Commit To Reduce Your Use Of Plastic- We Can Help

Plastic is everywhere. Look around you right now and count the number of things that you know contain plastic. Convenient and cheap, yes. But there are some major pitfalls to living in a plastic world. Plastics can harbor some nasty ingredients, such as phthalates and BPA. And in addition to polluting your body, all that plastic is polluting… Continue reading »

Oasis Water Harvesting

Oasis Water Harvesting offers a line of products to get you started in the exciting undertaking of rain water harvesting. On our website,  you will not only see the great line of products we offer, but also information on how you can use those products.  Oasis carries rain barrels from 50 to 3,000 gallons and… Continue reading »

Roof to Ground Rainwater Services

Don’t wait for planning and installation of a cumbersome rainwater system, start now with a lightweight Roof to Ground 90 gallon rain container. They’re portable and have a small cost outlay. Useful as air conditioner or MasterCool runoff receptacles, ideal for house plants and gardens. For more information see our website at rooftoground.com or call … Continue reading »

Iskash*taa Refugee Harvesting Network – ongoing, harvests fruits & vegetables from your trees & garden!

Do you have food growing in your neighborhood that goes to waste? Iskash*taa Refugee Harvesting Network is a community-based organization of refugees from all over the world. Iskash*taa means working cooperatively together in Somali. The organization harvests and collects foods that would otherwise go to waste, including approximately 30,000 pounds a year from Tucson area… Continue reading »

Tucson Nature Conservancy Rainwater Harvesting Tours

The Nature Conservancy’s Tucson office, at 1510 E. Fort Lowell Rd. is continuing its rainwater harvesting tours by popular demand, to help educate the public about a variety of active and passive water harvesting techniques that can be implemented at homes and businesses. Call 622-3861 x 3437 for more information and to sign up for… Continue reading »

Tucson Nature Conservancy Rainwater Harvesting Tours – weekly, various dates throughout the year

The Nature Conservancy’s Tucson office, at 1510 E. Fort Lowell Rd. is continuing its rainwater harvesting tours by popular demand, to help educate the public about a variety of active and passive water harvesting techniques that can be implemented at homes and businesses. Call 622-3861 x 3437 for more information and to sign up for… Continue reading »

HabiStore- Tucson

Habitat for Humanity Tucson’s HabiStore is a retail business that sells surplus new and used building and home improvement materials to the general public. By doing this, the HabiStore keeps more than 150 tons of material out of the landfill each year and supports the green building efforts of Habitat for Humanity Tucson. 3840 S…. Continue reading »

Logic IT

Logic IT Consulting uses cutting-edge network management tools and software to conduct most of our work remotely, reducing on-site visits by over 90%;  Logic IT Consulting has a recycling program for used computers and equipment; and Logic IT Consulting offsets it’s carbon footprint with clean Wind-power energy credits as well as being part of the… Continue reading »

Buffalo Exchange

Leading the resale fashion industry in Tucson allowing customers to buy, sell, and trade new and recycled clothing. 2001 E. Speedway Tucson, AZ 85719 (520) 795-0508 6170 E. Speedway Tucson, AZ 85712 (520) 885-8392 http://www.buffaloexchange.com

Recycle!

Recycle the basics If everyone would simply separate the paper, plastic, glass and aluminum products from the trash and tossed them is a recycling bin, we could decrease the amount of waste sent to landfills by 75% . Currently it takes the area the size of Pennsylvania to dump all our waste. Old Computers The… Continue reading »