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Transcript of Green Living
Growing your own vegetables, fruit and herbs is great because you know where your food is coming from and it is fresh from your own backyard. It is also affordable and excellent to share with the family. 1. Grow
6. Wash Other than recycling your recyclables your household can compost various things from scraps of food to leaves and grass in your front yard. This creates fertilizer that can be used for future gardening on soil. Reduce your everyday use of energy, transportation and use of resources. Try riding a bike to and from where you need to go or walking is another great alternative. GREEN Wash Switch to cold water washing and save 80 percent on energy used for laundry and save an estimated $60 a year. Recycling is the right way to dispose of paper, plastic, glass, metal or unwanted electronics.
This reduces the pollution and waste that can be recycled. Reduce the use of energy in your household. Turn off the lights when they are not being used as well as any electronics. Hang dry your clothes instead of using the dryer and save numerous amounts of energy. Do YOUR part. Simple ways. Save the environment. Live Green. Monica Arnuco Donating your unwanted and reusable clothing, toys, or household items to your local charities or thrift stores.
It is an opportunity to reduce your clutter but also provide for others who might want it at a low price.
This option helps the environment intact and recycles items that can be reused.