Greening Initiatives: No. 1: Reduce

I tend to disagree with Kermit the Frog. It is easy being green. Go to the grocery store and buy a 2.5-gallon jug of water. They cost $2.49. Now get a water bottle. It doesn’t have to be fancy; you can REUSE (R#2) one of the smaller water bottles that you paid a buck nine for at the corner convenience store. Now every time you are running out your door and you want a bottle of water go to the fridge and fill it up.

Wasn’t that easy. You just made a difference. You saved landfill space and helped stop global warming all in one pop. You also just saved yourself another buck nine.

Just be sure to sanitize the bottle between uses to prevent the build-up of harmful bacteria. A quick trip through the dishwasher should do the trick.

? Ron & Terri Cook


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