Pollution Essay Wikihow

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    Recycle, recycle, recycle. Some cities already require people to sort their trash into paper, metals, glass, and organic waste. Even if your city doesn't, you can launch a growing trend. Set up four separate waste baskets, and make sure the contents end up in the appropriate recycle bins.

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    Avoid rinsing before using the dishwasher. If you skip rinsing your dishes before putting them in the dishwasher, you can save gallons of water. You can also save time -The time it takes for the water to heat up, and the energy it consumes.

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    Use cold water for the washer, and only wash clothes when you have a full load. Instead of using hot water all the time, use cold water. In fact, use cold water at any available opportunity. It saves a ton of energy.

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    Air dry your dishes. Stop the dishwasher before the dryer cycle commences. Leave the door slightly ajar (or more open if you have the space) and let the dishes air-dry. The drying cycle of the dishwasher consumes a lot of energy.

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    Avoid Creating Trash. Avoid disposable products, such as plates, cups, napkins and cutlery. Use reusable towels and dishwashing cloths in place of paper towels and disposable dish sponges.

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    Update your refrigerator. Fridges are the most energy intensive appliance in a house. This means that a poorly maintained and energy inefficient fridge is costing you money, let alone adding its burden to the atmosphere. Recent fridges use 40% less energy than fridges of 10 years ago. If you do decide to upgrade the fridge, make sure that you buy for its excellent energy rating, longevity and durability and that you have the old fridge recycled.

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    Change what you eat to help your lungs withstand the effects of air pollutants. Some studies have been conducted that indicate certain vitamin-rich foods can help your body to be more resilient. These changes in diet pose no increased risk for other diseases, and they may protect against cancers.

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    Increase your consumption of foods rich in Vitamin A and beta-carotene. These nutrients assist the formation and maintenance of mucous membranes that line the nasal passages and intestinal tract, making them more resistant to infection. Good sources include margarine, butter, sweet potatoes, carrots and liver.

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    Eat foods rich in Vitamin C. This vitamin helps to form connecting substances and strengthens blood vessels, helping you to heal faster. Good sources include oranges, strawberries, mango, grapefruit, broccoli and papaya.

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    Get plenty of Vitamin E in your diet. This nutrient protects against cell damage, increases the oxygen supply to cells and thus, strengthens the immune system. Try leafy green vegetables, whole grain cereal, egg yolks, butter and vegetable oils.

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    Improve the selenium content of your diet. Selenium protects against free-radical damage to the liver and lungs that can lead to cancer. Eat eggs, onions, garlic, whole grains and fish.

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