The electronics recycling bin at the transfer station in Beacon, NY.
photo: Sarah Womer/ zerotogo.org
In recent posts on her Zero To Go blog, Sarah Womer introduces the E-waste dumpster now at the Beacon Transfer Station and then revisits the dumpster with concerns about the handling of that material and the ultimate fate of this material.
The Zero To Go site has a wealth of information and recommendations for the recycling of E-Waste and other forms of waste too. It’s worth checking out.
An AP report appearing in today’s Wall St Journal notes that Nan Hayworth‘s opponent in pursuit of the District 18 Congressional seat, Sean Patrick Maloney, raised $925,000 in the third quarter of 2012.
photo via: community cat coalition
Earlier this month, The Community Cat Coalition posted on its blog a remembrance of Sasha, the ubiquitous, uber gentle and laid back denizen of Nichols Hardware here in Beacon.
A major part of the Nichols Hardware shopping experience was Sasha’s presence, lounging in an empty box, or soliciting some attention and a pet from a customer.
Domivox joins the CCC in extending our sympathy to the Nichols’ Hardware family.