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Dumping Used Furniture that Won’t Fit in Your New Home? Recycle Instead!

Responsible waste management is an indispensable part of daily life—perhaps even more so when you're moving homes. If you're not sure what to do with the poster bed that doesn't quite fit into your new cosy abode, or the set of silver chrome bar stools that would stick out like sore thumbs against the rustic decor of your future residence, why no
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Going Green at Home: Reducing Water Usage

10 August 2016 - As we go about our daily lives in Hong Kong, one thing that we take for granted is fresh, clean water. As of 1982, Hong Kong’s water supply has come from three sources: rainwater collected at local reservoirs, imported water from Dongjiang and seawater for toilet flushing. While its water supply has been consistent and abundant o
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Going Green at Home: Food and You

3 August 2016 - In the previous article of this series, we detailed publicly available avenues that Hong Kongers can explore when it comes to recycling. In this article, we continue the theme of living a sustainable lifestyle in HK, outlining the ways in which we can reduce the amount of waste we produce when it comes to food. Food waste is one o
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Going Green at Home: Recycling Electronics

29 July 2016 - To leave an indelible mark upon the lives of others is normally viewed as a noble and fulfilling endeavor. However, the converse is true when it comes to the subject of our carbon footprint. The less of an imprint we make, the larger our positive impact upon the lives of those around us. If you are unaware of ways to reduce your ca
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