Go Green!

Go Green!

Monday, January 25, 2010

Biodegradable,Recycling,Green Saving Tips!

Go green in your home! Discover Green Solutions That Will Put Money In Your Pocket And Help Save The Planet! Tips On Saving on household products, that save energy, organic foods, recycling, and environmentally friendly products and eco products that lower carbon emissions and reduce wastes and also one of my favorites is solar products!

Going green is no longer an option but a necessity! Everyone and every member of our world should go green to protect our planet. Discover more than one hundred green solutions that will help companies become more earth friendly , will save you loads of money and turn you into a green economically friendly person!

You know how everyone drinks their water out of plastic bottles. We have all done it....well, those plastic bottles will never degrade. Plastic is not biodegradable. What happens to plastic is that it sticks around for thousands of years photo-degrading (from light). Right now, on a daily basis millions of these plastic bottles are thrown away. Disposable razors and blades are all over the landfills and remember plastic does not bio-degrade. Plastic will be on the planet for eons. Go Green!

Another of the prime examples of how going green saves you money is switching from bottled water to filtered tap water. The average family spends some $1,400 a year on bottled water. And the worst part is that 95% of the plastic bottles are not recycled! For less than $100 you could get a high quality staged water filter to make your tap water perfect.

We all use too much water. Go green in the home by cutting back as much as you can. We could all, collectively, save one billion gallons of water a year by changing our old flush toilet cisterns. The old ones use three and a half gallons per flush and the new high-efficiency ones use just over one and a quarter gallon. It makes a big difference! If you did only this to go green in the home you would save 20,000 gallons of water every year, and pay a lot less in water bills.

There are many examples of how going green saves you money. Kermit the Frog was wrong - it IS easy being green, and it saves you money at the same time.

What can you do?

Go to Click Here!">to get 119 tips on how to recycle,and reuse such things as coffee grounds and a lot more really useful tips on how to save money and keep our earth green!

Decide today that you're going to become a local hero in your town and neighborhood. Make a commitment to going green and learn how you can get even better results.

You may think your dishwasher is also an energy drain, Strangely, it isn't. If you use it fully filled it uses less resources than if you wash by hand.

Set your washing machine to wash clothes in cold water. Modern cleaning powders don't need hot water, and heating the water is what consumes most of the energy that the washing machine uses.

Use less water. Check all faucets for leaks and fix any you find. Take shorter showers, don't bath, and consider getting a new toilet cistern that will use less than two gallons of water per flush. Using less water uses less energy and saves you money!

Once you know these little tips and tricks, it's easy to go green in the home! Let me know if you have used any of these tips? I can personally say that I have used some of these tips and they are awesome! So support the earth! Do you already?

I will tell you I have always preferred washing dishes by hand! But now I use the dishwasher when it is completely filled up! Do you wash your dishes by hand or like me feel like you have to clean them before putting them in the dishwasher? I have also replaced my toilet cisterns and this has saved a bunch...have you?

God Bless!

Looking forward to hearing from you on your green earth saving tips!


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