Archive | November, 2009

Earth Friendly Christmas Light Organization and Storage

The Christmas Season has officially begun and it’s time for us to start thinking about eco-friendly holiday options. “Stor-Em” Christmas lights provide an eco-friendly way to store and lay out your Christmas lights – the video explains why.

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Top Five Best Selling Green Gadgets and Products

There are many new green gadgets available in the market today. Their uses are varied, but the one thing they all have in common is that they are friendly to the environment. A testament to the fact that people are buying green gadgets is the increasing amount of such items that can be found for sale. Here are some of the top five best-selling green gadgets.

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Recondition Your Old Battery

It’s not difficult to recondition your old battery, although it takes some skill to perfect the process. While the techniques needed to revive a battery are simple, you don’t need to be a rocket scientist to get the job done.

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So You’re Recycling. What About the Companies You Buy From?

The eco-concious consumer knows a thousand ways to be green: take the bus to work, turn lights off when you leave the house, and of course, compost and recycle. Recycling initiatives are on the rise in communities around the world, but individual programs are only part of the solution. Waste, and the potential gains from […]

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Vegetation Blankets for Green Roofing and More

Vegetation blankets can be used to create green roofs, but they aren’t limited to just that. A vegetation blanket consists of a layer of fiber covered in a substrate on which plant life can live; with various plant species growing on it.

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Which Companies Have the Lowest Carbon Emissions?

Beyond making changes in one’s personal lifestyle, how can individuals affect the broader issues of climate change and carbon emissions? By supporting companies that engage in practices which they support.

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Will Vinegar Treat Toenail Fungus?

Toenails are such frequent targets of fungal infection, that this ailment is among the most common in the world. Because the fungus is more likely to grow in dark and damp places, feet and toenails are particularly susceptible. Vinegar is often the home remedy most readily available to address this problem.

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Discover the Threefold Benefits of Alkaline Stabilization

Before the age of modern indoor plumbing, people already knew the benefits of adding alkaline materials to bio waste products. The benefits of alkaline stabilization are threefold.

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