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Apr 18

Here’s How to Organize Your Organic Farming Methods

Organic farming involves running a farm without the use of artificial chemicals and unhealthy pesticides. It means not using growth hormones or other substances to raise livestock and trying to do things as naturally as possible. If you run a farm or you’re thinking of starting one in the near future, there are plenty of …

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Apr 17

Eco Friendly Washing Machines: Front Loader or Top Loader?

One of the first things you need to decide when purchasing your new washer is whether you want it to be top-loading or front-loading. Both options have their pros and cons. Carefully weigh your options as you compare top load with front load washers to determine which type suits your needs the best. Here are …

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Apr 16

The Science Behind How Solar Panels Are Saving the Environment

Our modern society has become almost cripplingly dependent on power generated by fossil fuels, such as coal and oil. As we speak, nearly 40 percent of the energy consumption in the United States comes from homes and businesses. However, most of this energy consumption causes massive amounts of pollution to the water and air. Additionally, …

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Apr 16

The Real Cost of Bottled Water for You and The Environment

An easy way to go green is switching from disposable water bottles to reusable bottles. Making this choice is better for the environment, your body and your wallet. Ninety percent of bottled water’s cost comes from making the bottle. In addition to the 2.5 million tons of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere every year, …

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Apr 16

How Does Cattle Waste Impact the Environment?

If there’s one thing that is constant on many farms, it is an animal waste – lots of it. For hundreds and thousands of years ago, animal manure has been recognized for many essential applications in agriculture. Manure is known as a valuable source of nutrients that can improve many agricultural aspects. From natural fertilizers …

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Mar 25

5 Best Water and Energy Saving Tips for Washing Machines

One recurrent activity done in every household is laundry. This chore is not only tedious to accomplish at times, but also consumes a lot of time and alongside that, water and energy. Energy efficiency only decreases the older the washer and dryer get. However, with these energy saving tips for washing machine, you can keep …

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Mar 22

7 Eco-Friendly Ways to Keep Your Home Comfortably Cosy

If like me, you are quite new to the eco-friendly ways of today, then don’t stress. Wanting to make changes is the first crucial step towards a better world for us all. You might be wondering where to start, or how big to go. If so, then start by thinking about all the areas you …

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Mar 16

Family Eco-Friendly Tips

Respecting the environment is key in today’s world. There are many simple things you and your family can do that will make a big difference. Start by being a role model. In their own day-to-day activities, encourage kids to find ways to limit waste,  Then it will be easy to get your family on board. …

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Mar 13

American Power and Gas Takes Corporate Responsibility to the Next Level

What is the primary focus of most businesses in the start up scene? Of course, there’s the bottom line and the drive to make a profit, but the truly great companies also turn an eye toward social responsibility. American Power and Gas does just that. They strive in many ways to support their communities and …

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Mar 07

Go Green: Top 5 Negative Effects about Industrialization and Development

It is clear that the dawn and rise of industrialization, the environment of this planet has paid a huge and terrible price for the development of industry. Though it has helped us all to live what we believe to be more advanced and civilized lives, it has also caused so much damage to the planet …

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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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