October 11 - October 25, 2017

Bev Carlson

Hennebery Eddy Architects

Points Total

  • 0 Today
  • 0 This Week
  • 306 Total

Participant Impact

  • up to
    waste composted



Compost Food Waste

I will avoid sending up to .69 lbs (.31 kg) of food waste to the landfill per day by composting my food or learning how to.



Use Reusable Bags

I will not accept any disposable bags when making purchases.



  • Bev Carlson 10/25/2017 7:34 PM
    Climbed our ladder outside today to clean out  the second floor clothes dryer cover that  catches the dryer lint. Collected the lint and put it in the compost.

  • Bev Carlson 10/25/2017 7:30 PM
    Declined a paper bag to carry out my to go lunch.

  • Bev Carlson 10/24/2017 8:12 PM
    Brought  my banana peel home from my work lunch today so I could put it in my home composter.

  • Bev Carlson 10/24/2017 8:09 PM
    Carried my library books in my reusable bag today.

  • Bev Carlson 10/23/2017 8:46 PM
    Kitchen compost is overflowing after precutting  several kinds of raw veggies for the veggie snack box. I just packed it in more and shut the lid and hope it stays on till morning when it will go into compost.

  • Bev Carlson 10/23/2017 8:42 PM
    Used my Chico reusable shopping bag while at the mall today. I really like how the ripstop  nylon seems to expand to hold a large amount of purchases.

  • Bev Carlson 10/21/2017 7:53 PM
    A head of Romaine lettuce was forgotten in the produce drawer in refrigerator.
    Part of the lettuce was brown and went into the kitchen compost. I don't like wasting food, but knew that the ruined lettuce will make good compost in the garden.

  • Bev Carlson 10/20/2017 8:14 PM
    Some of my ripe tomatoes had Blossom End Rot. Saved about half of each tomato and composted the bad parts I had to cut out.

  • Bev Carlson 10/19/2017 9:06 PM
    Simply amazing how fast the kitchen compost container fills. Feeling good that it's not going to the land fill.

  • Bev Carlson 10/18/2017 9:21 PM
    We have a lot of compost helpers in our compost bin. Lots of flying insects, red worms and other bugs are busy making our kitchen compost into a great addictive for our garden.