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If you think that you have to be a trash expert to be really good in disposing your household hazardous wastes, then this tip will definitely convince you otherwise. #householdhazardouswaste  
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Recycling aluminium cans saves 95% of the energy used to make them from new material! 

Give your old things a new life ....
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Purge Your Environment From The Hazardous Effects Of E-Waste!

Consumers must get familiarized with the proper guidelines of disposing of e-waste so that they can minimize its worst effects. Read more here:
http://hummingbirdinternational.net/the-hazardous-effects-of-ewaste/

#ewasterecycling #wastemanagement #reusereducerecycle  
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Water is the most precious natural element. Not surprisingly, it is also the most used and therefore, the fastest depleting resource.
http://lifegreensystems.blogspot.in/2015/02/artificial-recharge-cure-for-indias.html
Water is the most precious natural element. Not surprisingly, it is also the most used and therefore, the fastest depleting resource. While water is being used in several ways, urban cities mostly depend on groundwater cons...
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So, you're wondering how to go a little greener at college/university? Look no further, we've got just the thing for you. 

Here's our brand new feature length article including interviews with a student all about how to be the ultimate eco-friendly student. 

#EcoFriendly   #GoingGreen   #Recycling  
Bills, uni costs and job worries all add to student stress. What about the environment? Here, we show you some easy ways to be an eco-friendly student.
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If you are a city person like me, you will totally relate to the need to run away to a beach or the nearby hills once in a while. The city’s concrete structures make the environment really harsh, dry and quite honestly very boring. Before you get lost thinking about those gorgeous mountains, I have a …
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Some useful tips for nobbies. Most of the #rubbish   we produce can be reduced, reused or recycled... Let's go the green way!
First, I would like to acknowledge that I'm quite aware it is next to impossible for all these tips to be implemented all at the same time. The ...
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Confessions Of An Eco-Villain
I did a lot of things at university that weren't very green. And not just with food excess. My lights were left on all day and night, I had a mountain of plastic bags hidden in wardrobes, under beds, in cupboards and in drawers ... I'm quite sure I h...
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While you may think keeping your electronics can solve the problem… think again!

Read more: http://hummingbirdinternational.net/recycle-with-e-stewards-recyclers/

#ewasterecycling #wastemanagement  
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What an eye opener....what we throw away, doesn't really go away! Not that this is a revelation to me but it makes me think twice...
EVERY single piece of plastic that has ever been created since the 19th century is still SOMEWHERE on our planet. So if it never goes away, where does it go
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The Art of free energy .Using lamp shades Vases jars or glass of any kind you can light up your favorite space with free energy falling from the sky .What you see here is a solar lantern made from an old #oil   #lamp  Some #glass   #beads  some #fancy   #wire  twisting or chain a #solar  yard light  and this is what you have.
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Instead of using plastic containers or products, look for things made from natural materials: glass, wood, cotton or other natural fabric, stainless steel, hemp, jute, rubber, and so on.
Learn over 35 alternatives to plastic, everything from toothbrushes to hard hats.
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#DYK Children belonging to poor families work to dismantle gadgets and earn a small livelihood, making the rubbish their treasure. This also leads their health towards hazards.

Learn more here: http://hummingbirdinternational.net/e-waste-management-to-save-children/

#Ewastefact #wastemanagement  
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It's Easy Being Green! 7 Ways to Empower Your Kids to Recycle: http://bit.ly/17wnEM3

Children are the future! This blog post highlights 7 ways that we can inspire our kids to reduce, reuse, and recycle. It all starts with fostering a love of nature and a strong sense of responsibility!
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Simple and easy ways to tackle global waste...

It may be difficult to get rid of the waste completely but a sincere effort would definitely help in its reduction to a noticeable level.
Find out more at:
http://hummingbirdinternational.net/10-ways-to-tackle-global-waste/

#wastemanagement #wasteremoval #reducereuserecycle  
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Pretty great read on the green housing gong on in Seattle. As many as 45% of new homes being built are going green! Plus, they have some great design choices as well. 

http://crosscut.com/2015/02/09/environment/123833/green-building-seattle-growth-passive-heating-haus/
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Looks like a nice place to live.?
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