According to a survey done by the National Association of Homebuilders in 2011, around 60% home builders consider green and sustainable houses to be expensive. While 30% have the opinion that green-homes would not fit the budget of middle class people. It is true that you cannot have your own home without spending at least some amount of money but you can definitely make a green, sustainable house within your moderate to small budget. The first obstacle on your path can be the scarcity of good quality lands at affordable prices.
The first thing that comes to your mind when you hear about recyclable is plastic or wood. However, many other, rather unimaginable, things out there can be recycled and reused. Here are five such things that you never knew could be recycled.
Adopting an eco friendly diet will help you to be more healthy while having the least amount of carbon footprint on the world. Here’s how you choose an eco-friendly diet.
With more and more people getting conscious about the natural environment and it conservation, the importance of recycling is going up rapidly. Almost all of us have heard the word ‘recycling’ which refers to the procedure of decreasing the consumption of unused raw materials by converting existing materials into new ones and averting the production of wastes. But it is still very confusing to many of us that how the method can benefit the community. Let us explore the reasons why recycling is beneficial for our community through this article.
gDiapers may prove to be the potential product which will take baby care to a whole new level of eco-friendliness. Conventional diapers are composed of an inner diaper made of wood pulp and an outer lining made of plastic — both of which are thrown away and ultimately find their way to landfills. gDiapers have an innovative two-part detachable construction that allows their inner lining to be flushed, ensuring human waste winds up in the sewage treatment system where it belongs, not in the landfill where it is a source of hazardous waste.