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Transcript of Going Green!
~If you're running the bath or shower waiting for the water to heat up, put a large bucket under to catch the water. Use this water for plants, pets, cleaning etc.
~Use barrels to capture rain and save it for the next time you have to water your garden or lawn.
~You'll use a lot less water if you only run your laundry or dishwasher with a full load. Running two half loads uses twice as much water.
~Keep some water in the fridge for an instant refreshing ice cold glass of water. No need to run the tap. A couple ways to save energy are:
~Your cell only takes a couple of hours to charge, so don't leave it plugged in overnight.
~Give your computer a good night's rest too, and you'll save money and CO2.
~The screensaver on your computer uses the same amount of power as when it's on and being used. Switch your PC off if you're going to be away for a while.
~Turn your heating down before bedtime saves energy, and once you're tucked in you'll never notice the difference. A couple ways to reduce waste are:
~If you're planning to do some spring cleaning, hold a yard sale or donate old items to a second hand shop. You'll be surprised how valuable your junk is to someone else.
~Mow your lawn when it's dry, and leave the clippings lying on the grass to break down and feed the lawn underneath.
~If you have a water cooler at work, use a glass to fill up instead of using paper or plastic cups from the dispenser.
~Check out some local used clothing stores to find vintage fashions. it's a great way to recycle, cuts out carbon emissions made by making new clothes and it's unique!