By David Armentrout, Patricia Armentrout
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Bring reusable canvas bags to the grocery store, use cloth napkins, and real plates. •Bring your lunch to school in a lunch box-don't brown bag-it. •Reduce the amount of water you use. Turn off the water while you brush your teeth. Only run the dishwasher and washing machine when they are full. •Reduce the amount of electricity you use. Install new compact fluorescent light bulbs to save energy and money. Turn off and unplug appliances when they are not in use. ). If that is not possible, try to share a ride or use public transportation.
Orme, Helen. Energy for the Future. Bearport Publishing, 2008. Wheeler, Jill. Renewable Fuels. ABDO Publishing, 2007. com About the Authors David and Patricia Armentrout specialize in nonfiction children’s books. They enjoy exploring different topics and have written about many subjects, including sports, animals, history, and people. David and Patricia love to spend their free time outdoors with their two boys and dog Max.
Install new compact fluorescent light bulbs to save energy and money. Turn off and unplug appliances when they are not in use. ). If that is not possible, try to share a ride or use public transportation. 44 Reuse •Let someone else use your unused things. Donate items to charity, instead of throwing them out. •Reuse plastic tubs and glass jars instead of buying new storage containers. •Reuse organic food waste and yard waste by creating a compost pile. Recycle •Recycle paper, plastic, and metal items so they do not end up in landfills.