By Cheryl|2013-03-07T20:59:00-08:00January 4th, 2009|Home Remedies|
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Yes that’s important… the less driving the better.
I think the first thing that should be considered is re-use… Re-use uses no extra energy. For example yogurt pots can be used for germinating seeds (just one thing that comes to mind). After that though this is awesome. I am glad that some companies are taking recycling seriously.
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I agree Forest – although I wouldn’t pot my plants in yogurt containers, germinating seeds is a great use. Once the seedlings have been transplanted one can always recycle the containers.
The trick is to have things well organized so that one doesn’t make extra drives to recycles small amounts, or have storage problems either!
After you’ve watched the movie, I’d love to see some comments about whether you have noticed this phenomenon in your own life or that of someone you know.