Earth day is just over the hill folks. But it doesn’t HAVE to start there for you. This could be one of many opportunities presented to you to get started and making the planet a little easier to manage, and maybe even get a little healthier at the same time! So in the spirit of Earth Day month, we wanted to highlight a few products that can maybe get you started! So without further delay….
This interesting little bottle promises to keep your beverage cold for up to 36 hours or more. It’s also vacuum sealed and is built with stainless steel. This way, you can not only have stylish little
bottle to carry around, but also hopefully be encouraged to drink more water and have the benefit of simultaneously cutting down on the use of plastic in the production of water bottles!
This classic, whiskey style of this barrel is a cool looking addition to sport in your rain collection
system. It has a capacity of 50 gallons, is made of Polyethylene and has a flat back to also minimize space! This particular barrel is rotationally molded to hold up against cracking and splitting, so be sure to pick this one up or one similar to it if you’re serious about reusing all that water.
This may seem like a bit of a no brainer. But sometimes we may fall out of the habit of staying
green just like we fall out of exercising. People also sometimes underestimate just how much energy can be saved just by replacing all of the light bulbs at home to energy efficient ones. Online, these come in just about however number of bulbs in a pack that you can think of. Just order enough to supply your entire house and set a reminder when to stock back up!
Out with the old, in with the new. Solar panel are on the rise and are only going to get bigger in
the near future. This is one of the best ways to efficiently power what you need and the systems can be as big as you want them. However, everyone has to start somewhere. The WindyNation 200 watt solar panel kit comes with everything you need to get your start in the solar community. This specific kit is designed for RVs, cabins, boats and so forth but can ultimately just be your starting line to even bigger projects in the future.
What are some of your favorite energy conserving products that you use day to day? Make sure to jump down to the comments and let us know!