By Becky Striepe on July 6, 2010
Last week we took a look at five easy ways to conserve water at home, and you guys had some amazing tips to add. So amazing, in fact, that we thought we’d share some of them.
By Becky Striepe on June 28, 2010
Devices like low flow shower heads or toilet lid sinks are great for cutting back your water usage, but not everyone has time or money to install things like this. Here are a few ways to save some water without any large expenses or time commitment.
By Doug Gunzelmann on February 13, 2009
The “thrift paradox” describes the problem of spending money to stimulate the economy without continuing down the path of consumerism that led us into our current economic state. The phrase was coined by John Maynard Keynes, yet there is a way to both spend and save at the same time…and you can be green about [...]
By Doug Gunzelmann on July 2, 2008
Gray water is waste water that has the potential for reuse. To be considered gray water, or sullage, their must be no human/organic waste (feces) or toxic chemicals. Such sources would include water from normal sink use and shower/bathtub use, or at times used wash water from clothes or dish washing units. This partially used [...]