101 Ways to Go Green

April 2008
Kitchen & Bath Business;Apr2008, Vol. 55 Issue 4, p142
Trade Publication
A list of things which can be done to promote sustainable living is presented such as buying products with no packaging or packaging which can be recycled, using materials with high post-consumer recycled content and using reusable glass or metal containers for water.


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