Recycling makes sense all the way around. Everybody thinks of cans and bottles, but we need to be thinking about E-WASTE AND FAST. We call them landfills today, but tomorrow we will call them superfund sites!See More
IGBCA – “Think Local First” is a membership organization whose purpose is to engage Indiana residents to support local businesses in order to build economically self-reliant and healthy communities that secure prosperity to our familiesSee More
It is interesting that the construction of houses has remained largely unchanged over the years. In this group the purpose is to discuss some of the new techniques that are coming down the pipe.See More
Married to Sonja Isenhart, we have 3 beautiful and wonderful children. We live in Indianapolis, LOVE IT, yet are concerned with the current state of our planet.
I have started the production of a radio show that will begin airing very soon with a focus on sustainability and green living here in Central Indiana. This program is the footwork for an entire formatted public radio station here in Central Indiana. The station will provide education, news, talk shows with a green focus. We will also format the station with music that fits the format and focus. Lastly we will do business focused interviews highlighting businesses, as well as organizations and individuals that are making a difference through the week to grow presence and awareness of Sustainable Living.
NOTE: This will be a Non-Commercial Public Radio Station so Underwriting (sponsorships) from companies and donations from individuals will be necessary to drive the station financially. All goes well, we will look into other markets throughout the State and Green Our Indiana, be a model for the country and possibly the world.
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There is a music section that I could implement for the site. Then you could post your programs or perhaps feed them in from wherever you wanted to post them. I also know how to create radio programs online.
I have been unable to find a consistent Indianapolis source for safe disposal of medicines, both prescription and OTC. I, and the rest of your readers, want to avoid these meds making their way into our water supply. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.