Solid Waste & Recycling

  • David Suzuki – The Environmental Rock Star !!

    April 17, 2012 by Gordon McGuinty

    The recent controversy over how environmental opposition groups and NGO’s (Non Government Organizations) spend the money they’ve received as donations has resulted in a well know casualty. It was reported this week that David Suzuki has resigned from the Board

  • The cancer-prevention lifestyle, six weeks in

    March 26, 2012 by Guy Crittenden

    Six weeks ago, at the beginning of February, I launched a series of online articles in this space about protecting oneself from exposure to sources of toxins from environmental sources, foods or personal grooming and home cleaning products. The first

  • Using coconut oil to fight Alzheimer's and other diseases

    March 12, 2012 by Guy Crittenden

    This week I return to my focus on cancer prevention (along with prevention against other diseases like diabetes) – a series inspired by editing HazMat Management magazine for more than 21 years, and my awareness of toxins that enter our

  • Be a Friction to Stop the Machine

    March 5, 2012 by Guy Crittenden

    We interrupt our normal programming to bring you this announcement (below). I was about to write a blog entry about my latest dietary chances in my ongoing experiment in detoxification of my own body, in which I would have mentioned

  • Last week for our online survey

    February 13, 2012 by Guy Crittenden

    This is the last week when we’ll be posting our online survey for readers to fill in and have a chance to win one of four Kindle electronic book readers. The survey will close sometime Friday afternoon. So be sure

  • I have found the cure for cancer

    February 6, 2012 by Guy Crittenden

    Did that get your attention? I hope so. In the coming weeks in this space I’m going to post some online columns here in my blog space that I’m developing in order to get readers thinking of an important topic

  • Take our survey, win a Kindle!

    January 23, 2012 by Guy Crittenden

    Your odds of winning a Kindle are really good if you fill in our online survey. Here’s why. You may have noticed the news item on our home page about our new reader survey. If you missed it, you can

  • Ensuring safeguards for electronic recycling

    December 18, 2011 by Wes Muir

    As the holiday season approaches – and more cell phones, tablets, computers and televisions are upgraded and replaced – it’s a good moment to evaluate our progress in e-waste recycling, and to highlight research during the past year that has

  • Programmed to be fat, toxins in the womb

    December 18, 2011 by Guy Crittenden

    This week I wish to draw reader attention to two areas that deserve further investigation, by society generally and by each of us as individuals concerned about our own health and that of our families. The first is out exposure

  • Nanofoods: Something new to worry about

    December 12, 2011 by Guy Crittenden

    I’m 51 years old and have entered the realm my insurance agent about which my insurance agent warned me years ago. He said that in my forties I’d start to know more and more people succumbing to cancer and heart