How to Conduct a Home Energy Audit

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Energy is a precious resource, and wasting it can really take a toll on your monthly utility bill and on the environment. On the flip side, taking the time to locate and address your home’s greatest inefficiencies is one of the best things you can do to ensure the energy you’re buying is being put to good […]

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How to Conduct a Home Energy Audit

This post was originally published on this site

Energy is a precious resource, and wasting it can really take a toll on your monthly utility bill and on the environment. On the flip side, taking the time to locate and address your home’s greatest inefficiencies is one of the best things you can do to ensure the energy you’re buying is being put to good […]

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7 Evidence-Based Reasons to Eat More Asparagus

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Asparagus is low in calories and packed with essential vitamins and minerals. This article uncovers the health benefits of asparagus, supported by science.

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Wishful Recycling Actually Creates More Trash

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What is the biggest problem facing American recycling centers across the country? Good intentions. That’s right, wishful recycling is a major issue, and it’s doing way more harm than good.

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Is Your Cannabis Really ‘Organic’?

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Organics are no longer a fringe part of the food market — they’re even available from the house brands at mainstream grocery stores. But while the farm-to-table movement transforms our food supply, inserting organic practices into cannabis’ ‘seed-to-sale’ model has proved to be tricky for cannabis cultivators. How your food becomes organic (according to the […]

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