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Sustainable Actions

Did you know?   

  • The energy saved by recycling a single aluminum can, or glass bottle, could operate a television set for three hours, or light a 100-watt light bulb for four hours.
  • An average shower uses about five gallons of water per minute. By reducing your shower time by two minutes, you can cut your water use by ten gallons.

Ten Sustainable Actions  

The suggestions below are just some of the ways in which you can incorporate more sustainable practices into your daily routine. These actions save energy and other precious resources, and may even save you money!     
Give them a try, being green is easy!    

1) Bring Your Own Mug
2) Think Before You Print
3) Turn Off the Lights
4) Use LED lighbulbs
5) Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
6) Unplug your power cords
7) Power down computers
8) Take Shorter Showers
9) Eat Less Meat
10) Wash Clothes in Cold Water​

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