I’ve been fascinated with the whole ‘going green’ thing, but in a spectator kind of way. I mean, I do the easy stuff. I conserve energy by turning off lights. We have low energy appliances. We recycle. But I have to admit that I have not made sacrifices for the well-being of our environment. Embarrassing but true.
But the more and more I hear what people are doing the more I wonder what I can do. A couple weeks ago I subscribed to the Bullseye Glass blog. I’ve been accumulating some Bullseye and just got a small order in last week. So I thought I might read some of the posts on the blog to see what’s going on in the world of Bullseye.
Little did I know that Bullseye Glass is environmentally and socially conscious. Lani McGregor blogs about installing huge, and I mean HUGE, liquid oxygen system that helps them to save on fuel. They got rid of bottled water and paper cup waste by installing a filtered water drinking fountain and teach you how little acts can make a big difference. Like collecting spare change for the local food bank. They even plant trees.
But I have a feeling the theme is pretty entrenched since their beginnings. The thing I want to know is…why isn’t this more public?