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Eco Spring Break

Eco Spring Break

It’s finally here, the week you have been waiting for – Spring Break. As you hit the open road in search of sun, sand and endless fun, remember to keep your spring fling green. There is a myriad of activities and things you can do to give the environment a break, while still enjoying yours. [&hellip

Direct Energy Buzz – March 9 edition

Direct Energy Buzz – March 9 edition

Our first full week in March has come and gone. The weekend is beckoning us to join it in just a matter of hours. Is anyone spending some time with the kids on their upcoming spring breaks? Or just taking some time to relax for yourself? Share your plans with us! Monday we were getting [&hellip

Reducing Your Carbon Footprint

Reducing Your Carbon Footprint

Spring is the perfect time of year to do some traveling. As you follow your feet on new adventures, don’t forget to keep track of your footprint or rather… your carbon footprint. A carbon footprint is the total amount of greenhouse gases or carbon dioxide and methane that is caused by an organization, event, product or [&hellip

Green “spring” cleaning

Green “spring” cleaning

February is over and March has officially begun, which means we’re gearing up for spring! Thus, this month we will be focusing our blog post on all things related to the spring season. It’s time to shake the dust off your rugs and get ready for the most notable task that marks the beginning of [&hellip

Direct Energy Buzz – March 2 edition

Direct Energy Buzz – March 2 edition

Can you believe we’re already in March? Even with the extra day in February, it’s hard for us to believe that it’s almost spring! Just a couple more weeks and it will be here. We are really looking forward to that! We’ll let’s jump into this week’s recap. On Monday, we shared something pretty neat [&hellip

Recycling Cell Phones

Recycling Cell Phones

You love your new iPhone or Blackberry, but what did you do with your old cell phone? Did you throw it away or recycle it? In the U.S., 165 million new cell phones are sold every year and on average people get a new cell phone about every 18 months, which means that every year [&hellip