It's Easy Being Green
Check out 10 easy ways to go green: lower your bills, protect the environment and live healthier.
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You knew grilling was a healthy way to cook vittles, but did you know it was good for the air? Outdoor grills take less energy than electric kitchen stoves. They also keep heat out of the house, lowering air conditioning costs.
Stick with grills that use propane or natural gas; they emit 5.6 pounds of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere per hour while a charcoal grill belches 11 pounds of the air-polluting compound for the same.
One more thing: dine on reusable plates made from bamboo, not disposable paper ones. The trees will thank you.
Sources, Bamboo Dinnerware:
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