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A look at reducing waste and Conservation.
There are some rather simple solutions to a
problem that is damaging our mother earth.

 Table Of Contents


Chapter 1:


Chapter 2:

What Does Going Green With Waste And Conservation Mean

Chapter 3:

What About The Toxicity In Garbage

Chapter 4:

Tips For Reducing Garbage And Recycling

Chapter 5:

What About Our Water Supply

Chapter 6:

Tips For Water Conservation

Chapter 7:

What About Our Soil

Chapter 8:

Tips For Soil Conservation

Chapter 9:

Finding Every Recycling Option In Your Area

Chapter 10:

Finding Plans And Kits For Waste Reduction,
Conservation And The Benefits

Wrapping Up


In our busy, fast paced lives, we tend to release a great deal of toxins into our atmosphere. These toxins are released as pollution and can originate from many things. Some prime examples of pollutants are exhaust fumes, industrial work buildings and most of all waste. This book will focus on ways in which you can go green with your waste.


There are many ways in which you can help the environment. As mentioned before, a great place to start is with your waste. There are some rather simple solutions to a problem that is damaging our mother earth.

By simply getting rid of your trash by throwing it in the dumpster, you are contributing to this growing problem. Trash from garbage cans are usually disposed of by being placed in landfills or by burning the trash.

Either of the above options can be very harmful to our environment. Landfills constantly emit methane gas into the atmosphere, as well when they become over full they can leak toxic waste into water supplies and become a real hazard.

Burning waste also releases very harmful toxins into the atmosphere, especially items such as plastic or rubber. Not only is this bad for our planet, it isn’t very good for you to breath either.

So the real question is, why do people continue to dispose of their waste in such harmful ways? The most likely answer is probably because they are not properly informed of such matters.

As you read this book you will come across some very important facts about waste and how to dispose of it properly. As well, you will likely learn some new facts and some interesting information that will aid you in helping our mother earth back to good health. After all, we do need this planet to live on...

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