Now that I am composting, this is lessening my garbage output. It was not that high even before, but I think this will save at least 20 garbage cans per year from having to be carried to the recycling center or the landfill not to mention a trip to home depot to buy fertilizer. Every little bit counts and more people doing it means less CO2 to transport, less money spent for maintenance and a more beautiful world for everyone! 1 year ago
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Since replacing my refrigerator last year and using more power strips that shut off when those electronic power supplies are not being used, my electric bill went from an average of $70 a month to $35 a month. 50% savings makes me very very happy. Water use is down too, but that is more due to the rains that have helped my lawn this year, but I also mulch which helps trap the moisture as well as reduce the need for fertilizer. Still haven’t started composting yet, the composting Saturday seminars always are conflicting with my weekends at the Train Museum.
(Pic is me taking back the streets at CivLAvia in April) 2 years ago