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Going green is good for everyone! US Standard Products has eco friendly cleaning products that are better for our planet—why not tackle the April task now?

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I support 'going Green'...however, keep in mind, "Green" product companies are also in it to MAKE MONEY. Many of these things you can MAKE so much cheaper, with what you already have in your home. The investment in time to find them is well worth it.

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Sustainability is about finding fun initiatives that will create a green eco-friendly environment within your workplace We're working on a way to gamify the office experience ( corporate wellness being one of our 5 initiatives) to create a better company culture for offices of all sizes, learn more at www.officevibe.com

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50 ways your home can save the earth - may delude us into thinking this is an adequate reponse.

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Infographic breaks down the cost of living 'green,' and the results (especially for raising kids) are surprising. - Matador Network

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We have 10 tips on how to plan your zero-waste event. Go eco-friendly! #Tips #Eventplanning

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Being eco-friendly and going green in your apartment doesn’t mean that you have to sacrifice your lifestyle and go to extremes to do so. Here are seven easy ways to be more energy-efficient. [Rent.com Blog] #ecofriendly #green

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"The average company savings per full-time teleworking employee is $ 10,000 annually" (it's even more when switching from employees to virtual assistants/professionals) Going green at the office infographic

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