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Learn how to live green!
Our home is very unique, so do your part to protect it!
In Miami-Dade County, we are surrounded with valuable natural resources. Because this is our home, we should do what we can to keep it clean. With our ever-expanding population, the need to conserve our resources becomes greater and greater. There are many things we can all do to preserve our air, water and lands.
What can you do? Well, the products we buy, the amount of water we use and the ways we travel all determine the health of our surroundings.
Using our Environmental Tips you will learn ways to conserve energy and water, reduce the amount of trash you produce, and how you can make environmentally friendly decisions that will help prevent Global Warming. The best part is that many things you do to protect the environment also help save you money on electricity, water, and fuel bills.
Check out the latest version of our Environmental Tips for your home:
- Environmental Tips for your Home (1.3 MB) Español (1 MB)
Businesses make efforts each day to be more profitable by keeping down labor costs, raw materials costs, equipment costs and other operational costs.
Air conditioning typically accounts for 30-40% of your electric bill. Even a moderate reduction in A/C use could save you big bucks!
Learn about the proper chemicals used to maintain a cleaner, healthier and safer household.
Less grass and proper landscaping is more beneficial for trees and plants, the environment and your budget. But if you do have a lawn, follow these simple care tips.
Cars and trucks are the primary source of smog-forming emissions in Miami-Dade County. By taking some simple steps to maintain your car, you can cut your personal contribution to dirty air and save some money too!
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