Browsing the "reuse" Tag

5 Eco-Friendly Options for a Cool Bath Mat

June 15th, 2012 | by Ann Smarty

Your bathroom may be the least appealing room in your house by definition of purpose but that doesn't mean that it can't serve as an oasis of peace and solitude! While many aspects of your water closet determine exactly how appealing it is, there is no denying the power of the bath mat in setting a tone of design and usefulness as your bathroom's centerpiece


5 DIY Projects for Indoor Gardening

May 8th, 2012 | by Tom Chu

When you live in a somewhat unpredictable climate, it can be truly frustrating to try and deal with a gardening routine. Many plants might even die if you accidentally plant too soon. That is why it can really pay off to do an indoor garden or, at least, prepare for it indoors until you are really sure a garden is workable outside


Lean, Mean and Green Spring Cleaning

March 19th, 2012 | by Tom Cranford

Everyone knows how dangerous chemical cleaning solutions are, but avoiding them is easier said than done. Make Spring Cleaning 2012 more eco-friendly with these sustainable cleaning choices


French Resource Shop a Great Model for Cities Worldwide

December 8th, 2011 | by Chris Keenan

Ever tried to get the Goodwill to pick an item that needs repair? Good luck with that. The French "resource shop" model, however, takes anything, regardless of condition... and that's good for keeping useful materials (if not useful products) out of landfills



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