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Six Easy Steps To Become A Green Consumer

There are smaller and inexpensive ways to be good and kind to the environment.

The depleting greenery and its impact on the environment may seem unimportant to most of us, but several years into the future, we shall start realizing how significant was it to conserve the environment and participate in its conservation. Hence, rather than regretting this 20 years later, you can start now to save the environment and one way to do so is to become a green consumer. If every individual does his bit as an individual consumer, we can contribute a lot to the environment. Here are six easy steps, following which you can truly become a green consumer.

Save Energy Consumption Near You

You cannot knock on people’s doors asking them to save more energy. But you sure can conserve as much energy as you can at home and your place of work. Turn off extra lights and other power sources when not in need. Make sure you sit in one room rather than wasting electricity by sitting in different rooms of the house. Make this a daily habit.

Use Green Electricity

Make green a criterion in your life and use as much green electricity as possible. Green electricity often costs less and helps in preventing environmental depletion as it either doesn’t use any electricity or uses very little electricity.

Check Energy Labels

Whenever you purchase new appliances, always remember to check for energy labels on them and only purchase those products that are energy efficient.

Purchase More Solar Products

Solar products utilize energy from the sun and do not require any electricity for functioning. Some examples of solar products are solar heaters, solar geysers, solar bulbs, solar street lights, etc. It is true that these products cost more than traditional products but are more environmentally friendly.

Ditch Bottled Water

Making, shipping and recycling bottled water often lead to a lot of energy consumption. Green experts suggest that bottled water should be avoided, instead, carry around a reusable bottle that can be filled with tap water.

Recycle Used Gadgets

Don’t just dump your old gadgets. The good news is most of your tech devices can be recycled. You just have to take some time to do your research. Be a responsible individual and recycle your old gadgets to save the raw materials that can be repurposed by producing new devices.

Take some time to consider how you consume and ways you can make small changes towards a greener future.

Satavisha

Satavisha hails from the city of joy, Kolkata. She took up writing as my profession amid the pandemic when the world was at a standstill. Here, she acquired a balance between her passion for writing and sharing various ideas and facts through her stories.
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