Recycling

A large pile of roofing shingles sit Friday behind a fenced area along Industrial Harbor Road in the The Port of Little Rock area. The Little Rock Port Authority is looking for ways to dispose of about 45,000 cubic yards of roofi ng shingles.

A large pile of roofing shingles sit Friday behind a fenced area along Industrial Harbor Road in the The Port of Little Rock area. The Little Rock Port Authority is looking for ways to dispose of about 45,000 cubic yards of roofi ng shingles.

Used clothes useful, recycling board told

Firms discuss ‘green’ efforts in state

Subscriber onlyEveryone on the continent of Africa could get a new outfit if every American donated four pieces of clothing, a co-owner of a Springdale company told the state Marketing Board for Recyclables on Friday. Continue reading...

Tips for living green

There are numerous low-cost ways to live a more eco-friendly life. In fact, being conscious about energy consumption can actually put money in the bank. Continue reading...