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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. 3 Ways to Go Green When Furniture Shopping — February 21, 2018
  2. 5 Eco-Friendly Projects That Will Dramatically Upgrade Your Home’s Appearance — February 21, 2018
  3. Stay Comfortable and Save Money with Honeycomb Shades — February 21, 2018
  4. Can Solar and Wind Energy Really Be Replaced? — February 19, 2018
  5. How to Lose Weight Quickly Without Damaging Your Health — February 19, 2018

Most commented posts

  1. Fun Ways to Go Green! — 53 comments
  2. Be Forewarned About the Datura Inoxia (Devil’s Trumpet) Flower — 45 comments
  3. Green holiday gift ideas for anyone on your list — 41 comments
  4. Reuse and Recycle Salvaged Building Materials — 31 comments
  5. How to Renovate your Bathroom in an Eco-Friendly Manner — 23 comments

Author's posts listings

Feb 21

3 Ways to Go Green When Furniture Shopping

Saving the planet does not always mean performing heroic acts. Sometimes it means taking small steps towards doing things that favor the survival of the planet. Going green may seem daunting and complex. It should not. It should be as easy as doing what you know is right. Switching off a light as you leave …

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Feb 21

5 Eco-Friendly Projects That Will Dramatically Upgrade Your Home’s Appearance

Buying a home is the largest single purchase most of us will ever make. The excitement of seeing your home for the first time, getting to move in and live there is unexplainable. The pride and sense of accomplishment is undeniable. The only more exciting than buying your home, is building it. And modular homes …

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Feb 21

Stay Comfortable and Save Money with Honeycomb Shades

If you’re looking for a reliable choice for your home’s window coverings, you can’t really go wrong with honeycomb shades. These are often referred to as “the workhorse of window treatments,” and for good reason: they provide privacy while letting light in, and they also contribute to isolating your home. During the cold winter months, …

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Feb 19

Can Solar and Wind Energy Really Be Replaced?

There is a heated debate going on for a long time now; one that our daily lives largely depend on. Our source of energy for everyday living, fossil fuels such as natural gases, petroleum, oil, and coal, are originally formed from animals and plants that lived billions of years ago that became buried deep under …

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Feb 19

How to Lose Weight Quickly Without Damaging Your Health

How to lose weight is a question, almost every one of us asks once in our life. In the time we are living in, things are working in a way that even the slenderest of person is getting affected by the unnatural and junk food.  But the good thing is we care, that is why …

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Feb 19

5 Ways To Conserve Water In The Home And Yard

Just one leaking pipe can cost you thousands of dollars and waste a huge amount of water. You can lose 1,500 liters of water an hour if a pipe bursts! Research shows that Australian households spent more than $5 billion dollars on water in 2013 – 2014! That’s a huge amount of water. Here are …

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Feb 14

5 Upgrades That Will Make Your Plumbing Eco-Friendly

A few simple lifestyle changes can dramatically decrease your carbon footprint. Starting with your own home, you can upgrade various plumbing equipment to make it eco friendly and energy efficient. As the world slowly becomes more environmentally conscious, new brands of eco-friendly products make going green unbelievably easy. While many of these upgrades you can …

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Feb 14

Linear Actuators Make the Greenhouse More Comfortable

Plants grow in different kinds of weather conditions. Some places on earth cannot support certain types of plants, but man in his creativity and shrewdness devised ways to grow such plants wherever he wants and hence the development of greenhouses. In a greenhouse, plants are given the weather conditions appropriate for their growth and this …

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Feb 12

How to Easily Make Your Plumbing Eco-Friendly

It almost feels like the world is coming apart. California is headed back into a drought and South Africa is nearly out of drinking water. Having spent a few years working for a company that specializing in plumbing in Las Vegas, Nevada, I learned a few tricks to save water and electricity. If you’re like …

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Feb 12

3 Deadly Secrets About Chemical Cleaners That You Need to Know

Adverts portray household cleaners as totally safe to use; but the reality is actually more sinister than you would expect. While these chemical cleaners are useful in sanitizing, degreasing, washing, and whitening our surfaces and clothes, they also contain 3 chemicals that are harmful to our water and air because they contribute to smog, reduce …

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Feb 07

5 Tips to Keeping Your Office Clean

The average person spends about 40 hours a week in the office. Whether that’s a company office or you are working from home, that’s a good chunk of time to spend in one place. So you don’t want to waste a lot of time searching through piles of junk to get those important documents that …

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Feb 07

The Sun is Rising on Solar – Solar Across the US and EU

Solar energy is still a largely untapped resource in the United States. While the past decade has seen a massive increase in solar in both the US and across the world, fossil fuel interests still hold an iron grip on much of the energy market. The benefits of solar energy have been downplayed by many …

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