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Jeff McIntire-strasburg
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Lives in St. Louis, MO
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Design studio quality furnishings made from reclaimed wood and other reused materials. #reclaimedwood   #reuse   #furnishings  
Maine's Artas Designs takes used materials like reclaimed wood, and turns them into design studio quality furnishings for a variety of commercial clients.
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Don't trash that old mirror and frame; upcycle it with a little spray paint! #easyupcycling   #mirror   #spraypaint  
Got a perfectly good mirror and frame... that's really ugly? Don't trash it: get a can of spray paint, and turn it into modern decor.
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Freezing food isn't as trendy as fermenting or canning, but it's much more accessible. #freezingfood   #foodwaste   #infographic  
Freezing food may not be as trendy as fermentation or canning, but it's definitely more accessible. Here's how to freeze items you may not have considered.
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Want a better way to deal with dog poop that gets left behind than turning into the poop police? A Knoxville, Tennessee-based company has developed a solution. #dogpoop   #petwaste   #wastebiz  
Tired of picking up other people's dog poop? A Tennessee company has created technology that allows communities to pinpoint offenders.
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Goodyear will start using silica extracted from rice husk ash into tires made in China. #tires   #silica   #recycling   #wastebiz  
After two years of testing, Goodyear will start sourcing silica extracted from rice husk ash for tires made in China. Plus, recycling fishing nets to carpet
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Researchers in China have published findings on the best processes for recovering the dwindling metal indium from LCDs. #indium   #recycling   #recovery  
Scientists from China's Tsinghua University have discovered methods to recover indium from liquid crystal displays for recycling.
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Thanks to our friend +Andrea Devon Bertoli for this awesome overview of the waste challenge... #waste   #recycling   #consumerism  http://sustainablog.org/the-story-of-our-waste/
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Once your kids drink all of those juice pouches, turn the empty box into a DIY picture frame. #diy   #pictureframe   #upcycling  
Once that juice pouch box empties out, turn it into a DIY picture frame. Here are the instructions...
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A new report addresses the recycling industry's relatively high rate of worker injury, and makes suggestions for addressing it. #wasebiz   #recycling   #safety  
A new report reviews the health & safety records of recyclers, and shows that these companies have work to do on this front.
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A trash can with a shelf, designed to raise bottle deposit return rates and provide dignity to waste pickers. They're testing it out in Copenhagen. #copenhagen   #recycling   #bottledeposit  
Copenhagen, Denmark wants to get its bottle deposit return rates up, so it's trying to help out the homeless with a trash can designed for their dignity.
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This DIY juice pouch wallet is an easy project for the kids, and makes good use of a common summertime waste stream. #diy   #juicepouch   #wallet  
Don't just toss those drink bags that the kids are running through. This juice pouch wallet is an easy DIY project for the whole family.
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Norfolk-area entrepreneur George Arbogust wants to bring an architectural salvage and upcycling market to the city's Arts District. #norfolk   #architecturalsalvage   #upcycling  
Entrepreneur George Arbogust wants to open a market and gallery in Norfolk, Virginia's Arts District dedicated to architectural salvage and upcycled works.
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Founder/editor of sustainablog; freelance writer/editor/blogger
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  • sustainablog
    Founder and editor, 2003 - present
  • Sundance Channel
    SUNfiltered blogger, 2009 - 2012
  • Green Options Media
    Senior Editor, 2006 - 2008
  • AGIS, Inc.
    Portal Content Specialist, 2006 - 2006
  • Lincoln University
    Assistant Professor, 2002 - 2005
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St. Louis, MO
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Lake Charles, LA - Las Vegas, NV - Milton, FL
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Long-time green blogger, writer, social media junkie...
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Founder and editor of sustainablog, one of the longest-running environmentally-focused blogs online. Former contributor to the Sundance Channel's SUNfiltered blog, and Treehugger. Former English professor turned green blogger, editor, and publisher.
Education
  • Millsaps College
    English, 1986 - 1990
  • University of Nevada, Las Vegas
    English, 1992 - 2001
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We had a fantastic experience! The repairman was able to arrive a bit early (and called ahead to check); once he got there, he got right to work and fixed our issues very quickly. I was very impressed...
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reviewed a year ago
One of my favorite places in town to get some work done, grab a cup of coffee, or meet someone for lunch. Love the fact that they provide details on the coffees they brew (roast, body, acidity). The food's always good, and reasonably priced. Only complaint I ever have is sometimes the air conditioner is going full bore and its freezing inside...
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
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