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Help Turn Waste into Energy! Promote Earth Day!

Waste-to-Energy Plant in Demark (Photo from nytimes.com)A plant in Denmark burns household garbage 24 hours a day and converts it to heat and electricity. This has greatly reduced energy cost and reliance on gas and oil.

The U.S., however lacks such a clean and efficient waste conversion process. There are no new developments or plans for waste-to-energy plants. 54% of our garbage goes into landfills. Whereas 54% of the garbage in Europe is converted to energy. All of the garbage in our landfills is wasted energy.

This brings me to the significance of Earth Day and living Eco-Friendly, which should really be everyday! Earth Day started in 1969 celebrate the Earth’s beauty and create awareness towards global warming. Contribute to a healthy and sustainable environment by building awareness with your promotional marketing campaigns.

I hope that the U.S. can look at Germany as an example of how to live and build clean Earth practices.

I read this information about Denmark on nytimes.com. Read the full article here.

One Response to “Help Turn Waste into Energy! Promote Earth Day!”

  1. Help Turn Waste into Energy! Promote Earth Day! said:

    Apr 13, 10 at 1:19 am

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