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  • Household Environmental Calculator - The household environmental calculator shows the energy, water, wastewater, trash, and stormwater runoff usage estimates for your home.
  • Recycled Products - Try to buy products that you can recycle and won't go to waste. Recycling reduces the amount of waste in landfills, saves money, conserves our natural resources and helps maintain a clean and healthy environment.
  • Water Consumption - Spending less time in the shower every day will help reduce water consumption. Also, be mindful of how much water you use in everyday chores such as washing dishes or watering your yard. Every bit makes a difference.
  • Light Bulbs - Switching all or most of your household's light bulbs to low-energy light bulbs will be one great investment. One LED light bulb life can save an average $400 dollars in your electric bill. LED lights last longer by 50,000 hours and only use one-tenth of the energy used in a normal light bulb.
  • Reusable Bags - When going to the grocery store, substitute non-disposable bags made from recycled material to transport your groceries instead of using the store's paper or plastic bags.