We’re Halfway Through the April Eco-Challenge. How Are We Doing?

The “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle” Eco-Challenge is at its mid-point and we’ve already made an extraordinary impact. Thirty-one individuals have joined the JouleBug challenge in support of sustainability through waste reduction, and I couldn’t be more proud of what we are accomplishing. Let’s break it down.

Carbon Dioxide

2.2 thousand pounds of CO2 have been saved so far. That is the amount released by powering a home for an entire month, having the same impact as planting 26 tree seedlings. (JouleBug)

Photo Credit: USFS Region 5
Photo Credit: USFS Region 5/Flickr


105 pounds of waste have been diverted from landfills. That’s the equivalent of eliminating 2 bins of garbage, which is the same weight as 2 old TV’s. (JouleBug)



4.7 thousand gallons of water have been saved. That’s the amount it takes to fill an average swimming pool 3 times, and equivalent to the amount down the drain if you were to flush a toilet 3,055 times. (JouleBug)

Keep up the good work, Eco-Warriors! Want to join ‘The Wild Life’ community on JouleBug? Download the app for free from the App Store or Google Play.

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