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We recently moved to a new community in Florida. It’s a beautiful community with a lake, playgrounds, many walking trails, dog parks, and more. We even live in a green certified home! Now that we live here, we know there are things we need to do to try to conserve our resources for the future generations.
I am not one to recycle – for me, it always seemed like a huge hassle. I did not have time to separate everything. But in our new community, they have made it very easy. We can put all our recyclables in the same container. So now we have to have a recycle bag and a regular trash bag. We must do this or our trash would be overflowing each week. They only collect regular trash once per week and they collect recycle trash one day per week. I am very happy we have been able to recycle our trash.
We also use a lot of batteries! Between the video game controllers, TV remotes, wireless keyboards and mice for our computer – I am always buying batteries. When I was in Walmart picking up batteries, I noticed Energizer New EcoAdvanced Batteries. We have always loved Energizer batteries because they are the longest-lasting alkaline batteries.
They are the first battery on the market to use recycled batteries/materials – so I don’t have to feel guilty about using so many batteries in our home. I picked up a few pack of AA batteries and you can also find them in AAA.
I love to re-use products that I already have in my house. It saves me time and money! It is so innovative that Energizer New EcoAdvanced Batteries are using recycled batteries to make new batteries.
Another thing we have done to avoid extra waste is to use Absorbent Kitchen Cloths instead of paper towels. They clean so much better and keeps all that extra paper out of the trash. Plus it saves me some cash since I don’t have to keep replacing the towels.
What do you do to try to live a “greener lifestyle”?