Tucson, Arizona (NAPSI) - You may be able to save yourself both trouble and money and help save the planet at the same time. It’s easy when you’re careful to recycle your electronic equipment with the aid of a certified recycler.

Denver, Colorado (NAPSI) - For most teenagers today, the environment is too important to be ignored yet, according to a recent study conducted by Harris Interactive, nearly 75 percent of 14- to 18-year-olds believe kids their age are not taking enough action to increase their knowledge of and help solve environmental issues we face.

Colorado Springs, Colorado (NAPSI) - A clever way to save energy can help you keep your home heating money from going out the window. That’s because windows provide the biggest openings between indoor air and the elements outside and the biggest opportunity for valuable energy to escape, accounting for approximately 25 to 50 percent of energy loss in a home.

Houston, Texas (NAPSI) - A properly maintained vehicle can keep you on the road to safety and savings. It will run more efficiently and extend the life of your vehicle. Even if you don’t feel the results from each small improvement, several together can make a big difference. Here are three to consider:

Seattle, Washington (NAPSI) - When it comes to education, where children learn can be as important as what they learn. Why? The physical condition of an actual school building affects the bottom line for every school. Money spent to heat or cool a poorly maintained school building is money that could instead be directed to student needs, such as more books or teachers.

Yuma, Arizona (NAPSI) - This may come as a pleasant surprise: The nation’s solid waste and recycling industry the same companies that pick up household trash and haul it away may also be lighting and heating your home.

Seattle, Washington (NAPSI) - A different type of bike ride is rolling across the nation. That’s the word from researchers who say more and more Americans are using bicycles for short, utilitarian trips, especially in urban areas.