Christina Caldwell

Christina Caldwell

Contributing Writer

Christina Caldwell is a Phoenix, Arizona-based freelance writer and contributor to Earth911.


  •  
Locally sourced compost is at the center of buy-compost.com's model.
H&G
News from Christina Caldwell
Buy-compost.com highlights sellers in your zip code within a 125 mile radius.

READ MORE »


Unlike these typical medical syringes, the Bioneedle has zero waste associated with its use.
News from Christina Caldwell
Bioneedles are “tiny, biodegradable, mini implants” that are pre-filled with vaccines and dissolve in the body in a matter of minutes.

READ MORE »


The 2nd Marine Logistics Group looks to reduce its solid waste sent to landfills by 50 percent. Photo: Cpl. Jessica Gonzalez, 2nd Marine Logistics Group
NEWS
News from Christina Caldwell
They do their part to protect the country. Now they’re doing their part to protect the environment.

READ MORE »


Rather than buying compost for rooftop gardens, The Durst Organization, Inc. creates its own from employee food waste.
H&G
News from Christina Caldwell
The waste is transported upstate to be turned into compost, then returned to the city for gardening.

READ MORE »


Thousands of pounds of oyster shells act as a reef outside a St. John's County, Florida historical site.
NEWS
News from Christina Caldwell
The man-made reef has become the home of 40 species of sea dwellers.

READ MORE »


A model holds the new Samsung Evolution Kit at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show. Photo: Samsung
News from Christina Caldwell
The Evolution Kit, unveiled at this month's CES, acts as an upgrade to Samsung televisions between the purchase of sets.

READ MORE »


Goodwill Columbus unsellable book donations are turned into paper towels, toilet paper, tissue and more through Green Marketing LLC.
A&E
News from Christina Caldwell
Previously, books that could not be sold made their way to the trash, winding up in landfills.

READ MORE »


Inmates learn to repair broken or otherwise unusable eyewear using a lensometer and other specialized equipment.
News from Christina Caldwell
Prisoners in Las Vegas’ Florence McClure Women’s Correctional Facility are learning skills in how to recycle and refurbish spent eyeglasses

READ MORE »


7,900 households will participate in Austin's composting pilot program.
H&G
News from Christina Caldwell
The eco-friendly southwestern city launched a curbside compost pilot program earlier this month, utilizing 7,900 households for the initial launch.

READ MORE »


Sixty nine percent of the single women studied recycled, compared to 58 percent of single men.
NEWS
News from Christina Caldwell
The study was conducted by Understanding Society, a group that studies household behaviors.

READ MORE »


Spanish scientists run a combination of paper waste and clay through a pressurized machine to create bricks. Photo: University of Jaén
News from Christina Caldwell
The researchers collected cellulous waste from a paper factory and combined it with construction clay.

READ MORE »


Starbucks set a goal to have 25 percent of its drinks sold in reusable containers by 2015. Photo: Starbucks
News from Christina Caldwell
Customers that use the cup get a 10 cent discount on each drink.

READ MORE »


+ Load More Posts