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Clay Miller

Author's details

Name: Clay Miller
Date registered: February 13, 2013
URL: http://www.Ways2GoGreenBlog.com

Biography

I am the creator/writer of Ways2GoGreen.com and Ways2GoGreenBlog.com. I'm an advocate for oceans, beaches, state parks. I enjoy all things outdoors (e.g. running, golf, gardening, hiking, etc.) I am a graduate of the University of Kentucky (Go Wildcats!!). I'm also a huge fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers. I was born and raised in the beautiful state of Kentucky.

Latest posts

  1. Go Green – Eco-Friendly Things to Create Eco Friendly Nursery for Baby — February 28, 2017
  2. How To Recycle Water In Your Self-Build — February 23, 2017
  3. Lower Back Pain: Causes and Treatment — February 14, 2017
  4. 5 Herbs Every Home Garden Should Be Growing — February 1, 2017
  5. 5 Ways to Create an Eco Friendly House — February 1, 2017

Most commented posts

  1. Fun Ways to Go Green! — 53 comments
  2. Green holiday gift ideas for anyone on your list — 41 comments
  3. Reuse and Recycle Salvaged Building Materials — 31 comments
  4. Be Forewarned About the Datura Inoxia (Devil’s Trumpet) Flower — 29 comments
  5. How to Renovate your Bathroom in an Eco-Friendly Manner — 23 comments

Author's posts listings

Feb 28

Go Green – Eco-Friendly Things to Create Eco Friendly Nursery for Baby

Assumption a greener lifestyle and creating an eco-pleasant nursery provides your little one the present of humanizing her quality of life & health. It moreover benefits us all to maintain each part growing and protect biodiversity near and far. Your kid will thank later when she discovers it really is a small world after all. …

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Feb 23

How To Recycle Water In Your Self-Build

One of the biggest waste products from a house is water and while some of this cannot be used for anything else for obvious reasons, there are a surprising number of ways that your water can be recycled.  Such schemes are already being advertised to supermarkets and other large businesses but how can self-build homes …

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Feb 14

Lower Back Pain: Causes and Treatment

Lower-back pain, also known as pain between the legs and the ribs, has been recognized as one of the most popular culprits for discomfort. It usually causes many job-related disabilities as well as being the main reason for absence from work. To make this annoying pain go away, you can always consider the best back …

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Feb 01

5 Herbs Every Home Garden Should Be Growing

If you’re like me, you’ve gone to the grocery store to buy those small jars of herbs and been shocked by the prices of some of them. Even the herbs that are packaged fresh are expensive, especially when you consider that they don’t last very long once you open the package unless you freeze them …

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Feb 01

5 Ways to Create an Eco Friendly House

“Green” building has become not just a trend in recent years, but a legal requirement. Of course, large building firms have budgets to cope with such changes in the law, but you can change your home to a greener, more eco friendly house cheaply enough. Here are five cheap ways: Invest in good insulation You …

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Feb 01

Eco-Friendly Interiors: How to Turn Your Home Green

You waste entire afternoons lusting over the latest Instagram homeware trends, spend a fortune on home style magazines and regularly feel the need to excuse your dingy living room to guests. All the signs are clear – you’re desperate to subject your house to an extreme makeover. And finally, after years of moaning, you’ve got …

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Jan 31

Know About Non-Ferrous Metal Recycling

There are plenty of non-ferrous metals available in nature. Aluminium, copper, lead, nickel, tin, zinc, chromium, titanium, cobalt and other non-ferrous metals are some of the few such metals which don’t decay or lose their physical and chemical characteristics even after getting recycled. Therefore, these metals feature the capability to be recycled as many times …

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Jan 31

Responsible Scrap Car Recycling

If it’s your car we’re talking about, then you owe it to yourself to get the job done properly and not go about it in a half-hearted manner. One thing to keep in mind is that contrary to what people think, all car recycling companies don’t necessarily follow the same rules when it concerns handling …

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Jan 30

Does Air Duct Cleaning Help Your Indoor Air Quality?

As a homeowner, you should understand how important it is to maintain perfect air quality. If the quality of your home’s air diminishes, you will experience an abundance of problems, including increased allergies and even asthma. The bad news is that this is generally a problem that you will not be able to fix on …

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Jan 27

Green Business: How to Reduce Your Environmental Impact

We’re barely a month in and yet 2017 isn’t looking good. By the 6th of January, one street in London had already exceeded the city’s annual air pollution limit. But it’s not just bad news for the environment. That thick and toxic smog that hangs over highly populated cities has been linked to dementia and …

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Jan 27

9 Common Mistakes You Should Avoid When Recycling

You probably know that recycling is one of the most important and effective ways to reduce your carbon footprint and protect the environment. But do you know how much recyclable material is improperly disposed of here in the United States everyday? All those used tires, car batteries, old clothes, and paper waste ends up in …

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Jan 26

Energy Storage Systems Revitalize the Renewable Movement

Energy storage has been a fundamental part of the power grid since it was invented. It allows us to keep our power on when demand is greater than supply, and helps to moderate issues like power surges and storms. It only makes sense that these storage systems would have to be part of our power …

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