Environmentalists like Al Gore and David Suzuki refer to incineration as wasteful. Burning waste through incineration seems easier and less expensive than sorting, recycling and diverting; however, once the waste is burned, it can never be used again- it is gone.
While we have made great strides with recycling, we still manage to send close to three quarters of our household waste to landfill sites. The waste that does not sit in the dump often makes its way into the incinerator.
Doctor, Paul Connett, PhD is an environmental chemistry and toxicology expert in the State of New York. He h
It is not uncommon to come across pet friendly hotels. Even some of Toronto’s downtown hotels like the Westin Harbour Castle and the Sheraton allow pets. However, have you ever heard of a hotel in a large city specifically for bees? A sustainability project by Fairmont hotels in Canada has made it a reality – complete with bee butlers and room service.
The luxury hotel chain has in fact recreated forested and natural habitats for the bee rooms by using twigs, logs and other reclaimed materials. Seriously, you can see the small huts outside the hotel. According to staff at the Fairmont
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