Summer is wrapping up and that means fall is right around the corner.Read More What Goes in my Compost Cart?
The city recently upgraded the public electrical vehicle (EV) charging stations it operates at the Round, The City Library, and the Griffith Building.Read More City Upgrades Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
Food is a precious resource and there’s a lot more to save than money when we reduce wasted food.Read More The Value of Food
Did you recently get a new TV or maybe a computer? Have you wondered what to do with the old one?Read More Recycle Your Old Computers and TVs With Oregon E-Cycles
Purchasing a new vehicle is a big decision. Switching to an electric vehicle might be an even bigger one.Read More Electric Vehicle Rebates and Incentives
Reduce waste this holiday season with some creative packaging and gift giving.Read More Waste-Free Holiday Tips
Whether you’ve got a hankering for fried rice or need your iced coffee fix, there’s no denying that takeout containers are convenient.Read More Enjoyed Some Takeout Recently? Take the Containers out to the Trash!
The City of Beaverton supported many of the legislative items focused on the environment that passed this session.Read More The State Legislature Takes Climate Action, Supported by City
Most cleaning projects can be handled by simple, everyday ingredients like vinegar, baking soda and soap.Read More Greener Cleaners — Simple Tips for a Safer Home
When it comes to talking about climate change solutions, the focus can quickly turn to solar energy, electric vehicles or some new, flashy or exciting technology, like carbon capture, wave-generated power or seaweed farming.Read More Save Money, Save Energy, Help the Environment