The Steinkeller Brothers: 3 Simple Ways To Protect the Environment

The Steinkeller Brothers are working on several new projects to improve the environment in the world. Their mission is to protect the rainforest and environment.

The Steinkeller Brothers, Aron Steinkeller, Stephan Steinkeller and Christian Steinkeller are working on several new projects to improve the environment in the world. Their mission is to protect the rain forest and environment. They believe all changes start with a small group of people. They’ve worked hard to spread the word and have thousands of followers on their instagram, and their facebook page., Here is the expert advice from the steinkeller brothers on helping our environment:

Become a volunteer like the Steinkeller Brothers

The Steinkeller Brothers operate in various projects. To join a project simply check with your local parks, schools, city government, churches, and civic groups. Let this be the starting point for year-round volunteering! Volunteers are an important part of their trail maintenance and improvement projects

Plant a tree

Earth Day’s Global theme this year was Trees For Earth. In anticipation of the event’s 50th anniversary, EDN wants to plant 7.8 billion trees by 2020! Contact your park district, school, city government, or nonprofits like the Arbor Day Foundation, AC Trees and American Forrest to see where you can volunteer to plant trees. Or, plant some in your own backyard! Register your event with EDN. You can also contact your local officials and use social media to urge others to plant trees in your city.

Host a recycle drive

Get your friends together and collect plastic, metal, glass, and old electronics. Electronic materials can be taken to an e-waste recycling facility to make sure they are properly handled and safely recycled. According to EDN, the United States produces up to 50 million tons of e-waste. Only 20-25% is recycled safely and responsibly. The other 75% ends up in landfills. You can also donate no-longer-used wireless phones and accessories in any condition from any service provider to HopeLine® from Verizon. Verizon donates wireless phones to local domestic violence shelters and non-profit organizations and agencies for use by victims and survivors. These phones serve as a vital link to support services and provide a safe line of communication to family, loved ones, and employers.

These are 3 small steps to go green and get our globe clean.

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