Fw: Saving Water, Eco-friendly Weddings, Green Autos and MORE!
The saving water article is very interesting. I might try the bottle in the toilet. It's a "green" thing to do without invasively (and expensively) changing my home.
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|June 2, 2009 Newsletter|
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Save Sixty Gallons of Water Without Missing a Drop With summer on the horizon, it's time to start thinking about how to keep your water usage in check; drinking more, filling up the kiddie pool, watering the garden, and hosing off sandy feet post-beach all mean a daily consumption that's much higher than in the winter. But trimming your H20 intake doesn't have to mean drastically changing your life. Small actions—like putting a gravel-filled bottle in your toilet tank or cutting shower time by a few minutes -- can save about 35 gallons of water each day, while mulching your garden provides a one-time payback of about 25 gallons. All together, you can save of loads water without ever feeling the heat.
How You Can Save 60 Gallons of Water Today!
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