Archive for October, 2011
By Dev on October 24th, 2011
It is getting close to that time of year again where children go trick or treating, jack o lanterns and spooky goblins come out at night. During this time of year we can see our out of pocket expenses skyrocket due to having to purchase costumes for our children to wear. Getting costumes can be a pain and a very big expense while also being bad for the environment. The materials that some of the costumes are made of can be very harmful for the environment as this has led many individuals to want to make their own costumes.
By Dev on October 23rd, 2011
If you meet someone in the street or online there is usually a good chance that the person you are speaking with is doing something to try and become greener and better for the environment. There are many ways that we can do this but it takes time and a willing to become green. Some may start out really small only changing a few things and other people may start out large, converting their home into one big green powerhouse. Unfortunately in this day in age many of us cannot afford to do that so we choose to start out small and there’s no better way to go green than to start worm composting.
By Dev on October 22nd, 2011
When owning a dog the last thing that generally crosses are mind is making our dogs go green. Making a dog become greener would be a task in itself but there are ways that a pet owner can help their dog go green and help save the environment while being safe as well. In the latest invention of the green world, green dog collars are surfacing.
By Dev on October 21st, 2011
Nothing beats the outdoors like great lighting in the evening. Great lighting means that you can entertain people and sit outside and enjoy that night time air. However, many of those outdoor lights can be harming the environment and harming your power bill. Many outdoor lights suck up energy and if you see a rise in your power bill after you get lighting for your outdoors area this is the reason. Outdoor lights can use a ton of energy so it is best if you go with solar outdoor lighting and a unique approach is solar tiki lighting.
By Dev on October 20th, 2011
Do you ever get tired of hearing or seeing reports about the landfills? Have you seen where a lot of landfills are filled up with mostly plastic bags that are used for sandwich storage? These bags are quickly filling up the landfills across the country. These bags can sit in the landfill for many years and release chemicals into the air. This harms the ozone layer and leaves a mess for future generations. Many people who have decided that they want to go green are trying to do something about this by switching to reusable sandwich containers.
By Dev on October 19th, 2011
Becoming green is harder than many people think. Going green means that you strive to better your home and yourself for the environment. This includes using solar power, using other alternative energies, preserving water, and many other green techniques that will help us go green. Meters have become a popular tool in helping people who want to go green make sure that they are saving water and conserving energy when they can.
By Dev on October 18th, 2011
Going green can be very easy if you know what to do and do plenty of research before you decide to go green. Going green can help you decrease your carbon footprint and help the environment but it can also help you decrease your energy bill. All during the year we can have outrageous heating and cooling bills as well as outrageous power bills. If we follow some simple power saving tips we will be able to save a ton on our power bills.
By Dev on October 17th, 2011
Many people are doing everything in their power to go green in their homes. Many of these people are forgetting about their yards. There are many different ways that you can go green in your yard helping conserve energy costs and helping to save the environment.
Ways That You Can Go Green
Turning your yard into a green environment is quite easy if you do a little research and check and see what ways would help you be the greenest. Here are few ideas to help get you started in going green in your yard.
By Dev on October 16th, 2011
If you have seen on the news how bad the environment is, you have probably been scared and wanted to know how you could help fix our environment. Most of the damage has been done and is irreversible but with a few changes to your everyday life you can become green. Going green will help you and help the environment. Green energy is usually the first step in going green.
By Dev on October 15th, 2011
Near the end of life many people do not really consider what will happen to their ashes or body upon death. Many people are buried in the ground or their ashes are stored in an urn or other such container. What if you could go green even after you die? In a shocking design a designer choose to make a unique approach to the world of bird feeders and human ashes.