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A big tin of green paint and a brush each.
I'd say recycling is the simplest because there are so many places to drop off your recycled goods...and its free.
Making your own laundry detergent is a simple way to grow green. It's one of the easiest things to do and it is so much cheaper than store bought.
Start with baby steps and work your way up to more comprehensive measures,
The high cost of electricity, has many going green by purchasing Energy Star rated appliances simply because these appliances use 10 to 50 percent less water and energy than standard models.
I, myself, have really only started recycling and getting more done in one car trip to lower the gas bill and the carbon footprint. I did, however; come across this website and it has a lot of useful information.
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