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Most consumers participate in recycling newspapers and aluminum cans. They also know to return used car batteries for recycling and also old electronic equipment such as cell phones, printers, and computers. Another kind of recycling is called textile recycling, and it is a valuable part of sustainable living.
The US Green Building Council (USGBC) created a rating system, LEED, to help identify green and sustainable building practices. This system identifies the important components of healthy building and strives to improve the conditions in the areas most vital for sustainable living.
More and more people are looking towards alternative fuel vehicles. Here we take a quick look at two of the leading contenders.
There are many things all of us can do to help lives our lives in a "greener", more sustainable manner.