Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Here is the Hazelwood guide to recycling all of your old things.
Want to go green? Interested in recylcing? Well you're in luck. Find out how to recycle everything in Hazelwood. The city is encouraging all residents to put their recyclables in the 65-gallon cart and take them out to the curb for pick-up on a regular basis. Items that CAN be recylced include: Items that can't be recycled include: What did we miss? Tell us where you're recycling, reselling and donating your gently used items.
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
Would you pay $1 for the reusable plastic cup now available at St. Louis area Starbucks coffee shops?
In an effort to lesson the load of trash from disposable cups, Starbucks is now offering a new reusable tumbler. (Get instant news updates. Like Hazelwood Patch on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.) The Seattle-based coffee company is now selling the plastic cups for $1 at St. Louis coffee shops, including the two in Hazelwood on North Lindbergh and at St. Louis Outlet Mall. In fact, Monday evening, both West County locations reported they were already sold out of the tumblers, but expect more later this week. The cups bear the Starbucks logo and resembling the paper cups. Starbucks is also offering a ten cents discount for each refill. According to USA Today, the $1 tumbler is reportedly the latest effort to address criticism and …
Sunday, April 22, 2012
It's Earth Day! We've got a few tips for living a life that's good for you AND the planet.
Happy Earth Day City of Hazelwood! To celebrate a day dedicated to going green, we’ve got a few tips for Patch users on how to live a life that’s good for you and the environment. Here’s what to do if you’re… …a bride or groom-to-be! When deciding where to get married, the Missouri Department of Natural Resources says, “Think local. A trip to an island might sound like fun, but taking a wedding party and family members to exotic locations will consume a lot of energy and dollars. Missouri offers many beautiful indoor and outdoor locations for weddings, including state parks and historic sites.” …a kid! There are plenty of school supplies that are better for the planet. Check out soy crayons, biodegradable pens or non-toxic, acid free …