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Plastic is produced in huge quantities every year around the world, yet many scientists have started to see the dangers that it can present when it comes to the environment. The issue is that products made of plastic are often used just once, and then they are thrown away.
This page by PortaPotty.net covers various water conservation topics and tips, including a breakdown of water usage across homes and offices, the financial and environmental benefits of saving water, the top ten most common household water wasters, and 25 easy ways for you can cut back on water usage at home.
How green is your office? Have you rated your efforts and found ways that you can be even greener? Find out one more way to help you save the environment in this infographic: Read why recycling paper can help save the world and environment.
When you think of saving the world, what is your first thought like? Do you feel exhausted at even the prospect of trying to tackle a ton of problems that you had a very little hand in creating? If so, you’re not alone, and amazingly you do not have to do much in tackling the world problems aren't done by you as well.
Looking to Feng Shui your garden? Turning your garden into an outdoor oasis and place of serenity can help attract positive energy in many areas of your life, increase the flow of energy, as well as reduce stress and anxiety.
Walmart Canada has announced a commitment to achieve zero food waste by 2025, while Walmart Foundation is providing $15m in grants to support Canadian initiatives and research to reduce food waste along the food chain from farm to fork.
Rather than using toxic chemicals for your spring cleaning activities, get inspired by these eco-friendly tips and go green instead!
In this article, we outline why every homeowner should have a rain barrel set up for rainwater harvesting, how to set up your rain barrel, some of the best uses for rainwater once you collect it, and some important information on the legality of rain barrels in some U.S. states (seriously – in some places, they're outlawed).