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Jun 15

5 Eco Friendly Products for Your Home

Eco-friendly products have minimal harmful effects on the natural environment. Today, organic products have become more popular among homeowners. People are more conscious of their environment and health conditions. Companies also use eco-friendly production processes and materials to manufacture green products. Green products are increasingly replacing their non-organic alternatives. However, eco-friendly products used at home …

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May 29

8 Tools To Be Used In Gardening

The gardening is the hobby of plenty of people and in order to work to expert level, the people are required to use few tools. These tools make the gardening and planting process easy and also necessary for hygiene. Spade The spade is a shovel with the short handle used for digging the small holes …

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May 04

4 Ways to an Eco-Friendly Kitchen

Adopting an environmentally friendly lifestyle in your kitchen does not require a complete remodel. Simple tasks such as introducing a small herb garden to your windowsill or composting food scraps will make your kitchen greener. Here are four ways to create a more eco-friendly kitchen that doesn’t involve the sledgehammer. Windowsill Herb Garden Herbs are …

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Oct 10

Gardening Teaches Us Recycling Skills

Gardening is the exercise of growing plants as part of horticulture (a science which studies the art of cultivating fruits, flowers, vegetables and any other kinds of cultivar). It is a great recreational activity or hobby that can teach you a lot of things especially in saving the environment without costing much expense financially. You …

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Sep 19

What Should You Be Doing With Your Unwanted Waste?

Every year, individuals produce hundreds of kilograms of disposable waste without thinking much about the consequences. In a world with finite resources and billions of people all doing the same, it doesn’t take long for major consequences to be felt from this behaviour. From overflowing rubbish dumps to polluted roads, all of what we use …

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Sep 12

6 Top Tips for an Eco-Friendly Garden

With climate change at the back of everyone’s minds, it’s hard to know where to start when it comes to doing our bit for the environment. There are some obvious solutions such as walking more and spending less time in the shower, but making just a few changes in your garden can make a world of difference. Follow …

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May 24

How to Make the Exterior Your Home Eco-Friendly

Today, everyone is becoming increasingly aware of the importance of eco-friendly practices in and around the home. Whether they’re looking at renewable energy sources or they’re starting to do more recycling, there are hundreds of ways everyone can do their bit for the environment. However, when it comes to the exterior of your property, there …

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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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Aug 10

Going Green in the Garden with Compost Direct

Leading compost and garden supply company Compost Direct has created a visual to help you go green in your outdoor space. Discussing topics like composting, recycling and growing your own, the infographic shows the small changes you can make to your garden to make it more eco-friendly. In the visual you can learn the following: …

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Oct 14

Infographic: Why, How & What to Compost

Compost is a mixture that consists largely of decayed organic matter and is used for fertilizing and conditioning land. Home composting reduces the need for water, fertilizers, and pesticides and encourages a higher yield in crops. Consisting of nutrient-rich brown and green material, compost creation is low-maintenance and can be done on both small and …

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Aug 24

How To Recycle, Reuse, and Reduce Every Day

When everyone started climbing on the Recycle, Reuse, Reduce bus I wondered what had taken them so long to realize that we only have one planet and at the rate we’re going it’s going to be used up, worn out and pretty much broken down in a couple of decades. I’ve always been a little …

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Nov 19

Green Thanksgiving: Let’s Give Back the Planet Its Original Color

It is that time of the year again. Thanksgiving is just around the corner and there is plenty to do in anticipation of this wonderful holiday. It won’t be long before Halloween and then before you know it, Christmas is upon us! But unfortunately there is a down side to all this celebrating. Did you …

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