Sweden has become so adept at recycling that only four percent of their waste goes to landfills. The rest is used to power more than a quarter of a million homes. Still, the landfills are empty, and Sweden has been imported trash from Norway to help keep the fires burning. How ironic is that? Makes you think about your own recycling, reusing and repurposing habits, doesn't it?
December 25, 2014
Tradition tells that eating an apple on Christmas night ensures good health for the coming year, while take a magical cleansing bath will wash the last six months' of worries down the drain. Mix pine, bay and rosemary, tie them in cheesecloth and... More