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The ABCs of a greener home- everything from CFLs and LEDs to VOCs
Harmful and toxic matter is all around us. Certain things may seem beyond your control but you still retain a firm grip on your household. Wouldn’t it be nice to walk into a clean, fresh, and green atmosphere knowing that you’ve created it yourself? It’s as simple as it is effective and nothing extraordinary is required of you, only a few minor adjustments.
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Why to Buy Eco-Friendly Paper Products
Paper is one of the largest contributors to household waste.Attributed to our habits, the United States is one of the biggest paper products consumers in the world; the average American consumes close to 55 pounds of paper products every year.
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Eco-Friendly Handbags
The great thing about the modern environmental movement is that eco-friendly products of every kind are becoming available. Previously, environmentally-conscious consumers were stereotyped with the classic image of a tie-dye shirt, flowing skirts or baggy pants and some kind of hemp-woven bag.
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How to Flush Your Way to a Lower Ecological Impact
In the United States, Americans enjoy a lifestyle that revolves around excess when it comes to resources. One resource that is commonly overlooked is water. You can turn on your faucet and, so long as there hasn't been some kind of disaster, you can pretty much guarantee that water will flow.
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How Much Would You Save if You
There are a lot of small changes that you can make in your home to save money and reduce your carbon footprint. These changes make good economic and environmental sense.
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How To Make Your Own
Any environmentalist knows that waste is a big problem. So, instead of buying products wrapped in plastic and cardboard ( like so many of the over-packaged products out there today ), EnviroCitizen.org suggests that you consider making your own stuff.
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The Things You Should Always Carry in Your Purse or Car (Sushi, Anyone?)
Every environmentalist understands that waste is a big problem. American consumerism lends itself to waste, especially since almost everything that you buy is packaged in plastic or cardboard.
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The Reusable Grocery Bag: It's More than a Fashion Statement
Chances are, you already own a few reusable grocery bags. But, if you're like many Americans, you forget them from time to time when you go to the grocery store.
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The Microwave: The Cost of Convenience
When first introduced to consumers in the late 1950's and early 1960's, microwaves were seen as the technology of the future. Advertisers targeted housewives, offering a glimmering utopia where dinner cooked itself. Today, more than 90% of American homes have microwaves. To many, a microwave is a simplified way to cook food.
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How to Keep Things Out of Your Recycling Bin: Tips to Get the Most Out of Trash
How to Keep Things Out of Your Recycling Bin: Tips to Get the Most Out of TrashEnviroCitizen.org is a big fan of recycling! It keeps a lot of waste out of landfills and helps our society to be more efficient. By definition, waste is unused refuse. The key here is "unused".
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