Hi Kevin. I stumbled onto this site while searching for Great Banquet communities. I lived in Lafayette for a couple of years. Then moved to Fowler. Lived there a year or so then moved back to Danville.
Kevin...it was great to meet you this morning. Sorry it was a little cut short but i appreciate you meeting me so early. I hope you enjod hearing about Giving Sum. I am very proud and passionate about the organization and am looking forward to an exciting year! let me know if you have any questions!
"Burning paper is not good for the environment. I recycle all paper. You can also use it as mulch. Place it underneath your regular mulch or dirt and it makes a good weed barrier until it totally deteriorates into the ground. I also shred everything…"
Good for you for all your recycling and looking for the best alternative!
Reuse is the highest form of environmentally friendly use, so once both sides of the paper are used ;~) please continue to shred and compost it. It adds good organic…"
I live in the country which gives me the opportunity to compost as well as burn. I currently am burning most of my paper, cardboard, etc. Is that the most environmentally friendly? I used to shred and add it to my compost and I can do that too if it is better. I take my glass, aluminum, and palstic to a drop site that would also take paper. So that is an option as well. Which is best? See More