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Green Tips

Congratulation! you've made the right decision to discover ways to be more green. Going green can be fun, and can save you some green. Homeowners who make certain energy-effiency home improvement by December 31 can cut their 2007 federal income taxes by up to $500.00. These improvements include but are not limited to windows, doors, skylight, water heater and HVAC system.
We are advocating the 3 R's of environment protection. Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle.

Reduce

One way to reduce the your consumption is by decreasing the amount of waste you use. There are many ways of optimizing your energy consumption.

  • Use natural light or day lighting. When feasible, turn off lights that are near windows.
  • Turn off unused or unneeded lights.
  • Unplug equipment that drains energy when not in use.
  • Replace incandescent lights with compact fluorescent lamp (CFL). This can save about 50 percent on your lighting cost.
  • Have a qualified Electrician perform an energy audit.
  • Lower hot water temperature.
  • Wait until you have a full load before you wash your clothes and dishwasher.
  • Select cold water for washing when feasible.
  • Clean or change your furnace filter once a month during the heating season.
  • Insulate water heater hot water piping and tank to reduce heat loss.
  • Purchase only energy-efficient product. Look for energy star products whenever possible.

Reuse

Plastic containers can become food storage, paper can become wrapping paper. The way in which to reuse things are unlimited.

  • Reuse envelopes by placing a new label over the old address.
  • Designate a box for scrap paper and use it for printing all draft or unofficial document.
  • Reuse plastic bags or better get a reusable canvas bag

Recycle

when buying any type of product, see if it is available with post consumer recycled content.

  • Production of recycled paper uses only half the water and 3/4 of the energy than new paper.
  • Every ton of recycled paper saves almost 400 gallons of oil, three cubic yards of landfill space and seventeen trees.
  • If you recycle soda cans, the energy used and air pollution created, is 95 percent less than if the cans were produced from raw materials.
  • You could operate a TV set for estimated three hours with the energy saved by recycling just one aluminum can.

Thinking green means being aware of our interconnectedness with the world and reflecting on the unintended damage we cause nature in the daily course of our lives. Thinking green leads to acting green - taking corrective action to make environmental responsibility a reality.



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