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#ProTips For Reducing Your HHW 25

Want to lead a life less hazardous? Find out some ways you can reduce household hazardous waste (HHW) consumption or avoid it altogether.

Updated On 12/08/2016 | Originally Published On 10/29/2015
#ProTips For Reducing Your HHW
Thanks for reading! Have you come up with some interesting life hacks to help cut down on HHW usage and disposal? Tell us all about it in the comments below.
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  • Karen K. 1 month ago
    Perhaps a neighborhood paint-swapping day? Everybody has those leftovers; if you involve your local waste-disposal people, too, everybody benefits. These things generally snowball once the initial work of logistics are done--it could become an annual event. How many quarter-pots of white can we collect in one day? Enough for a kitchen?
  • M D. 2 months ago
    baking soda comes in handy for many uses
  • Melissa K. 2 months ago
    Baking soda and vinegar in hot water will clean just about anything! I add lemon oil for mopping floors and lavender oil for counter tops so everything always smells fresh. Too easy and way cheaper than having a cabinet full of different cleaners.
  • Paul R. 3 months ago
    El bicarbonato de sodio es excelente para limpiar mezclado con agua como pasta.
  • Lori F. 3 months ago
    My home health worker came to clean but noticed I didn't have any furniture polish. I had her mix apple cider vinegar and lemon juice and she was amazed at how great it worked!
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