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Audubon Lifestyles Welcomes Bio S.I. Technology as a Platinum Member

Bio S.I. Technology, LLC ( was formed in 1999, and has a team of experts who have over 20 years of experience producing microbial products.  Bio S.

Bio S.I. TechnologyI. Technology, LLC formulations are made with soil borne microbes and do not contain laboratory engineered or manure based microbes.  Bio S.I. Technology, LLC constantly strives to improve their products and to use cutting-edge testing methods for improving the consistency of every product made.  Their goal is to help improve the health of the soil so that crops have more nutrition and help the environment at the same time.  Bio S.I. Technology, LLC products help to build healthier soils, producing healthier foods which will lead to healthier people.

By joining as a Platinum Member, Bio S.I. Technology, LLC has joined an exclusive group of individuals, businesses, non–profit organizations, universities and municipalities who are actively showing their support of The International Sustainability Council and Audubon Lifestyles.  Their support and membership allows Audubon Lifestyles and the ISC to expand their efforts in promoting sustainability on a global scale.

“We are excited to join with the International Sustainability Council and Audubon Lifestyles as a Platinum Member” said Cheryl Tucker, President of Bio S.I. Technology, LLC.  “Additionally, we are excited about promoting the concepts and principals espoused by the Sustainable Landscape Program to encourage commercial and municipal landscape managers to take specific actions on the ground” continued Ms Tucker.

R. Eric Dodson, CEO of Audubon Lifestyles said, “We are excited to welcome Bio S.I. Technology, LLC into the Audubon Lifestyles family.  Bio S.I. Technology, LLC is showing that they are a global leader and advocate of sustainable causes by becoming a Platinum Member and are leading by example.  Their commitment and efforts in promoting sustainable landscapes and agriculture should be commended.”


SustainAbility Newsletter Archive Article (random)

Saving Resources


Most of the materials that go into making what we use -- from airplanes to toilet paper -- are made from nonrenewable resources that are being rapidly depleted. U.S. reserves of oil, aluminum ore, and iron ore are disappearing. At today's rates of consumption, world copper reserves will be depleted in less than 100 years.

What you can do
Recycle materials you use- Recycling saves resources, decreases the use of toxic chemicals, cuts energy use, helps curb global warming, stems the flow of water and air pollution, and reduces the need for landfills and incinerators. Make an effort to participate fully in your town's or your building's recycling program. If there's no recycling program where you live, encourage local officials to start one. If you have a recycling program where you live, work to expand it. In the meantime, learn where you can take items such as paper, cardboard, glass, aluminum, plastic, and tires to be recycled, then take your recycling there.

Buy recycled products- Look on the label for the products or packaging with the greatest percentage of post-consumer recycled content, which ensures that a percentage of materials have been used before. Try to buy paper products that have more than 50 percent post-consumer content.

Compost- Composting reduces the burden on overflowing landfills and gives you a great natural fertilizer for plants and gardens. Buy a composting kit at a garden supply or hardware store. Start with yard trimmings, fruit and vegetable food scraps, and coffee grounds.

Buy products with less packaging- A large percentage of the paper, cardboard, and plastic we use goes into packaging -- much of it wasteful and unnecessary. When you buy a product, look at the packaging and ask: Can it be reused? Is it made of post-consumer recycled materials? Is it necessary at all? Reward those companies that are most enlightened about their use of packaging by purchasing their products. Contact companies that overpackage and tell them you will be more likely to buy if they eliminate unnecessary packaging.

Use durable goods- Bring your own cloth bags to local stores. Replace plastic and paper cups with ceramic mugs, disposable razors with reusable ones. Refuse unneeded plastic utensils, napkins, and straws when you buy takeout foods. Use a cloth dishrag instead of paper towels at home, and reusable food containers instead of aluminum foil and plastic wrap.

Fast Facts

  • Each person throws away on average four pounds of garbage every day.
  • The energy we save when we recycle one glass bottle is enough to light a traditional light bulb for four hours.
  • One gallon of motor oil can contaminate up to 2 million gallons of water, so please dispose of used oil properly!



References and Sources used in this issue of SustainAbility Newsletter Include:

Audubon Lifestyles

The International Sustainability Council

Home Yard Waste Compost Guide

The US Environmental Protection Agency

Landscape Lighting
A Consumer Guide to Low Voltage Outdoor Lighting

Solar Light Store

Saving Natural Resources
Natural Resources Defense Council

Organic Farming
Organic Farming Research Foundation

National Agricultural Library

Local Government & the Environment
Project Vote Smart

Audubon Today
Audubon International


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A Coalition for Good - Spreading the Seeds of Sustainability

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Funds generated through memberships and donations are used to provide fruit & vegetable seeds, wildflower seed mix, and wildlife feed & birdseed to urban and suburban communities around the world. These seeds are used by communities to establish fruit and vegetable gardens, bird and wildlife sanctuaries, and for the beautification of urban and suburban landscapes by creating flower and native plant gardens.

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