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January 12, 2011

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I think recycling cans is a great idea in helping minimize the garbage on Earth. Another way to green living is by using solar panels in your homes to generate electricity. Not only will these help you save on electric bills but these are 90% recyclable too.

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By recycling them, we can help lessen the number of trees that are cut down. Products made from raw materials that came from our natural resources should be recycled so that we can help preserve the environment.

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The rule of thumb in most communities is to put any color of bottle glass together in the recycling bin. Sometimes glass is even thrown in with tin, aluminum and foil.

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