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To share eco tips &
To discuss changes we can make.

Saturday, June 6, 2009

22 Cheaper Ways to Go Green

While over at I came across this article, "22 Cheaper Ways to Go Green". It features things like (I put my favs in bold):

Bummis diaper covers

PowerGorilla Portable Laptop Charger

EcoPods "absorb shock and vibration for washers and dryers, something that (who knew?) wastes a lot of energy and money. Ecopods says you just prop the appliances up on the pads, and they'll be clean, green, washing machines, that make zero noise, break less frequently, and are energy efficient. "

Flush Puppies "are water-soluble poop bags that will dissolve in less than a minute, so you can throw them in any toilet or just throw them in the trash."

Green Veranda bags (left) Now these are cool. The whole site is, so check it out.

Little Kay Gardens gift wrap "It's seeded with wildflowers, so it can be planted instead of thrown away."

Truegreen Laundry Washer and Dryer Balls, "with eco-friendly materials and a special molecular ionization process, promise to clean clothes without using harmful chemicals. You can even wash your clothes with cold water and skip rinse cycles, so you save electricity and water. Each ball ($20) lasts months. "

Now, cheap is subjective in this case because some of these things seemed a little pricey for me, but I am truly cheap. Still, some are really neat.

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