Earth Day is a holiday dedicated to honoring and protecting the environment on April 22 and it is around the corner. It is founded by Gaylord Nelson, United States Senator, in 1970, and Earth Day was created to inspire awareness and appreciation for our planet’s environment.
Every year on April 22, over a billion people in 190 countries take action for Earth Day. Across the globe, individuals, communities, organizations, and governments acknowledge the amazing planet we call home and take action to protect it. People all over the world recycle their old unwanted electronics, plant trees, clean up their communities, contact their elected officials, and more—all on behalf of the environment.
Earth Day’s message is about the personal responsibility we all share to “think globally and act locally” as environmental stewards of planet Earth has never been more timely or important.
Today, the world is facing enormous environmental problems. Earth’s finite resources are being stretched to the limit by rapid population growth, air, water and soil pollution, and much more. Global warming, spurred by our use of fossil fuels for energy and transportation as well as mass-scale agriculture and other human activities, threatens to push our planet beyond its ability to support human life unless we can meet the growing need for food, energy and economic opportunity within a sustainable environment.
Our planet is in crisis due to global warming, overpopulation, and other critical environmental issues. Every person on Earth shares the responsibility to do as much as they can to preserve the planet’s finite natural resources today and for future generations.
According to a study released just before Earth Day, Americans throw away 400 million units of electronics each year and they are on track to toss another 50 billion over the next decade. 44th Earth Day is coming up and it is a great opportunity to start recycling your old electronics. NTRecycling can help responsible businesses and consumers who want to recycle their outdated computers, laptops, monitors, TVs, wires, cables, etc.
Electronics recycling is very important for our Earth. On this 44th Earth Day, NTRecycling is offering free electronics recycling services. For additional information about e-recycling please visit our website www.ntrecycling.com, send us email via firstname.lastname@example.org, or give us a call at (301) 937-0393.
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