Wednesday, February 29, 2012



Things you can do to recycle and make less of a mess.

Trim that waste

Every aluminum can recycled will allow you to keep your television sets or computers on for an extra three hours.

Don’t leave a paper trail

Try and pay all your bills on-line. You will not only avoid the red tape, but also use less paper. Advantage internet!

Give that printer a break

If you want to ensure the longevity of your printer, make sure you use less printouts. Aim for a paper-free existence.
Make sure your printer uses 100% post-consumer recycled paper and save 2 kg of CO2.

Use… and use again

Make sure to make optimum use of all blank paper that you get. Each paper that goes waste is a tree that died without a cause.

Bag that paper

Discover your creative streak and make bags out of paper. This way you can get a new bag every week.

Your friendly neighbourhood raddiwalla

Make him your fortnightly stop and visit him without fail. He loves your paper.

The gift of Green

In a fix over the perfect gift? Just buy recycled presents. Your friends will appreciate the gift and the planet will appreciate the gesture!

Packaged pains

Avoid products with a lot of packaging. You can save 545 kg of CO2 if you cut down your garbage by 10% and keep the earth that much cooler.

Monitor your computer

Computers too have toxic waste. Next time you buy a new one, sell the old one, donate it to charity, or return it to the company for recycling.

We value your waste

You can save 1,000 kg of CO2 per year by recycling just half of your household waste. So make recycling a way of life.

Reclaim, Reprocess, Reuse. Waste not… others want what you’ve got!


It takes 6,000,000 trees, to make one year’s worth of tissues for the world.

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