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.