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Green Tips

  • Green Tips {Enviornment}

  • Green Tips [Energy Conservation]

  • Organic Farming

  • Use LED lights: LED does not contain mercury, lead & other hazardous substance, so it can avoid secondary pollution & protect environment.

  • Giving living plant than flowers: Give your loved ones a living plant instead of cut flowers.The plant will stay green long after, the flowers have wilted and been thrown into the trash.

  • Eating Raw-vegetable good for health and saves energy; Eat more raw vegetables which are healthier for you as well as saves on cooking energy.

  • Let food cool naturally; Let food cool naturally to room temperature before putting it into your fridge.Keeping hot foods in a fridge uses a lot of energy bringing the food down to the right temperature.

  • Reuse your water bottle. Avoid buying bottled water. In fact, reuse everything at least once, especially plastics.

  • Turn off lights and electronics when you leave the room.

  • Unplug your cell phone charger from the wall when not using it.

  • Recycle your newspapers.

  • Go to your local library instead of buying new books.

  • At holidays and birthdays, give your family and friends the gift of saving the earth.

  • Bring your own bags to the grocery store. Given a choice between plastic and paper, opt for paper.

  • Consider organic cleaning products like vinegar, borax, and baking soda.

  • Landscape with native plants.

  • Go paperless at work. Distribute company information and post company material online.

  • Turn your car off if you’re going to be idle for more than one minute.

  • Don’t run the water when brushing your teeth.

  • Consider buying a fuel-efficient car or a hybrid.

  • Drive smart. Cut carbon emissions 5 to 30 percent by avoiding vigorous acceleration and excessive braking.

  • Plant a Tree - It's good for the air, can keep you cool, and can increase your property value.

  • Stop paper bank statements - Why waste paper getting your bank statement mailed to you when you can just check it out online.

  • Use Matches instead of lighters - Lighters are usually considered disposable so they will most likely end up in land fills. You can use the cardboard matches which are much more eco-friendly because they are made of recycled material.

  • Get a reusable bag - You can't recycle plastic bags, instead get yourself a reusable bag so that you won't have to worry about carrying your necessities.

  • Walk or Ride Your Cycle When you can - If you have to go somewhere close consider riding your cycle or walking there instead of your car. It's better on the environment and healthier.














 




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