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It is easy being green
Despite what Kermit the Frog says, it is easy being green! Here
are some easy suggestions to implement in your home and neighborhood.
- Launder less - Consider washing your bath towels and bed sheets less
often. Laundering less often not only saves water and energy (oil, gas, electricity)
but it also prevents unfriendly substances, such as bleach, being dumped into
- Toilet water savers - Install toilet tank diverters into your flush
toilet tanks. You can even use a plastic jug or a brick, saving up to 3 liters
of water per flush.
- Energy efficiency - Use low flow showerheads and energy efficient
light bulbs. Both solar and wind power are excellent also energy alternatives.
- Garden water - Use gray water from your sinks and showers to water
your gardens. Also, consider an underground drip water system instead of a sprinkler.
The drip system can be easily made from a plastic pipe and reduces the amount
of water lost due to evaporation.
- Material - Make cleaning cloths from old bed sheets or stained tablecloths.
Avoid the small, plastic lotion and shampoo bottles by using glass bottles or
economy size bottles instead. Why not consider using broken china as mosaic in
your next DIY project?
- Chemicals - Avoid the irritating effects and costs of chlorine by using
a saltwater chlorinator for your pool. Use a natural bug spray instead of a chemical
based one; it smells nicer and is just as effective!
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