Welcome to the February 11, 2009 edition of Carnival of Trash.
It's that time of the month where everyone gets the opportunity to share their thoughts on the world's garbage. You'll find the bloggers here are from all walks of life, with a different take on all aspects of society's rubbish. This month has a particular American flavour and includes a more contoversial submission that debates the environmental impact on nappies, or diapers as they say on the other side of the Atlantic.
Thanks again to everyone who contributed to this month's carnival. Just keep the trash-talk going and hope to see you again next month. For everyone else, just sit back, enjoy the read and please remember to leave some feedback for all those who kindly sent in their submissions.
CompostingRay K presents How Starting A Backyard Compost Can Save You Money posted at JustSaver.com, saying, "My blog focuses on money saving and time saving ideas and tips for everyday living. We also do a few product reviews and movie reviews. As my site is relatively new, any advice or insight you can provide me would be appreciated.
Myscha Theriault presents The Plastic Bag Dilemma: Seven Strategies for Coping | Wise Bread posted at Wise Bread, saying, "Tip list for using up those plastic bags."
Cindy presents Free Recycled Valentine?s Bag Pattern posted at My Recycled Bags.com, saying, "In honor of Valentine's day, here is a fun and easy craft project that uses recycled plastic bags. The bags are cut into strips to create plarn (plastic bag yarn) and then are crocheted. This little Valentine's heart bag is perfect for holding Valentine cards or candy. The pattern is free at my blog."
Reducing WasteHeather Levin presents How To Have A Green Valentine?s Day posted at The Greenest Dollar.
Andy presents Borders Hates Trees, Smug Yuppie Geeks posted at Doomsday Labs.
Aahz presents The Scoop On Poop: Cloth vs. Disposable Diapers posted at Aahz Reviews Morgan Hill, saying, "Is it time to rethink our stand against disposable diapers?"
Condo Blues presents Organize Your Life with Six Pack Containers! posted at Condo Blues, saying, "I had a hot mess of condiments sliding all over the shelf on the refrigerator door. The solution was a recycling bin away!"
That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of carnival of trash using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.