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New Wake of Healthcare Waste Management

As we look forward to having a greener planet, we must consider how we handle waste disposal. We throw out various waste products on a regular basis, one menace being health care waste products such as, sharp disposals, medical, chemotherapy not forgetting pharmaceutical by-products which poses a dangerous threat not only to the human but also, to the planet in general. They are the by-products of healthcare facilities activities that include; sharps or non-sharps, blood, chemicals as well as radioactive materials used during health procedures. Mismanagement of healthcare by-products exposes individuals within healthcare institutions and beyond to infections, toxic substances, and harm. According to Eagle dumpster rental who is known for its well-performed services when it comes to managing waste, leaving no chance for an accident...


ROUNDUP In Wine: Toxic Chemical Glyphosate Found In 100% Of California Wines Tested

It seems Monsanto’s toxic chemical glyphosate has now found its way into wine. It isn’t surprising, however, seeing as how grapes are pesticide and herbicide-laden. Glyphosate has been showing up in foods both directly sprayed, and even foods that haven’t been sprayed, such as organic produce. It is the active ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide and has been used since 1974. Recent research has suggested that glyphosate will “likely remain the most widely applied [herbicide] worldwide for years to come, and interest will grow in quantifying ecological and human health impacts.” The study showed that in 2014, farmers sprayed enough glyphosate to apply 0.8 pounds of the chemical to every acre of cultivated cropland in the U.S. 100 Percent of Wine Tested Contained Glyphosate A supporter of Moms Across...


Green Lifestyle 101: The Beginner’s Guide to Green Living

The idea of living an eco-friendly lifestyle does not come as a surprise. Environmental issues keep popping out left and right and the demand for a sustainable living just keeps on growing each day. People finally understood that negligence towards our environment could lead to detrimental consequences that will only slap back to us if we don’t change our ways. If you are interested in having an eco-friendly lifestyle, this article is for you. 1. Reduce, Reuse and Recycle The famous mantra, reduce, reuse and recycle is fundamental for everyone who wants to go green.  There are thousands of things that we can do to help save our Mother Nature. Most of them benefit people, in addition to helping the planet. You can begin by observing your daily habits...