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Electronic/Computer Recycling In Tampa Bay

2018-09-10T16:07:13+00:00 September 10th, 2018|Categories: Electronic Recycing|Tags: , , , |

Electronic/Computer Recycling In Tampa Bay "Often when you think you're at the end of something, you're at the beginning of something else."  Recycling is a key component of modern waste reduction and is the third component of the "Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle" waste hierarchy. Thus recycling aims at environmental sustainability by substituting raw material inputs into [...]

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Under the Sea: From Cape May-Lewes Ferry to Artificial Reef

2018-09-06T21:00:53+00:00 September 6th, 2018|Categories: Electronic Recycing|Tags: |

Cape May-Lewes ferry, MV Twin Capes  (photo credit: DNREC by Sherilyn Lau  Have you ever wondered what’s on the ocean floor?  Or maybe you’ve thought about what type of home supports marine life such as sea whips and mussels? On the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean, 26 miles due east of the Indian River Inlet in [...]

Do The Unexpected and You’ll Win

2018-09-06T17:26:33+00:00 September 6th, 2018|Categories: Electronic Recycing|

This morning, a post jumped on my computer with this title and a picture of Einstein. I really wasn't interested in reading the article, but I clicked on it hoping to find out how this popped on my screen. I'm always curious about new internet tech. The title of my article is a quote from, [...]

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Exploring the Watershed

2018-08-21T19:14:18+00:00 August 1st, 2018|Categories: Electronic Recycing|Tags: |

 by Tom Damm To fully appreciate why two EPA regions are working to improve the Delaware River Watershed, it helps to experience the area’s natural wonders. I had the opportunity to do so recently on two kayaking day trips. The first was an intimate tour of a county lake that connects with Assunpink Creek and eventually [...]

Inspection Video Promotes Clean Water, Healthy Farms

2018-08-21T19:14:18+00:00 June 13th, 2018|Categories: Electronic Recycing|Tags: |

by Tom Damm Spoiler alert!  Everyone wins. A new video is benefiting farmers and regulators alike by taking the mystery out of farm inspections. The U.S. Poultry & Egg Association collaborated with EPA employees to produce a video that demonstrates what poultry and egg farms can expect when EPA or state inspectors come a-knocking. The 14-minute [...]

Press Release – May 18, 2018

2018-08-21T19:14:18+00:00 May 19th, 2018|Categories: Electronic Recycing|

TAMPA - The South Tampa Chamber of Commerce was proud to present scholarships to six Tampa area graduating seniors during a reception hosted at SunCoast Credit Union on May 17th. "Our scholarship program was founded 4 years ago by the Chamber's Education Committee, and each year has grown thanks to the generosity of our members. To [...]

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Soaking in Another Victory

2018-08-21T19:14:18+00:00 May 16th, 2018|Categories: Electronic Recycing|Tags: |

by Tom Damm It’s a four-peat. For the fourth consecutive year, the University of Maryland, College Park has won high honors in EPA’s Campus RainWorks Challenge, a national collegiate competition to design the best ideas for capturing stormwater on campus before it can harm waterways. A UMD team took second place nationally in the Master Plan [...]

Why It’s Important to Shred a Hard Drive

2018-08-21T19:14:18+00:00 May 14th, 2018|Categories: Electronic Recycing|Tags: , , , , |

Why It’s Important to Shred a Hard Drive The hard drive’s responsibility is to store information.  Every file you have saved into your computer is located on this component.  This is where your computer remembers the settings and preferences for your programs and your operating system.  While much of the information you have stored is likely [...]

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Hope in Kentucky Farm Country

2018-08-21T19:14:23+00:00 May 4th, 2018|Categories: Electronic Recycing|Tags: |

Jeremy Hinton is an eighth-generation Kentucky farmer. He and his wife Joanna own Hinton’s Orchard and Farm Market in Hodgenville, Kentucky – the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln. “Our family came to LaRue County the same year that the Lincolns did, but we just stayed a lot longer,” he joked. Today, Hinton and his wife grow a [...]