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Earth Day 2013 Will Be Celebrated April 22nd, with the continuation of “A Billions Acts of Green”

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Join In The Celebration!

“A Billion Acts of Green is an international movement, started in 2010, and continuing today to protect the planet and secure a sustainable future” by getting people involved and pledging into action.

The “Billion Acts of Green” movement has reached 1,019,859,449 and counting, with a new goal of 2 billion.

In addition, “A Billion Acts of Green” is now focusing on featured actions like the extended “Wind Energy Production Tax Credit” for the production of electricity from utility-scale wind turbines; recycling e-waste, planting 10 million trees, and use of solar panel and more.

How can you celebrate Earth Day?

If you have no idea how to take action, you can go to the earthday.org web site and be inspired by others who have planted trees and flowers, cleaned up beaches and waterways, started a school recycling program, collected trash in your neighborhood, recycled old keys, and the list goes on .

And, of course, you know “There’s an app for that.”
Many apps for your 24/7/365 Earth Day endeavors.

I’ll be covering Green apps as my countdown to Earth Day 2013 begins.
This weeks app is iRecycle

iRecycle

A free universal iPhone/iPad app, “iRecycle is the premiere application for finding local, convenient recycling opportunities when you are on the go or at home. iRecycle provides access to more than 1,500,000 ways to recycle over 350 materials.

♻ FIND LOCAL RECYCLING FAST

iRecycle can tell you how, where and when to recycle just about anything. Using your current location, ZIP code, address or city, get access to vital details for collection points, such as website, phone number, directions, hours of operation and other materials collected.”

 iRecycle by Earh911, Inc.

 

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