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Dec 20

7 Simple Tips for a Green and Eco-Friendly Holiday Season

When the holidays roll around, most of us are wracking our brains to try and get the best gifts for our loved ones. Unfortunately, the holidays also tend to be the most wasteful time of the year, with piles of discarded wrapping paper, decorations and party supplies heading for the nearest landfill. This year, how …

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Sep 09

6 DIY Composting Bins

There are many advantages that come with composting. Not only does it serve as an excellent fertilizer for your garden and lawn, it also benefits the environment by decreasing the amount of garbage bags that you send to the landfill. Compost is often referred to as “black gold”, because it revives and enhances plants when …

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Sep 07

Think Before You Send Your Trash for Recycling

Regaining Your Footprint As more and more cities and towns have begun recycling programs, we are trying to undo the years of toss and throw. More than 75% of all cities and towns have some sort of recycling program underway but the difference in what is a recyclable and non-recyclable change from city to city. …

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Sep 07

Scrap Metal Recycling: The Best Way to Go Green for Cash

Are we doing any good to the environment is the question of conscience that has been stirred by people, agencies and authorities which truly care for our planet and genuinely want to leave the environment in its pristine form for the posterity. And because of their collective indomitable efforts to keep a check on pollution …

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Sep 07

Here’s the Easy Way of Recycling Things

No talks at whatever levels can be as effective in saving the planet as what a mere act of recycling and reusing at individual level can. Recycling is the process of converting waste materials into usable objects. The basic idea behind it is to enable people to avoid the wastage of potentially useful materials and …

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Aug 16

5 Daily Use Items That Can be Recycled for Good

Before you throw something away because you think that it is junk, you should take a good look at it. There are several items that you think are trash, but can be recycled to be used in a different way. If you know how to repurpose certain items, you can be more organized and even …

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Aug 11

Why Companies Should Buy Used Office Furniture as Opposed to New

You are standing in the store, pondering whether or not to pick up that shiny executive office chair to add to your business. Congratulations – you are halfway there. But before you make that decision, allow me to make a suggestion. When it comes to purchasing office furniture, chances are you are working on a …

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Jul 28

Creating a Greener Business – Is It Possible?

Considering a global survey identified 53% of consumers prefer to purchase products or services from companies with a strong dedication towards environmental issues, it is clear the ideology of sustainability being ineffective cost-wise is a misconception. Realistically, reusing even the simplest of equipment and supplies can provide any business, small or large, with the environmental …

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Jul 04

DIY Recycled Herb Garden

Image: source   Did you know that 50% of the plastic produced in the world is only used once? And did you know that plastic is being produced at a quicker rate than it can be recycled? There are plenty of ways to reuse those plastic items from your house, as well as your neighbors’ …

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May 04

How to Breathe Life into Old Household Items

We sometimes shop around for items we think we need when we have exactly what we want lying around the house. Rather than buying something new, think of how you could give your old household items new life! Who knew recycling could be so fun? Here are just a couple of project ideas to save …

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Apr 07

Simple and Unique Bedroom Décor Ideas

A bedroom is not just somewhere you sleep. Bedrooms are the most private places in any house. Your bedroom is a place where you seek refuge and leave the demands of your everyday routine outside. This is where you find solitude, silence and also peace and relaxation time, especially if you have kids running around …

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Mar 28

Take a Risk to Improve Your Recycling

In our day to day life we use multiple products which are non-degradable. Non-degradable products means which cannot be degraded or broken down by mother earth. Non degradable pollutants are mostly heavy metals, plastics, some hazardous chemicals etc. Considering the increasing environmental pollution in recent years, we can help to reduce environmental pollution by reducing …

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