Your house is probably full of items you never use and likely won’t use in your new home. Instead of bringing them or throwing them out, find eco-friendly ways of unloading yourself of these things.
Lighten Your Load in a Green Way
Posted by Adam Mandelbaum on January 11, 2010
Your house is probably full of items you never use and likely won’t use in your new home. Instead of bringing them with you or throwing them out, find responsible ways of unloading yourself of these things. When you get ready for your move, you are bound to find many things...
Eco-Friendly Moving and Storage Tips
Posted by Michael E Fromm on December 12, 2018
There are a number of things to do before you move that don't require much effort on your part other than an environmentally conscious mindset. Not sure how to move while staying green? Below are some easy-to-follow options and tips to make your relocation seamless and...
Posted by Sean McClain on January 11, 2010
When packing, you’re going to need a lot of boxes, newspaper, bubble wrap, etc. – all of which can further stress the environment. Be a little more green by using recycled materials or biodegradable alternatives. Boxes, packing tape, bubble wrap, foam packing...
Hiring a Green Moving Company
Posted by Patrick Hanan on January 11, 2010
If you want to go green during your move, find a moving company that shares your love of the environment. Ask any potential mover if their trucks use biodiesel, and find out what other green methods they implement. If you're looking to reduce the carbon footprint left by your...
Top 10 Cities for Lowest Energy Usage
Posted by Staff Writer on October 5, 2018
The United States is the second-largest consumer of energy in the world. According to the US Energy Information Administration, in 2017, the primary energy consumption in the US totaled to about 97.7 quadrillion British thermal units (BTU). Using low amounts of energy helps the...