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To save the Environment


To save the Environment


To save the Environment


Turn off lights and electronic devices when you are not using them.

Fix water leaks in the bathroom, kitchen, etc.
A small drip from a worn faucet washer can waste 20 gallons of water per day. Larger leaks can waste hundreds of gallons.
Every time you flush a cigarette butt, facial tissue or other small bit of trash, five to seven gallons of water is wasted.
Put a little food colouring in your toilet tank. If, without flushing, the color begins to appear in the bowl within 30 minutes, you have a leak that should be repaired immediately. Most replacement parts are inexpensive and easy to install.

Rethink Transportation - use public transport whenever possible.
A 20-mile round trip commute to existing public transportation, can reduce his or her annual Carbon dioxide 4,800 pounds per year, equal to a 10% reduction in all greenhouse gases produced by a typical two-adult, two-car household.
By eliminating one car and taking public transportation instead of driving, a savings of up to 30% of carbon dioxide emissions can be realised.


Think ecologically- involve yourself in environment welfare activity such as
Tree plantation, clean-up drive etc.
Did you know that every mature tree can absorb roughly 48 pounds of CO2 a year. The tree in turn releases enough oxygen to sustain two human beings.

Use your own coffee mugs in office instead of using paper cups
The manufacture of paper cups results in significant water pollution which needs 30-50 kg of BOD (Biochemical Oxygen Demand) per cup dumped.
*BOD is the measure of oxygen required by microorganisms to decompose waste products.

Convince customers to use Internet banking facility to save paper.
In USA, 53% of the total population have switched to on-line banking which has prevented the logging off of 16.5 million trees. The percentage is expected to rise by 67%

Use dark color presentations, wall papers and screen savers.
It has been proven that there would be significant energy conservation if the screen colours is black/dark as compared to white / light colors.(a complete black screen consumes 59 watts as compared to a white screen which uses 74 watts )
Discourage open fire to dispose of waste.


Avoid using plastic bags. Try using bags made from cast off clothes.
Plastic bags are difficult and costly to recycle and most end up on landfill sites where they take around 300 years to degrade. They break down into tiny toxic particles that contaminate the soil and waterways and enter the food chain when animals accidentally ingest them