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Wash clothes the natural way.

Dec 6, 2010
Wash clothes down by the river on the rocks; rocks get out all the stains.
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No toilet paper.

Dec 6, 2010
Save your lightly used napkins and the paper towels used to dry your hands in public restrooms and use them for toilet paper by tearing them into...
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Reuse the recyclable.

Dec 6, 2010
A lot of recyclable items -- those tan coffee filters, for instance -- can be used more than once (sometimes more than twice) before recycling them...
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Find creative ways to save water.

Dec 6, 2010
Keep a large bowl in the sink and use the "gray water" from rinsing coffee or tea cup etc. for watering flowers. In new houses, make sure the...
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Let your dog help you.

Dec 6, 2010
After each meal, I let my dog lick all our plates, bowls, pots and pans (after they have become cool enough). She does a great job of removing...
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See value instead of waste through ReUse.

Dec 6, 2010
It's important to see value when people are ready to throw things out. By seeing value at the back end of the material stream, you not only save...
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Set your TV to "home" mode.

Dec 5, 2010
When setting up your new TV, be sure to pick the "home" mode setting. This setting may cut your power use by up to 25 percent compared to other...
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Stick to ENERGY STAR TVs, and save cash.

Dec 5, 2010
EPA's ENERGY STAR program recently modified the way it measures the energy consumption in TVs, taking into account not just their standby power...
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Avoid video game drain.

Dec 3, 2010
If left on all the time, some video game consoles can consume as much energy per year as two new refrigerators-- that translates to a lot of wasted...
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Buy a good chef's knife.

Dec 3, 2010
You can cut clutter and electricity bills by clearing out your gadgets. Armed with a good knife and a little expertise (try taking a knife skills...
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