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Wednesday, 23 May 2007
Friends of the Earth


I find the vast amounts of litter that are abandoned along our highways depressing.

Anna of Friends of the Earth sent the following environmental tip yesterday:

If you have plenty of old plastic carrier bags, use them as bin liners, drainage systems at the bottom of plant pots and hanging baskets, or instead of bubble wrap when packing. See if your local charity shops would like any surplus bags, and get into the habit of taking a re-useable bag next time you go shopping, to avoid picking up more carriers.

This tip is brought to you by Friends of the Earth.

For more practical advice, competitions, quiz and discussion forums where
you can pick up or suggest other tips see:

Yesterday I also came across an Introduction to Permaculture (hat tip: Rebecca Blood).

Posted by bigblue on 23/05/2007 at 07:05 AM
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