Here is some information along with a library of a few resources we think you may wish to visit to get started on your way to a more eco-friendly lifestyle. Please note that EKD Promotions Inc. is not directly affiliated with any of these websites.

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  • Homeowner's Guide to Sustainability... The basics of going green involve looking at how one consumes resources such as energy, food, water, and fuel. By examining how these resources are consumed, a person can see how their behavior is wasteful and detrimental to the environment. Based on this information, one is able to effectively begin making changes that are better for the environment. In the home, sustainability is a basic part of going green. This involves recycling, growing one's own food, and conserving water and energy. Another basic component of being green is to buy products that are environmentally friendly and safe.
  • The Green Office offers a one-stop green resource for sustainable office products, services, tools, and information. This is a great website to purchase all of your eco-friendly office needs and supplies.
  • is your one-stop shop for all you need to know about reducing your impact, reusing what you’ve got and recycling your trash.
  • Recycling Bin is the #1 place to purchase Recycling Bins and Containers. Manufacturer of complete recycling solutions for businesses, municipalities, schools, and all facilities.
  • Green Festival™ begins with finding solutions to help make our lives healthier—socially, economically and environmentally. Individuals along with business and community leaders come together to discuss critical issues that impact us at home and abroad.
  • GenGreen is the first online network and marketplace to connect the eco-conscious community on a local level. We offer various methods of communication that encourage all individuals, companies and organizations who are environmentally conscious to reach out and connect with one another.
  • A Kid’s Guide to Reducing, Reusing & Recycling Waste by HomeAdivsor provides tips on ecofriendly solutions.
  • Electronics and Appliances Recycling at Best Buy. With your help, Best Buy has collected and responsibly disposed of more than 1 billion pounds of electronics and appliances, making us the largest retail collection program in the U.S. Best Buy is committed to continue working with certified recyclers to collect 2 billion pounds of e-waste by 2020.

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