How to sort trash, recycle and go green with environmentally friendly products in Germany.
Making a few small changes to your daily doings could make a big difference to sustainability—and the Army’s energy bill!
These event recycling tips will help you keep cleaner and greener with ease by helping you reduce waste at the source.
Since 2005, commissaries have recycled or diverted almost 1.6 billion pounds of waste from landfills all around the world.
In Stuttgart and Böblingen off-post, an ordinance regulates how residents can clear icy sidewalks.
Wasps are very common insects during summertime, however, it is not permissible to kill insects by law in Germany.
USAG Stuttgart eliminated the use of paper Interactive Customer Evaluation (ICE) comment cards throughout the garrison.
The Green Boot program recognizes organizations for taking steps to reduce waste and preserve resources.
Instead of buying disinfectants, window cleaners, furniture polish and other cleaning agents, why not make your own?
Remember, portable heating devices are not allowed for use in garrison facilities.
Battery disposal options for car batteries, household batteries and more.
In the event of a fine dust alert, special fine dust public transportation priced tickets are offered.
In less than five years, the Army has engaged in 127 energy-saving projects that now exceed $1 billion in investments.
Germany is placing particular focus on greening the economy in the region, including from a tourism perspective.
Commissaries reduce environmental footprint through recycling, food donations, and environmentally friendly products.