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These guys are great! They come to the building I work in a handful of times a year to collect eCycled items from all the tenants. I’ve also contacted them separately for an additional pick up with a quick and friendly response. Through the phone, email, and in person – everyone has been on point with the awesome services. Ederlyn L. – Alameda, CA
Awesome find and great customer service. Dropping off a large TV and 1980s electronics was incredibly easy and the person that helped me unload was very courteous and helpful. VHS players were charged by pound, TVs and miscellaneous cords were free. I definitely will recommend! Christine P. – Daily City, CA
Very helpful service person. She gave me a cart to move my CRT from the trunk of my car. No charge for CRT (or keyboard). She had me fill out an online form with my name and address. Michael C. – Redwood City, CA
I had 2 tube tvs to get rid, I goggled and Green Citizen came up, so we loaded up and off we went. Tom the account manager came out quickly to help us unload, he was super friendly and helpful, everybody there also seem friendly. I told Tom my brother had a bunch of electronics to purge from a friend unloading all stuff to him, Tom informed they might be able to pick up if items qualify! Super! I’m glad I find Green Citizen!! Don’t just throw your electronics in garbage, protect and preserve the planet for the furture! Jeannie W. – San Bruno, CA
I have completed two e-waste recycles with GreenCitizen now and I have nothing but praise for their whole operation. From the easy to use website with explanations of what can be recycled free of charge to the awesome rep who I have been emailing with to even great, friendly pickup staff. If you are a small business or have a few things you need recycled personally this is the place to go to the in the Bay area! Thor G. – San Francisco, CA
These guys helped clean up our warehouse full of old/ outdated/ broken laptop and desktop computers, video monitors, keyboards etc. Hundreds of non-working items taken away for free… I am glad this place exists. We will be using them next time around.. Thanks! Michael D. – Santa Clara, CA
We’ve been working GreenCitizen for a few years now and it’s always a pleasure working with them. They have a great website that make e-recycling as easy as 1-2-3. Their pick-up crew is friendly, prompt and reliable and their email response time is great. Pacific W. – Oakland, CA
I called and got great customer service over the phone. I got my recyclables picked up to my location the next day after placing a request for pickup. The guys that picked up the stuff were cool. Over all the experience was smooth and had no issues. I will call them again when I get more stuff to recycle. Walter A. – South San Francisco, CA
How much easier would our lives be if, like our bodies, our possessions could regenerate their own material to fix any damages they sustained? Well, thanks to some very clever folks in England, concrete could be made self-regenerating by the addition of a simple enzyme found in our blood—repairing cracks in the sidewalk, roads, or
The post This Self-Healing Cement Automatically Fills Any Cracks That Form, To Save Energy and Money appeared first on Good News Network.
An eco-warrior has made an impressive amount of money by making toys, keyrings, mosquito repellents, and organic compost from old cigarette butts. 26-year-old Naman Gupta was inspired when he saw a huge pile of cigarettes left after a party, and wondered how many were dumped across the world on a daily basis. So now he
The post Eco-Warrior Makes Toys, Mosquito Repellent, and More With Recycled Cigarette Butts – The Most Littered Item appeared first on Good News Network.
Growing across much of Asia, it’s known by many names: including Indian Beech, pongamia, Karum tree, kranji, and malapari. Pongamia pinnata is a member of the pea family that is being considered by Indonesian forestry experts for potential landscape restoration and the future of bioenergy. A number of big challenges are bearing down on the Indonesian
The post This Single Tree Could Restore Degraded Land, Create a Biofuel Revolution, Power Cars, and Feed Families appeared first on Good News Network.
Water treatment is a process the vast majority of us give very little thought to. We turn on the faucetor flush the toilet and out it comes, ready to hydrate us or wash away our waste. But before it reaches
The post A guide to water treatment technologies appeared first on The Environmental Blog.
Living sustainably has become increasingly important nowadays since the environment is slowly deteriorating. The constant use of single-use plastic and immeasurable amounts of waste thrown away is a threat to nature and people’s health. Of course, it can be difficult
The post 5 Benefits Of Using Sustainable Cotton Calico Bags appeared first on The Environmental Blog.
Water scarcity is a common phenomenon since only 3% of water available on earth is fit for human consumption. That’s why it’s crucial to conserve the little water we have. Eco-friendly Water treatment entails removing contaminants from water to make it
The post Why You Should Consider Using an Eco-Friendly Water Treatment Method for Your Industry appeared first on The Environmental Blog.
The kitchen is one of the busiest rooms in a house, and its activities can match a manufacturing process. In such a progression of activities, it is difficult to avoid waste. However, it is possible to devise ways of handling
The post How to Be More Sustainable in the Kitchen appeared first on The Environmental Blog.
Humanity has greatly affected the environment since ancient times and continues to do so. Have you ever thought about how I can prevent the effects of global warming, which we feel the effect of today? So let’s take a look
The post Is It Possible To Prevent Global Warming? appeared first on The Environmental Blog.
Image Source America is running out of fresh water. Population growth is increasing demand for water consumption, putting severe strain on the country’s water resources. Scientists predict that within the next 50 years, many regions of the United States will
The post How to Improve the Irrigation at Your Farm appeared first on The Environmental Blog.
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