Forty years ago this week, 20 million people rolled up their sleeves to tackle what must have seemed to be an impossible task – cleaning up the planet. On that first Earth Day they should have felt quite inadequate against the challenges that faced them; instead, they were 100% invested in success. Look around and you can see the results of their efforts – cleaner air and water, recycling on a national scale, legislation to safeguard our natural resources, and the promise that if we continue to follow in their footsteps, we will know a better world.
The Pink Cart Blog
Why not throw it all into a 35- or 64-gallon Pink Cart and roll it down to your tax advisor?
Blogger Jo-Anne Perkins shares a moving story about her mother’s battle with breast cancer, and how that battle influenced her life.
Cascade Engineering today announced the launch of the Pink Cart, a new program developed in collaboration with the American Cancer Society.
It is! Well, it depends on your perspective. Fill it with recyclables in the garage or with mulch in the yard and this Pink Cart plays a big part in the Green movement. But is it green enough for St. Patrick’s Day?
Eight homes. Eight rolling trash carts. One of the carts is bright pink, underscoring the fact that one in eight women will likely develop breast cancer within the next 10 years.
In thousands of communities across the country, tomorrow morning is trash day, also known as rubbish day or garbage day and, in more forward-thinking, sustainable municipalities, recycles day.