by Hannah Hyde
Though the Nashville Earth Day Festival is behind us, there are still ways to celebrate the day dedicated to environmental protection. Some, even from the comfort of your own home.
• Waste Management has a program where they’ll pay you for your old working cell phones, laptops, and miscellaneous electronics. Their Facebook page says the program ends April 22. Example: My iPhone 3GS is worth $41, and considering I got it a year-and-a-half ago for free, that’s a pretty good deal.
• LivingSocial is currently offering a discount on EarthSavers Recycling. You choose to pay $33 for pickup once a month, or $66 for twice, for a period of six months. Both options come with a recycling container. They service parts of Davidson, Williamson, Wilson, and Maury counties. Must purchase by April 22.
• As part of Nashville Film Festival , the film Fall and Winter is a documentary about pollution, droughts and the decreasing natural resources we have available. Showtimes are today at 5:45 p.m. and tomorrow, April 23, at 2:30 p.m., both at Green Hills Cinema. Tickets are $12.