Changes are Coming!

Deb's New PictureFor those of you who read my blog posts, I thank you. We writers LOVE our readers – you’re why we do what we do.

BUT …  be prepared for changes.

Envirothink is moving.  Yes, I’ll still be posting on a regular basis. But from now on, Envirothink will be found at

GreenPress is a growing collection of green / eco-minded writers / bloggers. It’s an excellent resource for one-stop viewing – a variety of eco-bloggers all in one location.

So, starting June 30th, come on over to Envirothink’s new home – and check us out! And, as I always say, tell your friends and colleagues about us AND keep coming back for more!

Boston to (finally) begin curbside recycling

Recycling logoBoston – known for baseball, the Freedom Trail and Quincy Marketplace – is finally stepping up into the green movement. As of July 1st, they’ll begin residential curbside recycling, something that the majority of both large metropolitan areas and smaller towns across the country have been doing for years.

Boston will deliver more than 55,000 64-gallon carts to single-family homes and 6-unit-or-less apartments over the next year. The city expects that using the single-stream recycling system will save the city $1 million per year in waste disposal costs. It costs the city $40 less per ton to recycle than to send it to a landfill or incinerator, according to city officials.

With such an anticipated savings, you’d think city officials in Bean town would have jumped on the green bandwagon a long time ago. But better late than never.