Archive for January, 2018

Roses are Red, Violets are Blue, Valentine’s Day can be Green for You!

According to the National Retail Federation, Americans spend about $2 million buying flowers for Valentine’s Day each year. That’s more than chocolate/candy and more than cards as well! We thought it might be worth taking a deeper look into the flower industry this Valentine’s Day; specifically, the environmental impact of those $2 million spent! Did…

Watersheds Ahead! Discover your #H2OMoment Today

A new year brings new knowledge. Many Angelenos are aware of LA’s watersheds, but some of you may be asking…what exactly is a watershed? Simply put, a watershed is an area of land that collects water and directs it to a body of water such as a river, lake, or ocean. Here in LA we…

Don’t Fir-get to Recycle your Christmas Tree

The holiday festivities are now only a memory. The presents have all been opened. Friends and family are on their way home. You’re getting ready for the new year! It’s time to begin thinking about taking down the decorations and what you should do with the Christmas tree. Fortunately, LA Sanitation allows you to recycle…

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