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Environmental Eco-Tips - Free Easy to Use Conservation Tips for Going Green
Fill a one-quart plastic bottle with water ... . Recycle, Recycle, Recycle! From newspaper, to egg cartons, to organic materials such as leaves and yard clippings, lots of things can be recycled. Even coffee grounds can be used as fertilizer for ...
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Oxygen Demand Test
However, once this organic matter (plants, algae, human, food, and animal waste, yard clippings and saw dust) begin to decompose, it begins to suck the oxygen out of the ...
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Take Action at Home | Concerned Citizens | US EPA
Use soaker hoses or trickle irrigation systems for trees and shrubs. Keep your yard healthy - dethatch, use mulch, etc. Sweep outside instead of using a hose. More information about ... ; epa.gov/epaoswer/non-hw/recycle/recy-oil.pdf). Compost food scraps, grass and other yard clippings, and dead plants. Close the loop - buy recycled products and products that use recycled packaging ...
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DEQ - Recycled Materials Market Directory (RMMD)
American Plastics Council. PALLETS/WOOD/YARD CLIPPINGS , (pallets, construction and demolition debris, etc.) (printable version) MISCELLANEOUS. (scrap tires;, dry cell batteries**; lead ...
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Orange County California Watershed
Share this knowledge with others: Don't dump waste in storm drains. Keep yard clippings out of the street. Dispose of household chemicals properly-follow the directions on the package ...
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US Gov't Earth Day: Action at Home
When properly composted, leaves, grass clippings and other natural wastes can become natural soil additives for lawns and gardens, and used ... .epa.gov/epaoswer/non-hw/recycle/recy-oil.pdf. Compost food scraps, grass and other yard clippings, and dead plants. Close the loop - buy recycled products and products that use recycled packaging ...
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Renewable Energy - Biomass including wood, MSW, and biofuels, carbon cycle, photosynthesis
(MSW). Trash that comes from plant or animal products is biomass. Food scraps, lawn clippings, and leaves are all examples of biomass trash. Materials that are made out of glass ... corn, sorghum, and wheat, as well as potato skins, rice, sugar cane, sugar beets, and yard clippings. Scientists are working on cheaper ways to make ethanol by using all parts of plants ...
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YARD WASTE & COMPOSTING
If you are interested in backyard composting, contact DEP for more information. GRASS CLIPPINGS Bagging your clippings is not necessary to maintain your lawn. Leaving grass clippings on the lawn after mowing ensures that nutrients will be returned to the soil. Grass clippings ...
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Natural Yard and Lawn Care - Natural Lawn Care
Care - Natural Lawn Care You are in: Household > Natural yard care > Natural lawn care Household Home Hazardous Products Alternatives Disposal Natural yard care Natural lawn care Mowing Fertilizing Watering Improve poor ... And that's a good deal for fish and everybody. Grass clippings are overloading our compost facilities Those grass clippings could supply at least 1/4 of your lawn's fertilizer ...
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Natural Yard Care - Build healthy soil
Flower beds and vegetable gardens. Use 1-3 inches of leaves, compost, or grass clippings. Trees, shrubs and woody perennials. Use 2-4 inches of woody mulches, like wood chips ... a mulching mower (Seattle Public Utilities) on your lawn (leave the clippings) and spread compost. More mulch information Mulches from yard waste (King County Solid Waste Division) Practice natural lawn care too ...
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