A lot of people get in their cars and head to the beach, to visit friends and family, go on vacation or sometimes just to take a day trip to a special event. We hope you are getting into the greenest car possible, but no matter what kind of car you drive, we have some great ideas for making it a fun, healthier and of course green road trip.
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Shiply has provided Europe with a greener shipping option since 2008. According to their site Shiply, “Matches you with rated delivery firms going there anyway.” They offer a simple system for getting your product from point A to point B through delivery options which were planning the travel with or without your item. There’s no additional carbon footprint, instead it reduces the footprint by decreasing the need for separate delivery travel. Shiply provides a great model for cheaper and more eco-efficient delivery.
You’re probably aware that there are a lot of new electric cars coming out. Thanks to California zero-emissions regulations, which have been adopted by several states in the northeast as well as the northwest, many car manufacturers have incentive to create new zero-emission electric cars. Good right? Well . . .
When washing your car, boat, truck, airplane, RV, or even a backyard deck, would you rather: Use approximately 100 gallons of water, leaving a residue of sudsy oil, dirt, detergent and other contaminants that run down your driveway into a storm drain? Or drop three capfuls (one ounce) of WASHDROPS™, an environmentally responsible, non-abrasive, non-foaming solution, into a gallon of water.
Rising utilities are leaving many homeowners wondering just how high their energy bills will get in the coming years. With solar power becoming more affordable, many are looking to the sun for energy. While it may seem logical that only sunny states can benefit from this natural resource, it’s actually a good choice regardless of […]
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