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MoNiZoN 11h
The alternatives are there already, so why don’t we start using them?
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Green Earth Family Jan 21
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Anna Keefe, REALTOR® 8h
Did you know that using your dishwasher can result in using less water? Find out how.
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Live for Tomorrow 3h
Take advantage of local recycling programs! In BC, we have to to for their great resources. Visit : to find a depot near you!
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Realty ONE Group Professionals Jan 24
Keep reading to learn why you shouldn't put Styrofoam in a bin.
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Sarah Foster Jan 19
Did you know that coffee grounds are good for composting?
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Susan 10h
Improve your green skills with baking soda. Here's how.
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Olmeca Rich Jan 24
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904House 🔑 Jan 24
Eco-friendly finishes are a nice touch for a home with a farmhouse look.
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Juanjo RTCC Jan 23
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caron  wright Jan 23
Clean the carpets in your new home with baking soda. Here's how.
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Green Earth Family Jan 20
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Linda Price Jan 21
Looking for ways to make your home more ? Growing your own food is a good way to go.
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Hills Landscaping 20h
If freezing temperatures are in the forecast, let faucets drip overnight. The dripping will save much more water than a burst pipe!
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Carletha Singleton Jan 22
If you're in the habit of these items, it's time to change your ways.
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Green Earth Family Jan 18
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Animal Heart Jan 22
Posted • cattitude62 Reposted from respect_earth_ () - I totally agree 🙏🏻 . . . Credits 📸 : zeroxplastic . . . . .
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Ashley Donis Jan 21
The size of your home has a direct impact on making it self-sustaining.
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Hannes Poetter Jan 20
Got leaky faucets? Fixing them can help save a lot of water.
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Green Earth Family Jan 21
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