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9 Creative Ways to Reuse Single-Use Plastic at Home

Single-use plastics are a major environmental problem. Single-use plastics are harmful to the environment because these plastics don’t biodegrade. The term “single-use plastic” refers to a wide variety of plastic items, including straws, bags, cups, plates, utensils, etc. The most common type of single-use plastics is...

Sustainable Technology to Implement into Your Business

Individuals and businesses must transition to more environmentally conscious tools and tactics to create an eco-friendly future as the effects of climate change become more severe. Here are some sustainable technologies to implement into your business so you can operate profitably and ethically for years...

Tips for Making Money with Your Homestead

Most people who start out with a small farm or homestead do so because the lifestyle is fulfilling. Beyond the satisfaction that comes with it, homesteading can bring in a steady profit. Sometimes what starts as a hobby morphs into a business. By maximizing produce...

Repair or Replace – How to Choose the Most Sustainable Option

As durable as something might be initially, nothing is indestructible. After an item starts to break down though, you’ll have a choice: repair the existing item or replace it with something new. For many with financial means, the choice is to simply toss out the...

Why Solar Power Is The Way Forward

In a time when climate change concerns are aplenty and everyone is looking for sustainable solutions, solar power is leading the charge. Considered one of the most effective, convenient, and future-proof clean energy sources, solar power is already being used in neighborhoods worldwide. In reports from the...

Benefits of Green Junk Removal

Most people accumulate unnecessary items in their homes unknowingly. For most homeowners, junk includes piles of clothes, degraded family photos, holiday decorations, knickknacks, old furniture, kids’ toys, and electronics in the garage, basement, and other rooms. Cleaning up such items or disposing of them is...