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Going green is preserving our feature. There are many ways to think green; from becoming a one vehicle family to using public transit to reduce pollution. Recycling materials such as plastic bottles, aluminum cans, and glass reduces production and landfills. You can also donate use items like clothing, toys, cars, and house hold items to thrift stores to reduce waste. These things provide a less expensive alternative to lower income families.

The core of living more sustainably is: rethink your need for a product or resource, reduce your usage of it, reuse it if possible, and recycle it whenever you can. Here are some of the simple, cost-effective ‘green’ items you could use.

Going green is good for everyone! US Standard Products has eco friendly cleaning products that are better for our planet—why not tackle the April task now?

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Washable, cotton bowl covers - an eco-friendly alternative to plastic wrap

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Original BowlOvers™ Reusable Covers for Bowls - An eco-friendly alternative to plastic wrap

50 Ways Your Home Could Save The Earth: Apart from the suggestion to use the microwave for more cooking, these are excellent tips!

50 Cost-Efficient Ways To Make Your Home More Eco-Friendly

50 Ways Your Home Could Save The Earth: Apart from the suggestion to use the microwave for more cooking, these are excellent tips! - Home Fix Up Today

8 Guilt-Free Cleaning Products to Make at Home http://www.livestrong.com/slideshow/1011358-8-guiltfree-cleaning-products-make-home/

8 Guilt-Free Cleaning Products to Make at Home

Keeping your home cleaning doesn't have to include harsh chemicals that are bad for you and our environment! Check out these environmentally clean cleaning tricks

Energy Efficient Home Upgrades in Los Angeles For $0 Down -- Home Improvement Hub -- Via - Energy Efficient Home Improvement Tips and Ideas

I want to do my part in trying to eliminate waste when it comes to my hair care regimen. Here are a few tips to save my planet while maintaining great curls:

100 Steps to Plastic-Free Life from My Plastic-Free Life

100 Steps to a Plastic-Free Life

live a Zero waste lifestyle. So many recipes for everyday items and ideas to reduce the amount of waste you create.

Zero Waste Nerd: A Zero Waste Kit. I think that the stainless straw and spork is a bit over the top. But perhaps this kit would be good for people who eat out a lot (and really really love straws!). I never buy bottled water when out and I rarely buy food out (it's cheaper to bring my own from home).

My Zero Waste Kit

Zero Waste Nerd: A Zero Waste Kit. But perhaps this kit would be good for people who eat out a lot (and really really love straws! I never buy bottled water when out and I rarely buy food out (it's cheaper to bring my own from home).

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