Printed circuit boards contain mercury which can damage the environment, as well as other substances that do not break down on their own, which means that they should be kept out of landfills. Learn how to recycle printed circuit boards to prevent pollution.
Smoke detectors can contain components that are not healthy for the environment and are considered e-waste. Learn how to properly dispose of smoke detectors and where you should go to do so.
Adding non-slip coatings to areas around your home like the garage, a patio or a walkway can help reduce slip and fall accidents and keep your family safer. By using environmentally friendly coatings, you can make sure that they are safer for the environment, as well.
There is no need to buy expensive and toxic commercial oven cleaners. Using ingredients you probably already have, you can learn how to clean ovens with natural cleaners you make yourself.
If your old coat has seen better days, you can recycle it into a comfy travel pillow. This project is easy enough for novice sewers, but useful enough for advanced seamstresses, too.
There are a number of natural ways to whiten your teeth at home without resorting to caustic whitening kits.
Environmentally friendly antifreeze can help you protect children, pets and wildlife from exposure to toxins. Learn how to pick the right antifreeze and how to ensure that you dispose of your old antifreeze safely.
Lime plaster is a green alternative to traditional concrete plaster. Read on to find out about lime plaster application and the environmental benefits of making the switch!