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Those that prefer green living and are interested in taking steps to reduce their impact on the envorinemt may want to consider living in eco friendly house. Green living can bring about very positive changes in one's life. If you are concerned about the environment, it is a good idea to live in energy efficient homes. The overall energy consumption of such homes is less and this greatly benefits the environment.
Published by Maya 65 months ago in Going Green & Recycling | +0 votes | 1 comments
When it comes to constructing a new building, you can use the same old building method, or you can go green. Building a green building can provide you with a number of advantages that you simply will not get with other methods of construction. Here are some of the advantages of building a green building.
Published by Anna K 66 months ago in Going Green & Recycling | +1 votes | 0 comments
During our home improvement sessions that take place every 5 or 10 years or so, we usually end up throwing a lot of things we do not need away. These items may have been damaged or worn and torn to their maximum capacity.Some others may simply loose our interest and practical use.
Published by Anna K 66 months ago in Going Green & Recycling | +2 votes | 0 comments
For years, people have found reasons for why we should avoid making the switch to renewable energy, one of them being that it is expensive. However, when its true value is taken into account, it really does pay for itself. In spite of the protests it has received, renewable energy credits should receive a new tracking system so that they can be better handled. Read on to learn more about a possible future with renewable energy credits.
Published by Malcolm Rutledge 67 months ago in Going Green & Recycling | +3 votes | 0 comments
Published by Bobby Scott 230 months ago in Going Green & Recycling | +0 votes | 0 comments
Reusing plastic coffee containers is a frugal means of organizing household storage for smaller items. The winter season is a good time to gather a nice cache of containers from family, friends and neighbors. Gather the kids together for an afternoon or evening to personalize or decorate plastic coffee containers in preparation of a storage project.
Published by Irene Nevins 71 months ago in Going Green & Recycling | +11 votes | 7 comments
Ideas to re-purpose and recycle household items you might normally throw away.
Published by Ron Warner 73 months ago in Going Green & Recycling | +8 votes | 4 comments
Kitchen compost is a technique used for creating some very good topsoil for your garden. It is the ideal way to make use of your waste food material and left-overs.
Published by PINAKIN THAKRE 73 months ago in Going Green & Recycling | +6 votes | 5 comments
Clothes are among the major necessities of life. It would also be good to know the many ways old clothes can be recycled or repurposed for other functions. Here are some suggestions:
Published by ecapz 74 months ago in Going Green & Recycling | +5 votes | 3 comments
Many items at home are made of plastic and cloth. Many of these items can be recycled for further use in the kitchen, garden, or as decorative items. Here are some suggestions
Published by ecapz 74 months ago in Going Green & Recycling | +2 votes | 4 comments
Keep empty liquid dish soap bottles out of the landfill. You can reuse and recycle them in many ways.
Published by Pat Veretto 76 months ago in Going Green & Recycling | +7 votes | 8 comments
Harder than hardwood, softer than cotton, and edible! Bamboo is used in construction. It's used to make furniture, sheets, and stir fry. Growing and harvesting bamboo is good for the environment, too.
Published by David Guion 80 months ago in Going Green & Recycling | +4 votes | 3 comments
Learn to reduce your energy bills in your home and save money, a great way to save big.
Published by Sichelater Bob 82 months ago in Going Green & Recycling | +0 votes | 0 comments
Reuse discarded items to easily create raised garden beds. Leave the lumber for the builders. Save a tree.
Published by Irene Nevins 82 months ago in Going Green & Recycling | +4 votes | 7 comments
Energy conservation is an essential ingredient in reducing energy costs as well as promoting a healthy environment.
Published by Cherrie Ann Briggs 83 months ago in Going Green & Recycling | +5 votes | 3 comments
The next time you see a computer desk on the side of the road or in a dumpster, grab it. Recycle it into a practical convenient potting bench for your garden.
Published by Irene Nevins 85 months ago in Going Green & Recycling | +7 votes | 5 comments
Here's everything you ever wanted to know about energy saving light bulbs. CFLs can save you as much as $600 a year.
Published by Jerry Walch 88 months ago in Going Green & Recycling | +13 votes | 3 comments
Stop Postal Junk Mail: Free Junk Mail Removal Lists. How to remove your name and stop getting unwanted postal junk mail.
Published by Johnathan Rapp 92 months ago in Going Green & Recycling | +3 votes | 1 comments
Solve sewer and septic issues with a humanure composting toilet. Learn how to make your own bucket bano.
Published by Bethany Learn 96 months ago in Going Green & Recycling | +3 votes | 1 comments
Try these easy and clever ways to reuse tins leftover from canned goods- no special tools or supplies required.
Published by Amanda Antara 96 months ago in Going Green & Recycling | +4 votes | 4 comments
Save money and electricity by cooking with a wood stove. Go off the grid and back to simpler times.
Published by Bethany Learn 96 months ago in Going Green & Recycling | +5 votes | 2 comments
Water Conservation
Published by Charles Buchanan 103 months ago in Going Green & Recycling | +1 votes | 7 comments
Cleaning with salt, Ammonia, Vinegar, baking soda and salt. How to cure household problems with vinegar, ammonia, salt, baking soda and Vinegar
Published by Rae Morvay 108 months ago in Going Green & Recycling | +8 votes | 4 comments
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