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How can you make your home greener?

By James Brown

With a big emphasis on caring for the environment, living sustainably is becoming a popular way of life for many Australians. Not only can you cut down on your carbon footprint, but you can even help save a bit of money, too There are many benefits to making your Burpengary real estate cleaner and greener. 

Here are some simple ways to make your home a more environmentally-friendly part of your community. 

Temperature moderation

One of the biggest drains for power is heating your home during the winter and keeping it temperate during the summer. Whether its using a heater or a fan, these can have a huge impact on your power bill and overall carbon footprint. 

However, installing insulation is a great way to help moderate the temperature of your home and keep your home comfortable. This way, you can reduce your reliance on appliances – saving money and power in the future. 

Embrace recycling

Another simple way to embrace sustainability is to properly embrace recycling. This means sorting your rubbish and putting all your recyclable goods into a separate container, as well as creating a compost heap for biodegradable food scraps. 

Fortunately, Moreton Bay has a great kerbside recycling programme that provides Burpengary residents with an easy way to take care of their waste. By adopting a couple of sustainable living tips, you can easily contribute to making your community a cleaner, greener place to live. 

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