A dishwasher is more water-efficient than washing by hand when you have a full load. Wash by hand if you’ve only got a few dirty plates, or you’re in a small household where it’s not practical to wait until the dishwasher’s full.
When baking, try to resist the temptation to peek at those cookies every 2 minutes to see if they are ready yet.
Leaking faucets waste thousands of gallons of water a year and could be easily fixed to help save local water resources.
When your reusable clothes and towels get dirty, they’re easily disinfected by boiling them in hot water. No waste necessary!
Try to always use a lid when cooking with pots and pans as this will not only save the amount of time needed but minimize energy usage. Make sure you don’t use more water than you need.
Double check to see if your refrigerator has the space it needs to work efficiently. Make sure to refer to the owner’s manual for safe instructions on how to clean your coils.
The holidays are upon us, so I thought it would be a good time to highlight a few of my favorite ideas on how to infuse a little green into your holidays. It doesn’t matter where you are going, what your plans are or if you are planning on celebrating at all. These tips can […]