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3 Easy Household Tips for Going Green

May 22, 2009

Your home, no matter where you live, is a great place to start giving back to Mother Nature. Here are some fabulous tips on how to make your living habits just a little bit greener. Not only will these tips help you save the planet. They’ll also help you save some money too. Enjoy!

Break the bottled water habit and drink tap water instead. It’s estimated that families often spend hundreds of dollars a year on bottled water. Many, if not most, of these empty water bottles are destined to end up in a landfill. Making the move to drink tap water from a reusable bottle can help you save money and aid the environment.

Switch to paper towels made from recycled paper. Over 90% of American households use paper towels, creating over 3,000 tons of waste each day. Switching to recycled roll paper towels can help cut down on all this trash.

Buy produce from local farmers markets that use organic growing methods instead of reaching for a prepackaged serving at a grocery store. You’ll be supporting local business, saving money, and helping your family eat healthier – all in one simple action.

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3 Responses to “3 Easy Household Tips for Going Green”

  1. joanne kitchener - June 1st, 2011 at 9:55 am

    Thats for the advice, like most people at the moment, I’m really into saving where I can! There are so many little things you can do around the house that soon build up into a routine.

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  3. Car Lease Broker Los Angeles - October 6th, 2011 at 1:32 pm

    The farmer’s market cost more than the grocery store… but the taste is worth it.

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