A Greener Indiana

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  • 219 GreenConnect

    7 members Latest Activity: Apr 11, 2013

    Northwest Indiana's source for green news and events. Join us for information about local food, natural health, Green Drinks and other events.

  • Aquaponics, Aquaculture, & Hydroponics

    11 members Latest Activity: May 10

    This is a Public group showcasing the opportunities in Aquaculture, Aquaponics, and Hydroponics in Indiana. Please feel free to email:…

  • Transition Bloomington

    5 members Latest Activity: Apr 5, 2012

    A Transition Town networking coalition in Bloomington providing education for local production & exchange, renewable energy, & a thriving…

  • Sierra Club Hoosier Chapter

    20 members Latest Activity: Jul 14, 2013 Sierra Club Indiana seeks to: (1) explore, enjoy and protect our wild places; (2) promote responsible use of our resources, and (3) enlist Hoosiers…

  • Purple Porch Cooperative

    6 members Latest Activity: Apr 10, 2012 We are a member-owned cooperative enterprise in North Central Indiana committed to growing a local, sustainable economy that will reduce our carbon…

  • The Nature Conservancy of Indiana

    16 members Latest Activity: Dec 29, 2011

    The Indiana Chapter of The Nature Conservancy. Our mission is to preserve the plants, animals, and natural communities of Indiana by preserving…

  • Urban Seeds

    8 members Latest Activity: Apr 10, 2012

    Our mission is to cultivate community and promote sustainable living in Evansville through education, organic gardening, recycling, and…

  • Green Jobs Now!

    151 members Latest Activity: Sep 19, 2013 This group's purpose is to service & support the development of green collar jobs in Indiana. Actions like the Green Jobs Develop Act, hiring…

  • Indiana Green Business and Community Alliance

    37 members Latest Activity: Aug 18, 2013 IGBCA – “Think Local First” is a membership organization whose purpose is to engage Indiana residents to support local businesses in order to build…

  • Simple Living Group of Indianapolis

    22 members Latest Activity: Jan 28, 2013

    We gather at or near the turn of seasons. Topics covered were energy conservation, environmental sustainability, food security, gardening,…

  • Permaculture

    34 members Latest Activity: Aug 10

    This group is for people that live in cities and suburbs that are committed to the values of Permaculture and strive to reflect that in their…

  • Living in a Chemical Soup Indiana: Detox Your Home Room by Room

    18 members Latest Activity: May 3, 2012 Find alternatives to harmful everday household products. How do pesticides, air fresheners, fragrance, laundry products, dry cleaning, cosmetics and…

  • Project Green Spot

    19 members Latest Activity: May 30

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    This project was successful and this island was protected.  The group was kept because if you want to do the same thing then…

  • The Fort Wayne Group

    35 members Latest Activity: Oct 30, 2012 This work group offers a space for citizens to discuss & collaborate on issues involving sustainability heritage & positive developments in Fort…

Feed from Indiana Living Green Magazine

Through a glass, darkly

Is there anywhere to recycle the glass parts of a sliding glass door?  We recently replaced ours with French doors and don’t want to just throw them away.  I contacted RecycleForce, but they said they can’t accept them nor do they know of anyone that can, so I’m hoping you [...]

Tennis, anyone?

Renee,

Any ideas about what I could do with old tennis balls?

Your loyal reader,

Don Smith

Don,

Advantage, Renee! I do have some ideas for recycling tennis balls.

If you have more than 200 tennis balls, check out the reBounces recycling program. They will provide [...]

Brushing up

Renee,

I realize that not all toothbrushes are created equal, but are toothbrushes recyclable?

Sarah

Sarah,

Toothbrushes are made of at least three materials – nylon bristles, metal staples that hold the bristles in place, and plastic handles – which makes them challenging to recycle. They are not accepted by [...]

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