- “Check the condition of the weather seal on the bottom of your garage door and around the exterior doors in your home.”
- “Spend a little time and wash dishes by hand in the sink. It uses less water, less heating energy for hot water, gives you smoother, hydrated skin on your hands, and is a great team-building activity if you can get the kids to help.”
- “An easy way to reduce energy use in the office is to turn the brightness down on your computer monitor. It also helps your eyes.”
- “Use a mug or glass instead of Styrofoam or paper cups. Conserve by printing only what you need.”
- “If allowed, work with your employer’s HR representative to establish a four-day work week. This helps cut down on commuting time.”
- “Turn off the lights and the computer monitor when you step away from the desk for a meeting.”
- “Have your dog lay on your lap when it’s cold outside. The heat his body puts off plus a blanket really keeps you warm without having to turn the heat way up.”
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