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- Use detergents (cleaners and washers) that cause as little damage to the environment as possible:

    >> Buy detergents with eco-labels.

    >> Use biodegradable products.

    >> Buy washing powders that contain as little phosphates as possible.

    >> Avoid caustic products when cleaning the toilet, they are dangerous to the environment (vinegar is sufficient when washing the toilet).

    >> do not pour toxic substances into the sink or any water duct or sewer.

- Use refillable containers for example: for washing liquid

- Do not throw thrash into the toilet.

- Buy toilet paper made from recycled paper.

- Buy cosmetics, whose containers had been made of recycled material, and which aren't tested on animals (label with a bunny).

- Save water:
    >> If you can, use the shower, instead of washing in the bathtub (with the shower you use about 15-30 l of water, in the bathtub 100l and more).

    >> Install a special shower attachment (water flow regulator), so that you use less water.

    >> Turn off the tap and stop all leaks (60-80 drops a minute means losing 20-25l of water a day).

    >> Make sure that your toilet isn't leaky (a stream 5 mm in width means losing 300-500 l a day).

    >> Do not wash using running water.

    >> While brushing your teeth, use a water cup and never use running water while shaving.

    >> You can install a system in your toilet, so you have a choice between flushing with a small and a large amount of water (depending on your needs :) ) this way you can save a real lot of water.

    >> Install a water meter in your house - so you could also save money, and not only water

    >> Remember to wash only full load in the washing machine, and soak your clothes rather than using preliminary wash
- Save energy:
    >> Use power-saving light bulbs.

    >> When buying a washing machine check for a label that says the product is power-saving.

    >> Use the washing machine in such a way that it uses as little power as possible.