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Recycling is important, but first and foremost; Use less. The things you do use can often be used over and over again - either for the same purpose or for something totally new. Be creative. Not only are you cutting back on your resource use; you'll also end up with some cool eye-catching conversation starters.
Set aside bins in your green home to separate and collect recyclable materials, including newspapers, white paper, clear and coloured glass, plastic water and milk bottles, aluminum, cardboard, batteries, and fluorescent light bulbs. Chock with your local trash-collection company, municipal government or business directory to find out what recycling services are available.
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Is your yard in need of a makeover? You can give it a much-needed update while at the same time using eco friendly landscaping to reduce your carbon footprint.
There are simple, cost-saving methods to spruce up your yard that save you time, money and protect the environment. Here are five ways you can "GreenScape" your lawn, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Click here for more information.
Spiff up your home with house plants! One way to spruce up your house and bring some life back is by adding houseplants - or repotting the ones you already have if they've outgrown their cramped containers. If you've noticed, hardware stores, the big home improvement warehouses and the big drug store chains pump up their houseplant volume just in time for the New Year.
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