Since all of your actions impact our environment, you may be interested in ways that you can lessen your effect. Don’t know where to start? In addition to the information found on the Governor’s Energy Office web site, featured in a previous posting, a good place for information is the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment’s lengthy Environment Topic Index A to Z. Sample links found there are listed below.
Household hazardous waste collection events and facilities
Solid waste landfills list
Batteries compliance bulletin
Fluorescent lamps compliance bulletin
Household hazardous waste management options
Thermometer spill cleanup
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