Green living can extend into the powder room. While you may not think you can make a bathroom more energy efficient and eco-friendly, there are actually several steps you can take to make this space more environmentally friendly. Here are a few changes you should consider investing in.
Taking up even a little bit of gardening is a beautiful practice to take up; not only does it make your property look good, but also leaves a therapeutic effect on you. Fortunately, gardening is not as difficult as it seems. All you need to do is remember these few important lessons.
Commercial cleaners tend to be filled with all sorts of chemicals and other sorts of cleaners and there are a number of reasons to go green with home cleaning. So, let’s take a look at why you should cut out the chemicals.
Did you know that it currently requires 10,000-30,000 liters of water to produce one cotton T-shirt? Manufacturing clothes comes at a high environmental cost. As well as the cost and resources of growing raw materials, such as cotton, fuel and energy is also required and used to manufacture textile goods.
There is much more consciousness now about where textiles actually come from (i.e. from overseas and often from low-paid workers) and also how textiles are needed and useful elsewhere when we have finished with them, preventing them from ending up in landfill sites. Here are a few ideas on how to recycle textiles.
Most of us want to do what we can to better the environment. But sometimes it’s hard to feel like you’re sacrificing style just to help clean the air a little bit. Lucky for you, there are several products that can clear your conscience and make you look good all at once.
For most of us, life can be pretty demanding. Commuting, projects at work or school, responsibilities at home, and even proper relaxation all place great constraints on our already limited time. Consequently, we often adopt habits that are not only bad for our health and lifestyle, but also have a negative impact on the environment.