11 February 2014 / Ecosmart Fire
CATEGORY / Sustainability
Going green is not only good for the environment, but can be cost-effective as well. The question is where do you start? Considering the amount of time you spend at home, it may be a good idea to consider environmentally friendly options there to help reduce your carbon footprint, while saving money in the long run.
Want to learn how to make your home eco-friendly? Check out the infographic below that shows what areas of your home you can make more environmentally friendly. From solar panels on the rooftop to energy efficient washer and dryers, there are many options to get you started.
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