Ways To Become More Environmentally Friendly In 2018

There is a great deal of focus these days on being more environmentally friendly. Indeed, with more and more advanced gadgets coming out every year, it is both fun and productive to keep an eye out for products that can help us simplify our lives and maximize our eco-friendly lifestyle. Whether you tend to do your shopping at the nearest electronics store, or browsing online, you can probably find a number of brand new ways to implement a conscious lifestyle that will fit around you and your family.

In addition to looking for products that benefit you through organization, entertainment, added efficiency, etc., it is also important to keep an eye out for some of the more responsible gadgets on the market – specifically, those that contribute to environmental efforts. Eco-friendly policies and practices are becoming more popular all over the world, and there are now various fun technological products that help to save energy, preserve resources, and generally contribute to environmentally responsible efforts. Here are a few specific products to be aware of.

Switch to Natural Chemicals for Cleaning

There are loads of alternatives you can use to clean at home that will be healthier for you and the environment. You can get eco-friendly laundry balls for your washing machine/tumble dryer that not only save money but also keep you system from clogging up with detergent too.

Improve Your Water Pressure

Improving your water pressure means more powerful showers, but this doesn’t mean sacrificing your shower’s eco-friendly status. An efficient shower pump will reduce the amount of energy required to heat up your water supply while using less water in the process. Stuart Turner pumps are primarily used for boosting water pressure in a home, as well as improving energy efficiency. For a range of Stuart Turner pumps, click here and see the options available for your property.

The Water Pebble

You’ve probably heard that one of the simplest and most important environmental efforts you can make is reducing water consumption. However, once you’re in the shower it can be hard to tell yourself to stop. The Water Pebble is a small electronic device that is designed to track your shower time and water consumption and alert you when it’s time to get out of the shower. You simply place it near the drain in your shower, and it does the work, communicating to you through lights when it’s time to stop showering.

Battery Chargers

Not long ago, rechargeable batteries were significantly more expensive, and most people didn’t bother. However, battery chargers are more affordable now, and can be used for a wider variety of batteries. When thrown away, used batteries have the potential to release harmful materials into the environment, and can have negative effects on the surrounding eco-systems. Using a battery charger keeps you from having to throw out as many used batteries, negating a large portion of this harmful waste. Plus, it saves you money!

Solar Chargers

If like most people you have at least a couple of electronic gadgets that you use on a day-to-day basis (mobile phone, iPod, etc.) a solar charger could save a great deal of energy. Generally, these chargers are small panels that you can place in a sunny spot, allowing them to absorb energy. You can then attach them to your electronic products to transfer that energy into a usable charge, instead of using a traditional electronic outlet. Solar chargers are very affordable and  are ultimately very responsible accessories for your daily use of electronics.

What changes will you be making this year?


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