18 Recycling & Waste Facts

18 Recycling & Waste Facts Did you know that… 1) The UK produces more than 100 million tonnes of waste every year. In less than two hours, the waste we produce would fill the Albert Hall in London, every eight months it would fill Lake Windermere, the largest and deepest lake in England. 2) On average, each person in the UK throws away their own body weight in rubbish every…

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Home Made Essential Oil All Purpose Cleaner

Home Made Essential Oil All Purpose Cleaner This is a simple homemade All Purpose Cleaners formulated with a few ingredients that are effective in cleaning household surfaces. Hydrogen Peroxide (3%): This common steriliser can kill bacteria, mould, mildew, and fungus. It can be used to disinfect all your surfaces in the kitchen and bathroom, remove stains, and even to clean mirrors and stainless steel. Use it full-strength because it’s already diluted (3% hydrogen peroxide, 97%…

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Save Money with a Self-sustainable Vegetable Patch

Save Money with a Self-sustainable Vegetable Patch   Producing your own food is a great way to save money. From baking bread to keeping chickens, you could reduce how much you spend on food if you make yourself more self-sustainable. Growing some fruits or vegetables is a fantastic way to reduce your reliance on supermarkets and other food sources. Not only can it help you save on food, but you…

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Degradable Bags

Degradable Bags The polythene bag is a huge environmental problem. They are wherever you look – in hedges, caught in trees, littering beaches, floating in the oceans and choking sea creatures. Even those ones disposed of correctly clog up landfill sites. The really scary thing is that no one knows how long polythene will endure, estimates range between 400 and 1000 years! There is a solution to this problem by using…

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