(BPT) - If you have a pack or two of wet wipes around the house, you know how convenient and helpful these household items can be. However, baby wipes, makeup wipes, and disinfecting wipes are classified as non-flushable products. Wet wipes make life easier when pressed for time but if consu…
(StatePoint) Protecting the environment can seem like a monumental task, but committing to small, meaningful changes can lead to substantial, positive outcomes. Embracing sustainability can be as simple as making earth-friendly choices when shopping for footwear.
(NAPSI)—Whether she taught you how to use a toothbrush to clean the baseboards or how to keep laundry soft and fragrant (never crispy), one thing’s likely: Mom always knows best when it comes to cleaning tips.
(BPT) - This Earth Month we’re sharing a few sustainable swaps for your little ones that don’t feel like sacrifices — more like earth-friendly upgrades.
(NAPSI)—Unused medication can sometimes find its way into the wrong hands, so it’s critical to dispose of it properly. To make that easier and raise awareness about the potential of medication abuse, and encourage people to remove unneeded medications from their homes, the U.S. Drug Enforcem…
(StatePoint) Ninety percent of Americans want to live more sustainably, but only 11% consistently do. Why? Research from Procter & Gamble conducted in 2023 found that Americans think sustainable habits at home are too difficult (82%), too expensive (89%) and sacrifice product performance (73%).
(BPT) - We rely on tires every day to get from Point A to Point B. While you may not think about tires until it’s time to replace them, you can go to work, run errands and visit friends and family near and far because of tires. But what happens to your tires when it is time to replace them?
(NAPSI)—Boating and RV use rank among the most popular forms of recreation in the U.S. Having attractive, well-designed storage facilities for your boat or RV is important in protecting and enhancing the enjoyment of these assets.
(StatePoint) Moving is a big job – and it can be a wasteful one, too, considering all of the packing material required. Make moving more sustainable with these eco-friendly tips:
(NAPS)I—When the weather gets warmer, many say it’s time for spring cleaning. While this isn’t everyone’s idea of fun, there are four simple ways to make sure your spring cleaning is efficient and uncomplicated—and, just maybe, a bit fun.
(BPT) - A whopping 92% of homeowners incorporate sustainable features during a kitchen renovation, according to a recent Houzz survey. But there are simpler ways for anyone to make their kitchen a little greener, and it doesn't require an expensive renovation.
(NAPSI)—“Backyarding”—the art of taking indoor activities to the outdoors—is a trend that has caught on. As winter begins to wind down, thoughts of playing in and working in the yard often kick into high gear.
(NAPSI)—It’s raining hard. You need to get to an important appointment. You’re halfway to your destination when you hit a roadblock. The intersection is flooded, wind gusts have downed electrical wires and there’s no end in sight. You have no choice but to return home, where there’s no elect…
(NAPSI)—Spring is coming, and as we get out our lawn mowers and other outdoor power equipment from storage to work in our yards, businesses and other green spaces, it’s important to put safe practices in place.
(StatePoint) Plants add color, life and vibrancy to your home’s indoor and outdoor spaces and can even improve indoor air quality. However, if you are new to plant ownership, you may be wondering how to make your foliage thrive. Here’s are three tips for healthier plants:
(StatePoint) On the heels of a pivotal midterm election, people from around the country are coming together to sound the alarm on climate change.
(StatePoint) “Think globally, act locally” is a motto that everyone should take to heart. It emphasizes the importance of real actions you can take at home and in your community, while stressing the fact that every creature on planet Earth is connected. With that in mind, here are three grea…
(StatePoint) You don’t have to be a sustainability expert to incorporate elements of eco-friendly living into your everyday routine. This summer, think about the small changes you can make that can add up to make a bigger difference.
(StatePoint) The kitchen is the heart of the home, it’s also a space where you can waste a lot of energy if you’re not careful. By making a few simple adjustments to your habits in the kitchen, you can easily cut your energy bills and do your part to help the environment.