Place your cat-hole site is at least 200 feet from any source of water  Don’t dig in an area where water visibly flows (rain water run-off etc)  Disperse the cat holes over a wide area if possible. If possible, setup your cat hole in an area that gets a lot of sunlight (this will aid decomposition)  Again, remember water runoff. Your every thought should be on preventing feces from reaching any water source — be it underground well water, your water table, rivers, lakes, springs, and creeks.

One way to dispose of your waste properly. You want your hole between six to 8 inches deep, and 200 feet from water, camp, or the trail.

Canines can be happy campers when you’re well-prepared. Here are 10 tips for camping with dogs, from what to pack, to proper disposal of waste to our favorite products!

Sweet and Spicy Bacon Wrapped Chicken Tenders

Make one special photo charms for your pets, compatible with your Pandora bracelets. Canines can be happy campers when you’re well-prepared. Here are 10 tips for camping with dogs, from what to pack, to proper disposal of waste to our favorite product

Nisolo is all about timeless design, tradition, and quality—and caring for their shoemakers and the planet. Nisolo responsibly sources their leather from tanneries committed to ethical treatment of animals and the implementation of eco-friendly waste disposal systems. The company also supports the use of vegetable tanning which uses natural oils, completely eliminating the possibility of contaminating the environment. Most of Nisolo’s products are made in their own facility in Peru, where…

Nisolo is all about timeless design, tradition, and quality—and caring for their shoemakers and the planet. Nisolo responsibly sources their leather from tanneries committed to ethical treatment of animals and the implementation of eco-friendly waste disposal systems. The company also supports the use of vegetable tanning which uses natural oils, completely eliminating the possibility of contaminating the environment. Most of Nisolo’s products are made in their own facility in Peru, where…

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Out with the old and in with the new for 2016? Be sure you're recycling items properly. Here are some helpful tips for batteries, electronics, cooking oil and more.

How to Properly Dispose of Anything: A Guide to Recycling Common Household Products

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This infographic outlines the disposal process for several different categories of waste and, from reading through it, it’s good to see that the amount of waste ending up in landfills has decreased drastically.

What Happens to Our Waste? [Infographic]

This infographic outlines the disposal process for several different categories of waste and, from reading through it, it’s good to see that the amount of waste ending up in landfills has decreased drastically.

E-Waste What it is ?#safe earth #future generation #e-waste

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Doggie Dooley ... a mini septic system for your dogs that eliminates the use of plastic bags and additional landfill use.

Doggie Dooley - Mini septic system for your dog. Use the included shovel to scoop your dog's waste into the tank.

The business of garbage. Tons of facts about garbage and our need to recycle! From: Business Degree.net

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Secret life of garbage infographic. The world throws away more than 750 million tons of garbage each year, and not all of it ends up where you think. The averag

Male chicks are useless to the egg industry. They are bagged alive and thrown out like garbage or ground up alive within days of hatching.

If you eat eggs. Male chicks are useless to the egg industry. They are bagged alive and thrown out like garbage or ground up alive within days of hatching.

The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulations came into force in 2007. Retailers, or distributors, are responsible for providing a network of free disposal facilities to consumers for B2C WEEE.

The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulations came into force in 2007. Retailers, or distributors, are responsible for providing a network of free disposal facilities to consumers for B2C WEEE.

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