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Green Guide 2010

City Weekly’s annual guide to going green in Utah.



Two Sides of Being Green
Pay Now, Save Later vs. Green on the Cheap
By Austen Diamond

Pain In the Glass
Recycling glass hasn't always paid off, but it might someday.
By Jesse Fruhwirth

With Our Powers Combined
Community groups are saving the planet, one element at a time.
By Austen Diamond

Green Beer
Squatters is committed to the environment, community & profits.
By Ted Scheffler

Selling Green
Eco-retailers swing for sustainable home runs.
By Austen Diamond

Green Trash
Mayor Ralph Becker wants to extend the landfill’s life.
By Anna Sullivan

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