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Eco-Friendly Sprinkler

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For those of you who love to garden, but are pressed for time when it comes to the watering process, sprinklers can be very helpful. And there is a way to make a homemade sprinkler with a plastic bottle!! This gives you a chance to reuse your bottles before recycling them.


All you have to do is poke holes in the bottle using a nail, and attach a hose to the nozzle with duct tape. Not only is this a fun way to water the garden; it serves as recreation for kids in the summer.


You can find more information on how reused items can help your garden on Midwest Fiber's Facebook page.



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Guest Friday, 24 May 2019


Recycled paper supplies more than 37% of the raw materials used to make new paper products in the U.S. Without recycling, this material would come from trees. Every ton of newsprint or mixed paper recycled is the equivalent of 12 trees. Every ton of office paper recycled is the equivalent of 24 trees.

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