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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 79 months ago in Going Green & Recycling | +3 votes | 0 comments
What you really need when you are down and out and sick is the sense of growth and optimism that we get from nature, from the sounds of birds, from wind and water.Human beings have always had a very close interaction with nature and early man spent most of his time outdoors as he hunted for food provided by nature and generally living close to nature.We spend most of our time in artificial environments that we cannot change, its more important than ever that our home be a place of respite.
Published by Kiran 80 months ago in Going Green & Recycling | +8 votes | 6 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 82 months ago in Going Green & Recycling | +11 votes | 7 comments
Searching for the ultimate green energy source is key for man's survival. Going green does not take much of an effort and you can start it at home. Here are 7 green energy tips that can help you lessen your carbon footprint. It will not only help you make a contribution in preserving the Earth's natural resources but will also save you lots of money in the long run.
Published by toiken 83 months ago in Going Green & Recycling | +7 votes | 6 comments
Sometimes it seems as if reusing and recycling things is a new concept, but in reality recycling has been around for centuries as part of human culture. It just wasn't called recycling in earlier times; that is a fairly recent term. Feed sacks provide an example of recycling dating back to the 1800's that still has value in today's society.
Published by Laure Justice 83 months ago in Going Green & Recycling | +4 votes | 1 comments
Go green by recycling greywater and use it to flush the toilet, water the lawn or irrigate the garde, A greywater recovery/recycling system can conserve as much as 27, 735 gallons of water every year for a family of four.
Published by Jerry Walch 83 months ago in Going Green & Recycling | +15 votes | 9 comments
Living green means protecting the environment in every way possible. One of the ways that we can do that is by reducing the amount of fossil fuels, like gasoline, that our cars and trucks consume.
Published by Jerry Walch 83 months ago in Going Green & Recycling | +28 votes | 18 comments
Published by Review Summaries 84 months ago in Going Green & Recycling | +0 votes | 0 comments
Recycle your old coffee grounds by using them to deoderize your refrigerator, clean your pots and pan, as insect barriers and traps, and much more.
Published by Jerry Walch 83 months ago in Going Green & Recycling | +18 votes | 9 comments
Your carbon footprint is probably quite a bit bigger than you think. Reduce it.
Published by Pat Veretto 84 months ago in Going Green & Recycling | +11 votes | 11 comments
Ideas to re-purpose and recycle household items you might normally throw away.
Published by Ron Warner 85 months ago in Going Green & Recycling | +8 votes | 4 comments
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