Recycling saves energy and helps keep valuable materials out of landfills and incinerators, and our artists use this concept to create their art.
Sound Beach, NY (PRWEB) October 7, 2008
Earth's Journey, a new online art gallery for Eco-Artists and Crafters has just announced its endorsement of the EPA's WasteWise Program. The program is designed for organizations that demonstrate their leadership in the environmental arena and play a pivotal role in conserving natural resources and preventing pollution.
The new eco-artist website, devotes itself to the environment, so it's only natural their next move was to become an endorser of the EPA's WasteWise Program. The website dedicated to high-end artists and crafters who only use recycled, up-cycled and/or environmentally friendly materials has just recently launched, and has already attracted some esteemed eco-friendly artists to its website.
"We've just recently announced that 10% of our profits will be donated to an environmental charity each year, so it seems a natural progression to help endorse the meaning of the Environmental Protection Agency," states Tina Santillo, owner of Earth's Journey. The WasteWise Program is a initiative sponsored by the EPA through which organizations reduce municipal solid waste benefiting their bottom line and the environment. "Recycling saves energy and helps keep valuable materials out of landfills and incinerators, and our artists use this concept to create their art."
Earth's Journey has only been online since September '08, and the results of their success are based on how people are dedicated to saving the planet. Eco-Artists and Eco-Shoppers alike are passionate about this reality, and more and more people are looking at buying "recycled beauty" especially in this time of economic crisis.
Visit Earth's Journey at http://www.earths-journey.com.