeable batteries with your trash.
Batteries such as rechargeable AA's, rechargeable power tool and laptop
batteries, small sealed lead-acid batteries and others are included in the
Brewer Bookstore is one place
you may bring your rechargeable
batteries for recycling. A collection box has been set up at the
bookstore cashier counter. Be sure to place each battery in its own
plastic baggy (available at the collection site) before putting it in the box (Batteries
must be in separate baggies because of Department of Transportation Rules;
loosely packaged spent lithium batteries have caused fires during shipping
and storage.) Instructions are posted on the collection box. Any
person may drop off up to 10 rechargeable batteries per day.
To see examples of
rechargeable batteries visit Call2Recycle.