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August 4th, 2009
01:29 PM ET

The year of living less trashily

Amy and Adam Korst are trying to get the garbage out of their lives.

Last month they started a year-long experiment-which means constant composting and relentless recycling.

Their goal? To end the year with just one little box of trash.

Kyra Phillips interviewed Amy Korst in the 2p eastern hour today about the year without trash. (Interview will be posted here soon)

Find out more about their project by linking to their blog here: The Green Garbage Project.

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  1. m armstrong texas

    these people evedently dont have any kids .

    August 4, 2009 at 1:49 pm |
  2. CJ

    Detroit needs help. Beautiful people, hard place to look at. Divine intervention needed. If I were a trillionaire I would raz the place and start from scratch and give the great people of Detroit the city and school system they deserve.

    August 4, 2009 at 2:05 pm |
  3. Dick Potticary

    I watched a marine who lost both legs in this war. He did not get proper care in the VA hospital but found help at another hospital. How on earth can this be, we send them over to fight and can't take care of them? I hear stories like this all the time and I can not believe how really say our government is. What can the press do to help these men an women?

    Thank you for reading

    August 4, 2009 at 3:04 pm |

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