May 10th, 2013
Recycling is vitally important if you wish to clean up and save the planet. The great availability of recycling bins can lead us to taking the value of recycling for granted. This is a shame because once we start to take something for granted, we cease really giving it the consideration it truly requires.
Recycling has a massive amount of value because it preserves natural resources. For example, recycle plastic instead to throwing in the garbage means less petroleum will be required to produce more plastic. Petroleum, of course, comes from oil. The more oil (more…)
March 20th, 2013
Living green means reducing your environmental foot print by being conscious about the resources that you use on a daily basis. Everything from reducing the amount of water and energy usage to changing your method of transport will help save our planet’s valuable resources.
Going green is as easy as turning off the water or installing water-saving shower heads. Turning off the lights when out and installing energy-efficient bulbs and turning to walking, biking, or even carpooling can help cut carbon emissions.Additional information can be found at (more…)
March 18th, 2013
Living Green Starts at home, and if you are someone who is deeply invested in doing so, you’ll find that it is a lot easier to get started than you think. Don’t bite off more than you can chew, and just start small!
First, remember that you can always find another use for things. Instead of throwing old clothes out, consider donating them instead, as this allows people to get the most use out of clothes that are already made. (more…)
March 15th, 2013
Recycling is a simple thing that even the busiest people can do without too much extra effort to help save the planet. Start recycling with these basic steps.
One of the easiest ways to get started with recycling is through sorting out the parts of your basic trash that can be recycled. Most areas have some sort of recycling system in place to handle cans, plastics, glass, and paper. Sort these four garbage types into separate (more…)
March 11th, 2013
Every year, the average American throws away over 1,200 pounds of garbage. A typical American family will toss out nearly 4,000 pounds of waste that could be recycled, composted, or donated. We are slowly burying ourselves in a mountain of trash. However, making simple steps every day, such as recycling, has the power to change the world.
Recycling has many positive effects, immediate and long term. Landfills around the world emit dangerous gases and are overflowing with waste.(more…)
March 10th, 2013
Importance of Green Living
Individuals are often concerned about pollution that is affecting the earthâ€™s water, soil and air. Living a greener lifestyle everyday can help to make improvements to the planet. If every individual begins to make changes, the level of pollution will steadily decrease. An individual who lives a green lifestyle finds ways to avoid using the planetâ€™s natural resources. Most people have become mindless concerning consumption of wood, water, oil, metal and other resources from the earth.Never heard of (more…)