Consider secondhand items. Someone else’s unwanted merchandise could be your new found treasure. Look for gently used versions of whatever you need via auction websites, rummage sales or thrift stores. You’ll save money too!
Compost your own yard and kitchen waste. In fact, kitchen waste makes a great natural food for your soil, plus it saves on landfill space. Kitchen waste sealed inside a garbage bag doesn’t decompose properly at a landfill and produces methane, a greenhouse gas.
Water your lawn or garden with rainwater. A rainwater-collection system is as simple as a large barrel at the end of a downspout. Just be sure to place a screen over the barrel to keep out debris. You’ll save on the water bill and help the natural water supply at the same time.
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