Live Green and Earn Points


  • tommy b. 7 months ago
  • Vanessa K. 1 year ago
    We implement most of the ideas mentioned here, including using our semi-clean waste-water to water both our indoor and outdoor plants. But am I the only one who thinks that using waste-water ( particularly from pet dishes) on plants you and your family will consume, may not be the most sanitary of choices?
    • Gina G. 1 year ago
      I would only use the runoff water for house plants and outside plants that are not meant for the table.
  • Lorraine B. 1 year ago
    I do most of all . these are all good ideas thank you
  • Clovia D. 1 year ago
    The township that I reside in outlaws having a laundry line outside! I have gone as far as putting an umbrella clothing line up out of site. Just to save on my carbon footprint. Also, I'm not permitted to collect rain water for my extensive garden. I have a 2 bay compost bin and they don't mind that.
    • Gina G. 1 year ago
      It sounds like you are living with horrible condominium sort of rules and regs. I get that some don't like the laundry line blocking their scenery. I also think some put up some creepy things on the line. The water may be due to those who don't make sure mosquitoes and other bugs don't breed. I bet you could collect rain water out of sight too. Just use it asap.
  • ALEX R. 2 years ago
    Very useful info!
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