Recycling

To many people, recycling conjures up the blue plastic bins and bottle drive, But recycling is a design principal ,a law of nature, a source of creativity, and a source of prosperity.

  • First things first, a littler R & R & R

    The aphorism is so tired is almost might seem like " reduce, reuse, recycle" should go without saying . Through a balance of these three principals you can easily see your landfill-destined waste dwindle fast
  • Know what you can and can't recycle

    Read up on the recycling rules for your area and make sure you don't send anything in that can't be processed. Each city has its own specifics, so try to follow those guidelines as best you can.
  • Buy recycled

    Supporting recycling means feeding this loop by not only recycling, but also supporting recycled products. We can now find high recycled content in everything from printer paper to office chairs.
  • Recycle your water

    If you are a home owner, consider rearranging your plumbing so that rainwater or wastewater from your shower and tub is used to flush your toilet.
  • If you don't love something, let it go

    Lots of charities welcome your donations. Give away clothes that don't fit, the boxes you used in your last house move, or scented soaps that don't appeal to your sensibilities. Make it a rulein your house that nothing useable goes in the trash until you have given the community a fair shot at it.

Steps Of Think Green


  • In Kitchen
  • Save Energy
  • At Work
  • With Cars
  • Stop Global Warming
  • Save Trees
  • Save Electricity

The eco-friendly kitchen begins with eating green, but it doesn't end there. Energy-efficient food preparation and cleaning habits, using equipments made from sustainable materials, and dodging toxic chemicals are also important if you want to have a truly healthy kitchen

  • Make it Last

    Choose cookware and utensils that stand the test of time and won't have to be thrown away with your leftover casserole. Buy high-quality knives that you can sharpen by hand, and use long-lasting cloth towels instead of paper.

  • Energy-Efficient Cooking

    Preheating is almost prehistoric. Making as best use of the oven as possible -- cooking more than one thing at once, for instance - is also wise.

  • Do it Yourself

    Avoid purchasing pre-prepared, frozen foods, and make them yourself, at home, if you have the space, take it a step further and grow your own fruits, vegetables, using your composted kitchen waste as fertilizer.

  • Buy Local

    The food you bring in to your kitchen in just as important as the gadgets and appliances you have there, so buy local whenever you can. Whenever possible, purchasing local markets or directly from farmers themselves.

  • Bulk Up

    Buy in bulk and cook in bulk, just make sure you can consume what you purchase and produce! Purchasing in bulk mean less packaging, and fewer trips to the store, and can also mean financial savings.

Green energy refers to sources of energy that are non-polluting and environment friendly, which can renew them naturally. Green energy is also known as sustainable energy ,renewable energy or alternative energy.

These are considered green because they reduce carbon emissions and pollution. Examples included biomass, geothermal power, wing power, hydroelectricity, and solar power. There are so many ways of optimizing your energy consumption.

  • Turn off unused or unneeded lights.
  • Use natural lighting instead of electric lighting whenever possible
  • If you have a desk lamp, make sure it uses fluorescent bulbs ( instead of incandescent bulbs ).
  • Select cold water for washing clothes.
  • Keep windows and doors closed in heated and air-conditioned areas.
  • Turn off computers when they are not in use.
  • Turn off printers, especially laser printers, unless printing.
  • When purchasing computers and peripherals, buy low wattage equipment.
  • Solar energy is renewable. We never have to worry about running out of sunlight or using it all up. The sun is a consistent power source meaning it's always going to be there every day.
  • Solar cells make no noise while collecting energy. There are no other renewable energy sources that are completely silent.

A greener workplace can mean a lighter ecological footprint, a healthier and more productive place to work, whether you’re the boss or the employee, whether your office is green already or still waiting to see the light, some practical steps can lay the groundwork for a healthy, low-impact workspace.

  • Digitize

    Send emails instead of paper letters
  • Review documents onscreen rather than printing them out.
  • Can also convert to PDF for paperless documents sharing.
  • Keep files on computers instead of file cabinets.

Don't Be a Paper Pusher

  • Look for recycled paper with a high percentage of post-consumer content and the minimum of chlorine bleaching. Try to choose printers and the minimum of chloring bleaching.
  • Try to choose printers and photocopiers that double-sided printing.

Use green Materials

  • Use biodegradable soaps and recycled paper or cloth towels in the bathroom and kitchen, and provide biodegradable cleaners for the custodial staff.

Regarding the workspace

  • Start with good furniture, good lighting, and god air. Furniture can be manufactured from recycled materials as well as recyclable.
  • Workspace air quality is also crucial. Good Ventilation and low-VOC paints and materials will keep employees healthy.

Lunch Time

  • Bring your lunch to work in a cloth bag. For food storage use glass containers that can be washed and re-used. If you do go out for lunch, try biking or walking instead of driving.

Cars are one of the wonders of engineering and threat to life on Earth. They creat convenience and comfort and also snarled traffic and sprawling suburbs. About 20 percent of all greenhouse gas emissions come from cars and light trucks contributing to climate change, air pollution, and disease. If you are truly trying to lighten your environmental footprint, the first thing to do is ask if you do in fact need a car. If the answer is yes, there are many things you can do to make your driving life greener.

  • Drive a Green Car

    There are now hybrid cars to match almost any need: two-door, Four-door, SUV, Luxury sedan. They get better mileage than their conventional counterparts, have cleaner emissions, and save money on gas. Also, affordable, practical electric cars and plug-in hybrids aren't too far off, either.
  • Use green driving best practices

    Driving technique has a lot to do with your fuel economy.
  • Avoid sudden starts and stop and keep the speed between 40-60 km
  • Stay in tune

    Getting regular tune-ups, maintenance and having clean air filter will help you burn less gas, pollute less, and prevent car trouble down the line.
  • Leave the car at home

    For shorter adventures, walk, take public transport, ride your bi-cycle.
  • Take it easy on the AC

    Use the windows to help keep the car cool. Or try an clectric or solar fan. Parking in the shade and using a reflective windshield shade can keep your car cooler when parked. Meaning it takes less to cool it off when you get back in.

There is compelling evidence from all over the world that our planet’s weather and climates patterns are changing. Droughts, receding glaciers and ice caps, extreme storms, rises in ocean temperatures and sea levels, shifts in distribution of organisms and diseases – scientists tracking these events overwhelmingly believe that global climate change is a fact. There are many simple things you can do in your daily life – what you eat, what you drive, how you build your home – that can have an effect on your immediate surroundings. Here is a a list of few things that you can do to make a difference.

  • Use Compact Fluorescent Bulbs - Replace frequently used light bulbs with compact fluorescent bulbs.
  • Change your Air Filter - check your car’s air filter monthly.
  • Use Recycled Paper - Make sure your printer paper is 100% post consumer recycled paper.
  • Change the AC Filter - Clean or replace dirty air conditioner filters as recommended.
  • Buy Products Locally - Buy locally and reduce the amount of energy required to drive your products to your stores.
  • Plant a Tree - Trees suck up carbon dioxide and make clean air for us to breathe.

The strongest way to protect the environment is to save trees. Trees are one of the main creations of God that play an important role to keep air clean. If there will be no fresh air available them how human beings, animal, and birds will survive, therefore a clean environment is the need for every living object on this earth. Planting a tree can stop the sea level from rising, the ice caps from melting and hurricanes from intensifying, it also confirms the notion that planting more trees in tropical rainforests could help slow global warming worldwide. There are many things you can do to save trees.

  • Plant as much trees as possible.
  • Do not cut trees until there is an extreme need.
  • Prefer paperless communication instead of using paper.
  • Online examination system should be preferred instead of taking exams on paper.
  • Minimize the use of paper towel. In place of paper towel one can use cloth towel of handkerchief.
  • Make sure any paper you buy ( Toilet rolls, tissue papers, writhing papers ) comes from recycled sources.
  • Re-Use wrapping paper, wrapping paper is hard to re-cycle.
  • When you print an email, please recycle it. Paper is renewable & recyclable.

Set your thermostet a few degrees lower in the winter and a few degrees higher in the summer to save on heating and cooling costs.

Install compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs), when your older incandescent bulbs burn out. Unplug appliances when you’re not using them, Or, use a "smart" power strip that senses when appliance are off and cuts " phantom " or " vampire " energy use.

Wash clothes in cold water whenever possible. As much as 85 percent of the energy used to machine wash closed goes to heating the water.

Use a drying rack or clothes line to save the energy other-wise used during machine drying.

Keep your cell phone, computer, and other electronics as long as possible.

Donate or recycle electronics items responsibly when the time comes. E-waste contains mercury and other toxics and is a growing environmental problem.

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