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Being Smart When Being Green

by John Doe
January 11th, 2008

smart-green.jpg With the need for turning your home into the green home for the sake of our planet, the problem is what do you do with your old “not-so-green” products? It is great to replace as many items as possible that will help the environment, but most people have no idea what to do with the items after the change.

Sure, if you need to purchase a new light bulb or a computer, try your best to purchase from companies that have a recycling program or information about recycling of products. Many many items that are being replaced are made from “not so friendly” materials and should be properly disposed of so that they do not end up in our landfills.

Computers: When you purchase a new energy saving computer (and the latest computers use about 25% less energy than older models, consider recycling by donating to your local school or church.

Here is the link you can visit to help find where you can recycle your batteries.

If all else fails, plant a tree! Not only does it reduce CO2 in the air, but it also helps fight global warming!

Great, now that your home is a green home, what matches with green?

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