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Going Green is the right choice for our environment and earth. Using LED, reusable bottle water, and buying efficient devices.

I started composting so I no longer send food waste to landfills πŸ’š

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No plastic bags

I participated in a beach clean up 😊

Recycle more

Always remember to bring your own enviromentallly safe shopping bag's!

I actually spent a day observing how much plastic I use and have been trying to alter my lifestyle based on that! I realized I use a lot of plastic silverware and sandwich bags bringing my lunch to my graduate courses and my teaching job. I have been trying to use more glass Tupperware containers to transport food and snacks as well as bringing metal silverware. I use a reusable water bottle daily and am hoping to continue to become more green! I think we owe it to our earthβ™»οΈπŸ’š

Reusable bags, reusable water bottles, glass and metal straws, use containers for lunches, composting, car pooling, buying from local farmers,

I recycle, take reusable bags with me when I go shopping. I don't use plastic water bottles.

My family recycles everything we can all year along with donated anything we no longer need and pay it forward. Its a win win!

I love using my reusable bags, straws, and water bottles!

No straws or disposable plastic

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