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  • fuck all tbh i just dont litter which is a waste cause if i put it in a bin its only taken to a landfill so y
  • I am careful about washing my clothes, drying them outside on a line, always turn off lights, bought the new energy saving bulbs, drink tap water, careful with a/c and heat, use south east facing sun room to partially heat house. Many other little things which add up.
  • Yes.. I do all the things you mentioned. I also compost all vegetable matter and garden waste to create my own compost, grow my own vegetables, where possible and do not use chemical fertilisers and pesticides. I would love to get solar panels fitted, but that would be very expensive and I am not sure whether the advantages would outweigh the cost of installation. Naturally, I separate and recycle as much garbage as possible - and I must admit, I am proud to only produce one small bag of non-recyclable waste every two weeks - that is mostly made up of plastics, which I know can be recycled, but there is not a facility for it in my local area. It does irk me somewhat to see what other people throw away though - the huge sacks of waste every week, when I know that most of it can be recycled! I also avoid buying products with excess packaging.. hmmm.. what else? I am bound to think of something any minute! *LOL*
  • Compost leaves AND food. Lights off when not in use. Walk instead of driving. Bicycle instead of driving longer distances. Garden without chemicals. (my compost is just fine) Wear sweaters and wool instead of overheating house. Read your Bible!
  • My honest answer would be no. I don't turn off unnecessary water as I love taking long hot showers. - Take my own bags to the supermarket? Who on earth does that? - I drive a Sportbike, which is I guess considered economical, but I drive like ridiculously fast all the time so there goes the mpg's. I also like to use lots of toilet paper when wiping my bum, b/c i'm afraid of getting some of it on my hand. I work at a tennis facility for a living which involves taking clay from the earth and putting it beneath my feet so I can enjoy my day.
  • My husband and I are very careful. We are both practicing driving in an economical way. No speeding, no hard braking, easy on the acceleration. We also bring our own bags to the supermarket. Changed over to the new bulbs whenever we replace an old one. Sort all our rubbish. Re-use as much as we can. --and we've begun to recycle clothing by giving to and buying from the Salvation Army type thrift stores.

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