- 210,000 gallons of human sewage,
- 1 million gallons of gray water (water from sinks, baths, showers, laundry, and galleys),
- 25,000 gallons of oily bilge water,
- Up to 11,550 gallons of sewage sludge, and
- More than 130 gallons of hazardous wastes.
How did I get here and which way is back? I use to do alot of things...make my own yogurt, bake bread, do crafts. Then I had kids and the chaos took off from there. I'm trying to take a step back to a simpler and more natural life, to improve myself and (hopefully) the world around me.
Turning the Clock Back is a site devoted to teaching people to go green, get healthy and simplify their lives one step at a time. So many people feel overwhelmed with choices when it comes to living a more eco-friendly life that they often give up without trying at all. I want people to realize [...]
You’ve probably heard that drip, drip of your leaky faucet at night, right? Have you done anything about it yet? Conserving water saves you money and helps ensure enough of this precious liquid for future generations to come! Check out my article on the SC Johnson Greener Choices blog to find out how to reduce [...]
I absolutely love to garden and have several small beds scattered amongst the landscaping of my yard. I noticed many years ago that the beds that do the best and produce the most veggies for me are the ones planted around my flowering bushes! No matter how much attention you give your garden, you will [...]
Think About This Thursday This morning at breakfast my son asked me “Mom, when are you going to buy plums again?” And I had to explain to him that since summer was turning into fall, plums weren’t in season any more and mommy tries hard to only buy things that are grown in this country. [...]