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We strive to help educate people, agencies, groups and institutions on conservation issues and help guide them towards influencing businesses to become more environmentally conscious. It is our objective to match consumers with "green" companies that meet their requirements and environmental expectations.

Daily Green Tip

In The Bathroom - Brushing Your Teeth
Always turn off the tap while brushing your teeth. An alarming amount of water is wasted every year by people who leave the water running while brushing. By making sure to only use the tap when necessary, the average person can save up to 5 gallons of water every day. If every American started conserving water while brushing their teeth, it could potentially save up to 1.5 billion gallons of water per day. That’s more than the entire city of New York uses in one day. When you do need to run the tap (such as when wetting your toothbrush or when rinsing it off), only a small amount of water pressure is needed. Don’t run the tap “full blast”. A good way to consistently regulate the amount of water you use is to fill up a small cup, one which you can dip your toothbrush in initially and then use to rinse your mouth out, and then leave enough to also rinse your toothbrush.