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Reuse Resealable Bags
Once you empty resealable plastic bags, wash them, dry them, and fill them up again with stock, produce, and more freezer-friendly foods.
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BYOB (Bring Your Own Bottle)
Reduce waste and avoid any potentially harmful chemicals by choosing stainless-steel, aluminum, or glass water bottles, as well as those made from from non-leaching 1,2,3,4, and 5 plastic.
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Turn off Your Computer
Save energy by powering down your computer when you leave work or home.
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Get off Mailing Lists
Save trees and free up space and declutter your home by getting off junk-mail lists. Find out how to reclaim your mailbox.
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Share Your Books
Organize a book swap with friends or coworkers, or swap your paperbacks online at PaperBack Swap.
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