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11 Ways to Easily Opt-Out of Wasteful Stuff and Happily Green Your Life

Readers loved the post on how to opt-out of receiving wasteful White & Yellow Pages phone directories so much, I thought I'd follow-up with a few more ways you can easily green your life and unclutter your living right from your desktop. Opt-out of junk mail: GreenDimes.com Opt-out of plastic bottles: KOR ONE Hydration Opt-out of  plastic bags: Salvagist.com Opt-out of unsolicited calls: National Do Not Call Registry Opt-out of catalgoues: CatalogChoice.org Opt-out of receiving phone directories: YellowPagesGoesGreen.org Opt-in to easy recycling: Earth911.org Opt-in to easy water conservation: ...

100+ Websites All About Green Living

I came across Cameron Chapman's blog where she compiled more than 100 terrific websites for ways to live green. I'm sharing this with you as much as I'm archiving it for my own use, because Cameron has done an incredible job of researching these resources.  AND, she's only missing one of the most important water conservation sites out there: Water - Use It Wisely. In the interest of full disclosure, we launched the Water - Use It Wisely campaign in 2000, ...

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Green Goods from Recycled Inner Tubes, Billboard Vinyl, Fire Hose & Yacht Sails

Ok, so since it's already Christmas eve, you might consider these green gifts for your New Years resolution.  These are some of the coolest green items going.  Like handbags created from bicycle inner tubes, portfolios from old Coca Cola billboard vinyl,  messenger totes from recycled fire hose, and bags from yacht sails.  Salvagist.com is filled with these hip and handy items created from the oddest stuff, which keeps the castaway material out of landfills. To date, the company's site reports that ...