How to make green projects yourself

Green projects are not only good for the environment and comfortable for your wallet, but could also lead to significant savings on your monthly bills. Spending time working on green projects will raise you up and put you out of the house, and it will provide opportunities to bond with family and friends, while stimulating debate about which part, each of us can play to keep the earth healthy for future generations.

You will need to:
  • Container for composting
  • Rain deposit
  • Solar panels
  • Recycling box
Steps to follow:


Make your leftover food in a compost bin in the backyard. Compost containers are available at local hardware stores. During the preparation of food, keep an empty container, where you can throw away the remains of food such as fruit peels, vegetable peels, and egg shells. Once the container is full, take it out and put it in the compost container. Foods break down over time. Turn the floor every few weeks to minimize possible smells and then mix everything with a pitchfork. The compost becomes a nutrient-rich fertilizer that can spread over garden and grass.


Recycle cans, glass and plastic bottles. By emptying and rinsing soda cans, beer glass bottles, plastic bottles and food containers, and sending them to local recycling facilities, you can help keep local dump sites from filling up. The reuse of these materials also decreases the need to use new ones, which saves a huge amount of energy and raw materials used in their manufacture.


Buy a deposit to collect the rain. Water the lawn and gardens with the hose, spend a lot of water every year and increase the utility bill of your house. Rain barrels collect and store rainwater. With the hose built into the bottom of the barrel, you can relieve the pressure on the water bill by reusing rainwater to hydrate the lawn and garden during hot periods.


Install solar panels. Solar panels convert the energy of the sun's rays into electricity. They are cheap, efficient and easy to get. You can install the solar panels on the roof of your house or place them on the post of your backyard, in this way, the electricity is transmitted to a vacuum circuit breaker in the electrical panel of your house. The excess electricity generated by the panels, in many areas can be sold to the electricity company, generating large savings in the utility bill of your home.