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How to Dispose of Batteries at Home?

Stop and think before you throw those old electronics, batteries and lightbulbs in the trash. Most electronic waste and batteries contain toxic heavy metals that can seep into soil and water. Recycling these products not only keeps heavy metals out of the soil and water, but also helps reuse materials that require energy to mine

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7 Health and Nutrition Tips

Here are 7 health and nutrition tips that are actually based on good science. Do Exercises Do stretching exercises when you wake up. It boosts circulation and digestion, and eases back pain. Don’t skip breakfast. Studies show that eating a proper breakfast is one of the most positive things you can do if you are

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DIY Recycle Your Own Paper

Paper is one the material that can be easily recycled, which includes everything from packaging to mail, makes up the largest percentage of the municipal solid waste stream at 33 percent. It’s one of the most recovered materials, as recycling opportunities are often readily available. Paper recycling might seem like the sort of thing best

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Ways to Clean With a Lemon

The lemons they’re a firm staple in our refrigerator and a key ingredient in many favorite recipes, are also fantastic kitchen helpers and naturals disinfectant. Lemons are nature’s cleaning wunderkind. They have powerful antiseptic and antibacterial properties and are a natural deodorizer due to their high acidic content. Ways to clean with a Lemon. Vinyl

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Dull Faucets? Cleaning Tips

Over time, faucets will accumulate spots and stains that may not come off with ordinary soap and water. Cleaning with soap and water can cause water spots as well, which dull the finish It is possible to remove these stains and make your faucets look like new again. You most likely have all of the

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Ecology Ideas for The Office

A greener workplace can mean a lighter ecological footprint, a healthier and more productive place to work, and good news for the bottom line. From daily smog to the rising threat of global warming, it’s pretty obvious that we all need to clean up our workplace. Copiers, computers, even old floppy disks, can make a

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Plastic Pollution

We’re surrounded by plastic. Think about every piece you touch in a single day: grocery bags, food containers, coffee cup lids, drink bottles, straws for juice boxes — the list goes on and on. Plastic may be convenient, but its success carries a steep price. But where does all this plastic go? We ship some

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Greenhouse gases + Global Warming = Climate Change

There’s a delicate balancing act occurring every day all across the Earth, involving the radiation the planet receives from space and the radiation that’s reflected back out to space. While other planets in Earth’s solar system are either scorching hot or bitterly cold, Earth’s surface has relatively mild, stable temperatures. Earth enjoys these temperatures because

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Balloons: make people happy, but they also kill wildlife.

Balloons make people happy, but they also kill wildlife. For years, balloon releases have been used to celebrate events or honor the memory of someone lost. Schools release them during football games, they’re sent floating into the air at running events, and released by crowds of people at weddings, funerals, and memorials. And while those

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The Ozone Layer Depletion

  The Ozone layer is a deep blanket in the stratosphere made up of comparatively high concentration of the ozone. As a result of its chemical composition, ozone is regarded as a special type of oxygen as it contains three oxygen molecules (O3) as opposed to the usual two oxygen molecules (O2).   Causes of

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